Three Women Beat Wrong Man Senseless Over Wolf-whistle
Aug 21, 2009 16:55
Beware of who you wolf-whistle at or you could fall victim to vicious, drunk women who are not afraid to beat you senseless.
Like what happened to poor Richard Taliby, 22, who was attacked by three drunk women who wrongly believed that he had wolf-whistled at them.
Taliby was with friends in Lincolnshire in the UK when one of them whistled at a woman who was dancing next to a window. This enraged Vanessa Delaney, 38, Claire Edwards, 25 and Sally Pawson, 24 who chased and viciously assaulted the man they thought to be responsible.
During the attack, the three women screamed,"All men are stupid!" All three admitted to be drunk at the point of attack and were handed three-month suspended terms and ordered to pay £95 in compensation and costs.
Well, it sounds like it was just a bad case of being at the wrong place, at the wrong time for Richard Taliby!
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