Woman attacked while walking her dog

A WOMAN is in hospital today after being attacked as she walked her dog.

The 38-year-old was near the junction of Townhill Way and Lambourne Road in Southampton when her pet ran over towards two men.

Police say the woman was then left with injuries after being assaulted. She is currently being treated at Southampton General Hospital.

The incident happened between 3am and 3.30am today.

PC Toru Tsuzaki, from the Eastleigh District CID, said: “Our investigations are still in the early stages and we are conducting a range of enquiries to establish the exact circumstances of what has happened.

“The woman was out walking her dog when it appears she has been assaulted following an altercation with two men.

“Were you in the area at the time? Did you see anything? Have you heard anything that could help us with our investigation? If so, please get in touch.”

Witnesses should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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3:55pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Queen Victoria says...

scum of the earth out again,probably would have been a totally different outcome if the idiots had been out on their own.Shame shame shame on them.
scum of the earth out again,probably would have been a totally different outcome if the idiots had been out on their own.Shame shame shame on them. Queen Victoria

5:06pm Sat 12 Jan 13

mickey01 says...

i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning mickey01

5:55pm Sat 12 Jan 13

downfader says...

mickey01 wrote:
i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
A few dogwalkers do go out at those times. Some will be on night shifts and still want to spend time with their pets, others might have had bad experiences with some of the chavs and their dogs.
[quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]A few dogwalkers do go out at those times. Some will be on night shifts and still want to spend time with their pets, others might have had bad experiences with some of the chavs and their dogs. downfader

6:08pm Sat 12 Jan 13

Turtlebay says...

Why wasn't the dog on a lead in a public place?
Why wasn't the dog on a lead in a public place? Turtlebay

6:37pm Sat 12 Jan 13

bazzeroz says...

Turtlebay wrote:
Why wasn't the dog on a lead in a public place?
It may then have been her saviour. An owner getting attacked and the dog would invariably protect the owner.
[quote][p][bold]Turtlebay[/bold] wrote: Why wasn't the dog on a lead in a public place?[/p][/quote]It may then have been her saviour. An owner getting attacked and the dog would invariably protect the owner. bazzeroz

7:17pm Sat 12 Jan 13

mickeyrourke1 says...

Obviously not a guard dog !
Obviously not a guard dog ! mickeyrourke1

7:18pm Sat 12 Jan 13

mickeyrourke1 says...

Obviously not a guard dog !
Obviously not a guard dog ! mickeyrourke1

8:13pm Sat 12 Jan 13

downfader says...

Turtlebay wrote:
Why wasn't the dog on a lead in a public place?
I had to check google maps to remember.. there's a lot of open green around that way. Might have been playing fetch etc to exercise the dog.
[quote][p][bold]Turtlebay[/bold] wrote: Why wasn't the dog on a lead in a public place?[/p][/quote]I had to check google maps to remember.. there's a lot of open green around that way. Might have been playing fetch etc to exercise the dog. downfader

8:47pm Sat 12 Jan 13

derek james says...

i don't know why it is not a law to keep a dog on a lead at all times in public, it would save a lot of attacks and maybe incidents like this, not everyone likes dogs, i speak as a dog owner
i don't know why it is not a law to keep a dog on a lead at all times in public, it would save a lot of attacks and maybe incidents like this, not everyone likes dogs, i speak as a dog owner derek james

8:58pm Sat 12 Jan 13

peter sowerby says...

mickey01 wrote:
i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
[quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time. peter sowerby

9:07pm Sat 12 Jan 13

arthur boutfaith says...

peter sowerby wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
Lunatic.
[quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.[/p][/quote]Lunatic. arthur boutfaith

9:43pm Sat 12 Jan 13

wizard says...

peter sowerby wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here!
[quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.[/p][/quote]Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here! wizard

11:05pm Sat 12 Jan 13

J.P.M says...

WELL - that loony ended that thread......
WELL - that loony ended that thread...... J.P.M

11:40pm Sat 12 Jan 13

sotonlad28 says...

Turtlebay wrote:
Why wasn't the dog on a lead in a public place?

This article is refering that the dog ran over to them, the dog WAS on a lead, they came past the dog being a friendly dog wanted to say hello as it always does!, some people dont like that ( thats fine) there is no acceptable reason to stab someone & yes the article leaves that out!,

they are SCUM who need locking up!
Turtlebay wrote: Why wasn't the dog on a lead in a public place? This article is refering that the dog ran over to them, the dog WAS on a lead, they came past the dog being a friendly dog wanted to say hello as it always does!, some people dont like that ( thats fine) there is no acceptable reason to stab someone & yes the article leaves that out!, they are SCUM who need locking up! sotonlad28

11:46pm Sat 12 Jan 13

sotonlad28 says...

derek james says...
8:47pm Sat 12 Jan 13

i don't know why it is not a law to keep a dog on a lead at all times in public, it would save a lot of attacks and maybe incidents like this, not everyone likes dogs, i speak as a dog owner”

The Dog WAS on a lead! as a matter of fact so hows that gonna stop incident like this!, your assuming things about the victim instead of condeming the scum who did this!, anyhow even if it wasn't on a lead just cauz some people don't like dogs does that give them the right to stab people!, think before you coment on stuff you know notyhing about!
derek james says... 8:47pm Sat 12 Jan 13 i don't know why it is not a law to keep a dog on a lead at all times in public, it would save a lot of attacks and maybe incidents like this, not everyone likes dogs, i speak as a dog owner” The Dog WAS on a lead! as a matter of fact so hows that gonna stop incident like this!, your assuming things about the victim instead of condeming the scum who did this!, anyhow even if it wasn't on a lead just cauz some people don't like dogs does that give them the right to stab people!, think before you coment on stuff you know notyhing about! sotonlad28

12:11am Sun 13 Jan 13

peter sowerby says...

wizard wrote:
peter sowerby wrote:
mickey01 wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here!
Lunatic am I to wear a stab vest ?then thousands of Southampton police men and women security guards doormen, bouncers, night ambulance men will join me in the asylum. Listen the vests are not those old great bulky body armour one's look on ebay they are light and thin you can wear them under your shirt or blouse. I challenge you to walk through Southampton common with me after midnight I bet we get jumped or attacked within an hour. It is quite frightening as a man doing it alone, and I can't imagine what this poor lady went through.
[quote][p][bold]wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.[/p][/quote]Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here![/p][/quote]Lunatic am I to wear a stab vest ?then thousands of Southampton police men and women security guards doormen, bouncers, night ambulance men will join me in the asylum. Listen the vests are not those old great bulky body armour one's look on ebay they are light and thin you can wear them under your shirt or blouse. I challenge you to walk through Southampton common with me after midnight I bet we get jumped or attacked within an hour. It is quite frightening as a man doing it alone, and I can't imagine what this poor lady went through. peter sowerby

12:19am Sun 13 Jan 13

peter sowerby says...

J.P.M wrote:
WELL - that loony ended that thread......
Join me in the asylum you will be safer with me. Open your eyes walk around our city late at night and see how long you last.
[quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: WELL - that loony ended that thread......[/p][/quote]Join me in the asylum you will be safer with me. Open your eyes walk around our city late at night and see how long you last. peter sowerby

1:22am Sun 13 Jan 13

boobooj says...

Daily Echo, can you please consider being more selective in your choice of stories you open up for comments? This is obviously an unpleasant incident, yet your lack of information renders the need for commentary on the subject somewhat negligible. All you have done with this story - and others like it - is allow commenters to undermine a crime by posting trollish, misinformed, irrelevant and speculative comments. A little consideration before throwing up these little half-articles would leave you looking more professional and less like a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks.
Daily Echo, can you please consider being more selective in your choice of stories you open up for comments? This is obviously an unpleasant incident, yet your lack of information renders the need for commentary on the subject somewhat negligible. All you have done with this story - and others like it - is allow commenters to undermine a crime by posting trollish, misinformed, irrelevant and speculative comments. A little consideration before throwing up these little half-articles would leave you looking more professional and less like a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks. boobooj

6:32am Sun 13 Jan 13

Pikey-Biker says...

Daily Echo I appreciate the opportunity to make comments on many varied topics, whatever they may be about.
Whilst some comments are made that I or others may or may not agree with, but it’s a public forum which is appreciated by many contributors.
If you don’t like particular comments we all 2 options reply to them or ignore them and move on, if all the ‘sensitive’ topics were removed from this website it would be a less interesting website in my opinion
Daily Echo I appreciate the opportunity to make comments on many varied topics, whatever they may be about. Whilst some comments are made that I or others may or may not agree with, but it’s a public forum which is appreciated by many contributors. If you don’t like particular comments we all 2 options reply to them or ignore them and move on, if all the ‘sensitive’ topics were removed from this website it would be a less interesting website in my opinion Pikey-Biker

9:50am Sun 13 Jan 13

Woolston woman Jane says...

boobooj wrote:
Daily Echo, can you please consider being more selective in your choice of stories you open up for comments? This is obviously an unpleasant incident, yet your lack of information renders the need for commentary on the subject somewhat negligible. All you have done with this story - and others like it - is allow commenters to undermine a crime by posting trollish, misinformed, irrelevant and speculative comments. A little consideration before throwing up these little half-articles would leave you looking more professional and less like a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks.
Hear hear. Unfortunately, for me the Daily Echo will always appear unprofessional and run by a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks who make the Daily Mail look like the New Statesman.I wish I could cure myself of the shocking habit of reading it. If I have to have a bad habit,it might be better for my health if I started mainlining heroin instead.
[quote][p][bold]boobooj[/bold] wrote: Daily Echo, can you please consider being more selective in your choice of stories you open up for comments? This is obviously an unpleasant incident, yet your lack of information renders the need for commentary on the subject somewhat negligible. All you have done with this story - and others like it - is allow commenters to undermine a crime by posting trollish, misinformed, irrelevant and speculative comments. A little consideration before throwing up these little half-articles would leave you looking more professional and less like a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks.[/p][/quote]Hear hear. Unfortunately, for me the Daily Echo will always appear unprofessional and run by a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks who make the Daily Mail look like the New Statesman.I wish I could cure myself of the shocking habit of reading it. If I have to have a bad habit,it might be better for my health if I started mainlining heroin instead. Woolston woman Jane

10:44am Sun 13 Jan 13

peter sowerby says...

boobooj wrote:
Daily Echo, can you please consider being more selective in your choice of stories you open up for comments? This is obviously an unpleasant incident, yet your lack of information renders the need for commentary on the subject somewhat negligible. All you have done with this story - and others like it - is allow commenters to undermine a crime by posting trollish, misinformed, irrelevant and speculative comments. A little consideration before throwing up these little half-articles would leave you looking more professional and less like a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks.
Please all writers ,plebs uncouths dont let comments like this stop you from contributing your veiws to the Echo. They will start slandering insulting you picking you up for spelling and grammer errors to shut you down from speaking out.
It fact, they are worse than the thugs ,that inhabit the city parks at night, and are no more than self styled intellectual bullys. Keep it up Echo letting the people speak as you have always done.
[quote][p][bold]boobooj[/bold] wrote: Daily Echo, can you please consider being more selective in your choice of stories you open up for comments? This is obviously an unpleasant incident, yet your lack of information renders the need for commentary on the subject somewhat negligible. All you have done with this story - and others like it - is allow commenters to undermine a crime by posting trollish, misinformed, irrelevant and speculative comments. A little consideration before throwing up these little half-articles would leave you looking more professional and less like a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks.[/p][/quote]Please all writers ,plebs uncouths dont let comments like this stop you from contributing your veiws to the Echo. They will start slandering insulting you picking you up for spelling and grammer errors to shut you down from speaking out. It fact, they are worse than the thugs ,that inhabit the city parks at night, and are no more than self styled intellectual bullys. Keep it up Echo letting the people speak as you have always done. peter sowerby

10:54am Sun 13 Jan 13

gazcar40 says...

What was she doing walking her dog at 3am?? She put herself at risk to walk the dog?? I am not saying she did not have the right to walk her dog at that time but there are people returning home from clubs, bars, parties, etc in all states of innebriation and some looking for trouble.
What was she doing walking her dog at 3am?? She put herself at risk to walk the dog?? I am not saying she did not have the right to walk her dog at that time but there are people returning home from clubs, bars, parties, etc in all states of innebriation and some looking for trouble. gazcar40

10:57am Sun 13 Jan 13

gazcar40 says...

wizard wrote:
peter sowerby wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here!
Dellusionist !
[quote][p][bold]wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.[/p][/quote]Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here![/p][/quote]Dellusionist ! gazcar40

10:58am Sun 13 Jan 13

elvisimo says...

peter sowerby wrote:
wizard wrote:
peter sowerby wrote:
mickey01 wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here!
Lunatic am I to wear a stab vest ?then thousands of Southampton police men and women security guards doormen, bouncers, night ambulance men will join me in the asylum. Listen the vests are not those old great bulky body armour one's look on ebay they are light and thin you can wear them under your shirt or blouse. I challenge you to walk through Southampton common with me after midnight I bet we get jumped or attacked within an hour. It is quite frightening as a man doing it alone, and I can't imagine what this poor lady went through.
I have not laughed so much in ages. Please keep them coming.
I am considering buying a suit of armour
[quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.[/p][/quote]Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here![/p][/quote]Lunatic am I to wear a stab vest ?then thousands of Southampton police men and women security guards doormen, bouncers, night ambulance men will join me in the asylum. Listen the vests are not those old great bulky body armour one's look on ebay they are light and thin you can wear them under your shirt or blouse. I challenge you to walk through Southampton common with me after midnight I bet we get jumped or attacked within an hour. It is quite frightening as a man doing it alone, and I can't imagine what this poor lady went through.[/p][/quote]I have not laughed so much in ages. Please keep them coming. I am considering buying a suit of armour elvisimo

11:01am Sun 13 Jan 13

gazcar40 says...

peter sowerby wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
You do what you need to do to remain safe and ignore all these negative comments. You are not hurting anyone and it is no one elses business.
[quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.[/p][/quote]You do what you need to do to remain safe and ignore all these negative comments. You are not hurting anyone and it is no one elses business. gazcar40

11:04am Sun 13 Jan 13

mickey01 says...

Woolston woman Jane wrote:
boobooj wrote:
Daily Echo, can you please consider being more selective in your choice of stories you open up for comments? This is obviously an unpleasant incident, yet your lack of information renders the need for commentary on the subject somewhat negligible. All you have done with this story - and others like it - is allow commenters to undermine a crime by posting trollish, misinformed, irrelevant and speculative comments. A little consideration before throwing up these little half-articles would leave you looking more professional and less like a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks.
Hear hear. Unfortunately, for me the Daily Echo will always appear unprofessional and run by a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks who make the Daily Mail look like the New Statesman.I wish I could cure myself of the shocking habit of reading it. If I have to have a bad habit,it might be better for my health if I started mainlining heroin instead.
treat it like t v jane if you dont like the programme switch over and watch (or read) something else !!!
[quote][p][bold]Woolston woman Jane[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boobooj[/bold] wrote: Daily Echo, can you please consider being more selective in your choice of stories you open up for comments? This is obviously an unpleasant incident, yet your lack of information renders the need for commentary on the subject somewhat negligible. All you have done with this story - and others like it - is allow commenters to undermine a crime by posting trollish, misinformed, irrelevant and speculative comments. A little consideration before throwing up these little half-articles would leave you looking more professional and less like a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks.[/p][/quote]Hear hear. Unfortunately, for me the Daily Echo will always appear unprofessional and run by a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks who make the Daily Mail look like the New Statesman.I wish I could cure myself of the shocking habit of reading it. If I have to have a bad habit,it might be better for my health if I started mainlining heroin instead.[/p][/quote]treat it like t v jane if you dont like the programme switch over and watch (or read) something else !!! mickey01

11:48am Sun 13 Jan 13

100%HANTSBOY says...

peter sowerby wrote:
boobooj wrote:
Daily Echo, can you please consider being more selective in your choice of stories you open up for comments? This is obviously an unpleasant incident, yet your lack of information renders the need for commentary on the subject somewhat negligible. All you have done with this story - and others like it - is allow commenters to undermine a crime by posting trollish, misinformed, irrelevant and speculative comments. A little consideration before throwing up these little half-articles would leave you looking more professional and less like a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks.
Please all writers ,plebs uncouths dont let comments like this stop you from contributing your veiws to the Echo. They will start slandering insulting you picking you up for spelling and grammer errors to shut you down from speaking out.
It fact, they are worse than the thugs ,that inhabit the city parks at night, and are no more than self styled intellectual bullys. Keep it up Echo letting the people speak as you have always done.
Totally agree Peter,oh,by the way it's bullies not "bullys" ! ; )
[quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boobooj[/bold] wrote: Daily Echo, can you please consider being more selective in your choice of stories you open up for comments? This is obviously an unpleasant incident, yet your lack of information renders the need for commentary on the subject somewhat negligible. All you have done with this story - and others like it - is allow commenters to undermine a crime by posting trollish, misinformed, irrelevant and speculative comments. A little consideration before throwing up these little half-articles would leave you looking more professional and less like a bunch of amateur tabloid hacks.[/p][/quote]Please all writers ,plebs uncouths dont let comments like this stop you from contributing your veiws to the Echo. They will start slandering insulting you picking you up for spelling and grammer errors to shut you down from speaking out. It fact, they are worse than the thugs ,that inhabit the city parks at night, and are no more than self styled intellectual bullys. Keep it up Echo letting the people speak as you have always done.[/p][/quote]Totally agree Peter,oh,by the way it's bullies not "bullys" ! ; ) 100%HANTSBOY

1:04pm Sun 13 Jan 13

peter sowerby says...

Is that spelt with a B Sorry I was trying to be polite to them.
Is that spelt with a B Sorry I was trying to be polite to them. peter sowerby

1:15pm Sun 13 Jan 13

peter sowerby says...

elvisimo wrote:
peter sowerby wrote:
wizard wrote:
peter sowerby wrote:
mickey01 wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here!
Lunatic am I to wear a stab vest ?then thousands of Southampton police men and women security guards doormen, bouncers, night ambulance men will join me in the asylum. Listen the vests are not those old great bulky body armour one's look on ebay they are light and thin you can wear them under your shirt or blouse. I challenge you to walk through Southampton common with me after midnight I bet we get jumped or attacked within an hour. It is quite frightening as a man doing it alone, and I can't imagine what this poor lady went through.
I have not laughed so much in ages. Please keep them coming. I am considering buying a suit of armour
You can get one on ebay for £650 its no good for fighting thugs in the park as movement is very restricted and you can be easily attacked from the back and needing two people to get you back on your feet. Hey we are talking about a woman being seriously attacked in the park its not a funny matter. A stab vest may have given her some protection.









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[quote][p][bold]elvisimo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.[/p][/quote]Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here![/p][/quote]Lunatic am I to wear a stab vest ?then thousands of Southampton police men and women security guards doormen, bouncers, night ambulance men will join me in the asylum. Listen the vests are not those old great bulky body armour one's look on ebay they are light and thin you can wear them under your shirt or blouse. I challenge you to walk through Southampton common with me after midnight I bet we get jumped or attacked within an hour. It is quite frightening as a man doing it alone, and I can't imagine what this poor lady went through.[/p][/quote]I have not laughed so much in ages. Please keep them coming. I am considering buying a suit of armour[/p][/quote]You can get one on ebay for £650 its no good for fighting thugs in the park as movement is very restricted and you can be easily attacked from the back and needing two people to get you back on your feet. Hey we are talking about a woman being seriously attacked in the park its not a funny matter. A stab vest may have given her some protection. 3 peter sowerby

1:27pm Sun 13 Jan 13

peter sowerby says...

gazcar40 wrote:
What was she doing walking her dog at 3am?? She put herself at risk to walk the dog?? I am not saying she did not have the right to walk her dog at that time but there are people returning home from clubs, bars, parties, etc in all states of innebriation and some looking for trouble.
Do you think thugs should be allowed to roam our city parks at night assaulting people?We southampton people have the right to walk our streets and parks without fear at any time day or night, Its our city and I will walk anywhere I Iike in public places.
[quote][p][bold]gazcar40[/bold] wrote: What was she doing walking her dog at 3am?? She put herself at risk to walk the dog?? I am not saying she did not have the right to walk her dog at that time but there are people returning home from clubs, bars, parties, etc in all states of innebriation and some looking for trouble.[/p][/quote]Do you think thugs should be allowed to roam our city parks at night assaulting people?We southampton people have the right to walk our streets and parks without fear at any time day or night, Its our city and I will walk anywhere I Iike in public places. peter sowerby

2:36pm Sun 13 Jan 13

Sholing resident says...

Please all reread the article: a woman was attacked and surely that is all that matters. She surely cannot be blamed for what happened to her and surely no excuses should be made for the two men who did this to her. Please consider the fact she is in hospital injured whilst these two are freely wandering the streets, looking for an excuse to hurt someone else. Instead of bickering over leads and stab vests, say a prayer for her family and her and hope she is ok. The article is depressing enough in that our streets are dangerous but some of your comments are almost equally sickening! I just hope the victim doesn't ever read them!
Please all reread the article: a woman was attacked and surely that is all that matters. She surely cannot be blamed for what happened to her and surely no excuses should be made for the two men who did this to her. Please consider the fact she is in hospital injured whilst these two are freely wandering the streets, looking for an excuse to hurt someone else. Instead of bickering over leads and stab vests, say a prayer for her family and her and hope she is ok. The article is depressing enough in that our streets are dangerous but some of your comments are almost equally sickening! I just hope the victim doesn't ever read them! Sholing resident

6:32pm Sun 13 Jan 13

bigal007 says...

mickey01 wrote:
i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
hmm im 39 and i would not me thinks there more to this than meets the eye
[quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]hmm im 39 and i would not me thinks there more to this than meets the eye bigal007

6:36pm Sun 13 Jan 13

bigal007 says...

peter sowerby wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
nuts!!
[quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.[/p][/quote]nuts!! bigal007

6:42pm Sun 13 Jan 13

bigal007 says...

peter sowerby wrote:
wizard wrote:
peter sowerby wrote:
mickey01 wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here!
Lunatic am I to wear a stab vest ?then thousands of Southampton police men and women security guards doormen, bouncers, night ambulance men will join me in the asylum. Listen the vests are not those old great bulky body armour one's look on ebay they are light and thin you can wear them under your shirt or blouse. I challenge you to walk through Southampton common with me after midnight I bet we get jumped or attacked within an hour. It is quite frightening as a man doing it alone, and I can't imagine what this poor lady went through.
ye i bet you would stab me in the bum on the common at that time of night i give that miss !!

why would u want to be on the common that time of night hedgehog spotting!!
[quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.[/p][/quote]Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here![/p][/quote]Lunatic am I to wear a stab vest ?then thousands of Southampton police men and women security guards doormen, bouncers, night ambulance men will join me in the asylum. Listen the vests are not those old great bulky body armour one's look on ebay they are light and thin you can wear them under your shirt or blouse. I challenge you to walk through Southampton common with me after midnight I bet we get jumped or attacked within an hour. It is quite frightening as a man doing it alone, and I can't imagine what this poor lady went through.[/p][/quote]ye i bet you would stab me in the bum on the common at that time of night i give that miss !! why would u want to be on the common that time of night hedgehog spotting!! bigal007

6:46pm Sun 13 Jan 13

bigal007 says...

gazcar40 wrote:
wizard wrote:
peter sowerby wrote:
mickey01 wrote:
i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here!
Dellusionist !
lol!!
[quote][p][bold]gazcar40[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.[/p][/quote]Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here![/p][/quote]Dellusionist ![/p][/quote]lol!! bigal007

9:53pm Sun 13 Jan 13

peter sowerby says...

bigal007 wrote:
gazcar40 wrote:
wizard wrote:
peter sowerby wrote:
mickey01 wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning
I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.
Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here!
Dellusionist !
lol!!
Its worrying you think everybody wearing a stab vest is a mental dellusionist is that inculuding the police, security guards, ambulance men and some places firemen?Still It would make my asylum very safe place for me.A few years ago I come across two punks painting the graffiti slogan"NO FEAR" on my back fence I told them I totally agreed with them now f**** off they ran away, didn't need my sab vest but I may have.
[quote][p][bold]bigal007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gazcar40[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wizard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peter sowerby[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey01[/bold] wrote: i am a man of 52 and even i wouldnt go out with my dog at that time of the morning[/p][/quote]I have been called a lunatic for wearing a stab proof vest while walking a dog on the common at night. Vests are standard issue for all police officers on duty, are they all mentally unstable like me.Police surplus stab vests can be bought on the internet for as little as £25 to £40.I have a lightweight american one purchased in new york where thousands of american night dog walkers wear them.PS This is my city and country I Iive here and will walk anywhere like at any time.[/p][/quote]Eh! paranoid dillusionist springs to mind, maybe the dog attacked the guys, just saying! seriously wearing a stab vest! if my life in southampton come to that im outta here![/p][/quote]Dellusionist ![/p][/quote]lol!![/p][/quote]Its worrying you think everybody wearing a stab vest is a mental dellusionist is that inculuding the police, security guards, ambulance men and some places firemen?Still It would make my asylum very safe place for me.A few years ago I come across two punks painting the graffiti slogan"NO FEAR" on my back fence I told them I totally agreed with them now f**** off they ran away, didn't need my sab vest but I may have. peter sowerby

6:34am Mon 14 Jan 13

bigal007 says...

batman !!
batman !! bigal007

8:58am Mon 14 Jan 13

peter sowerby says...

Great news today for us lunitic stab vest wearers the council has cut down all the shrubs and flowers in the parks because thats where all the drug dealers and muggers hide out. Hang on a minute thats why go to the park in the first place to enjoy the flowers and wildlife. Sorry the fog of my plebness has decended on me again, got to log out.
Great news today for us lunitic stab vest wearers the council has cut down all the shrubs and flowers in the parks because thats where all the drug dealers and muggers hide out. Hang on a minute thats why go to the park in the first place to enjoy the flowers and wildlife. Sorry the fog of my plebness has decended on me again, got to log out. peter sowerby

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