Woman victim of serious sex attack after leaving The Edge nightclub in St Marys

Hunt for man in black sex attacker

Hunt for man in black sex attacker

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A HUNT has been launched for a man in black who subjected a woman to a serious sexual assault after she left a Southampton nightclub.

The 23-year-old victim was walking along a dual carriageway in the St Mary’s area of the city when she was assaulted in the early hours of yesterday.

Last night police refused to confirm the extent of the attack, saying they were still talking to the woman to establish exactly what happened.

Daily Echo:

Detectives spent most of yesterday carrying out house-to-house inquiries in the hope of tracing any witnesses.

The assault took place in St Andrew’s Road, which links Six Dials with the Charlotte Place roundabout and is only yards from the city’s nightclub district.

The road runs between Southampton Solent University and the Southampton Medina Mosque, which is opposite a large area of wasteland.

Detectives are likely to examine footage from CCTV cameras at the mosque in case the woman’s assailant was caught on camera.

They are also hoping to hear from anyone who was walking or driving home at the time of the incident and saw something suspicious.

People living in St Andrew’s Road spoke of their shock after learning of the incident.

Suneel Kumar, 33, who has lived in the area for about six months, said: “I was awake until 2am yesterday but didn’t see or hear anything.

“Two police officers knocked on my door at 12.15pm and said there had been a sexual assault in the street but didn’t give an exact location. I was shocked. This is normally a fairly quiet part of Southampton.”

But a man visiting his elderly mother disagreed, saying: “It’s the area. It never used to be like this.”

The attack took place between 2.30am and 3.30am.

The victim had left her friends at the Edge nightclub in Compton Walk and was walking alone when she was confronted by her assailant.

Detective Inspector Jim Park, heading the investigation, said speciallytrained officers were working with the woman to establish what happened.

He stressed that detectives were anxious to hear from anyone who was in the St Andrew’s Road area in the early hours of yesterday and heard or saw something suspicious.

The woman’s attacker is described as black. He was wearing a black cap, black gloves, tracksuit trousers and a black shirt.

Ring Southampton CID on 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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7:16am Mon 12 May 14

userds5050 says...

"Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear.
"Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear. userds5050
  • Score: 2

8:44am Mon 12 May 14

sarfhamton says...

userds5050 wrote:
"Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear.
The man's ethnic origin and appearance is vitally important in catching him, it needs to be in the text.

However having this in the headline seems a bit sensationalist and will no doubt bring out the trolls.
[quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: "Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear.[/p][/quote]The man's ethnic origin and appearance is vitally important in catching him, it needs to be in the text. However having this in the headline seems a bit sensationalist and will no doubt bring out the trolls. sarfhamton
  • Score: -5

8:55am Mon 12 May 14

bigfella777 says...

He was dressed all in black and he was an IC3 male if it makes it any more palatable, come on this is horrific, imagine if it was one of your family.
Much sympathy for her and lets hope he gets caught before it happens again.
He was dressed all in black and he was an IC3 male if it makes it any more palatable, come on this is horrific, imagine if it was one of your family. Much sympathy for her and lets hope he gets caught before it happens again. bigfella777
  • Score: 8

9:33am Mon 12 May 14

thesouth says...

sarfhamton wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
"Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear.
The man's ethnic origin and appearance is vitally important in catching him, it needs to be in the text.

However having this in the headline seems a bit sensationalist and will no doubt bring out the trolls.
I think the point was the grammar being appalling
[quote][p][bold]sarfhamton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: "Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear.[/p][/quote]The man's ethnic origin and appearance is vitally important in catching him, it needs to be in the text. However having this in the headline seems a bit sensationalist and will no doubt bring out the trolls.[/p][/quote]I think the point was the grammar being appalling thesouth
  • Score: 2

9:37am Mon 12 May 14

xxsushixx says...

Considering St Marys and bordering areas are filled with Students, nightclubs and cheap drinks you would of hoped the police would of upped their game by now.

Totally feel for the girl and the family.
This is disgusting.
Considering St Marys and bordering areas are filled with Students, nightclubs and cheap drinks you would of hoped the police would of upped their game by now. Totally feel for the girl and the family. This is disgusting. xxsushixx
  • Score: 8

9:57am Mon 12 May 14

daisy.talks says...

again why was she walking home on her own? People go out, but don't think how they are going to get home, her 'friends' must be useless letting her walk home alone. Even if you are alone, try and stick near a group, stay in well lit areas and don't wander around on your phone or with headphones on, buy yourself a rape alarm.
again why was she walking home on her own? People go out, but don't think how they are going to get home, her 'friends' must be useless letting her walk home alone. Even if you are alone, try and stick near a group, stay in well lit areas and don't wander around on your phone or with headphones on, buy yourself a rape alarm. daisy.talks
  • Score: 3

10:05am Mon 12 May 14

andysaints007 says...

userds5050 wrote:
"Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear.
You should learn to read properly you plebb
[quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: "Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear.[/p][/quote]You should learn to read properly you plebb andysaints007
  • Score: -1

10:59am Mon 12 May 14

xxsushixx says...

daisy.talks wrote:
again why was she walking home on her own? People go out, but don't think how they are going to get home, her 'friends' must be useless letting her walk home alone. Even if you are alone, try and stick near a group, stay in well lit areas and don't wander around on your phone or with headphones on, buy yourself a rape alarm.
So... are you tellling us that you dont have the tendancy to walk anywhere by yourself? It happens night and day and not all of us can be constantly minded by other people!

DO NOT blame it on the victim - you're basically saying she asked for it.

I have walked from Southampton to Swaythling many of times on a night out and although yes it is stupid. You should be able to walk where you want whenever you want with no worries.

The only thing I can think of here that such a know-it-all like yourself has no friends, doesnt even know what a night out is and just sits behind the keyboard attempting to 'malicious' when actually you just look like a tw*t.
[quote][p][bold]daisy.talks[/bold] wrote: again why was she walking home on her own? People go out, but don't think how they are going to get home, her 'friends' must be useless letting her walk home alone. Even if you are alone, try and stick near a group, stay in well lit areas and don't wander around on your phone or with headphones on, buy yourself a rape alarm.[/p][/quote]So... are you tellling us that you dont have the tendancy to walk anywhere by yourself? It happens night and day and not all of us can be constantly minded by other people! DO NOT blame it on the victim - you're basically saying she asked for it. I have walked from Southampton to Swaythling many of times on a night out and although yes it is stupid. You should be able to walk where you want whenever you want with no worries. The only thing I can think of here that such a know-it-all like yourself has no friends, doesnt even know what a night out is and just sits behind the keyboard attempting to 'malicious' when actually you just look like a tw*t. xxsushixx
  • Score: 8

11:27am Mon 12 May 14

xxsushixx says...

Oh and DE - maybe remove that huge picture of Luke Shaw off the main screen and maybe put something IMPORTANT on there!!
Think its awful that this post gets a tiny little hyperlink.

MAKE PEOPLE AWARE!!
Oh and DE - maybe remove that huge picture of Luke Shaw off the main screen and maybe put something IMPORTANT on there!! Think its awful that this post gets a tiny little hyperlink. MAKE PEOPLE AWARE!! xxsushixx
  • Score: 0

12:09pm Mon 12 May 14

Dai Rear says...

xxsushixx wrote:
daisy.talks wrote:
again why was she walking home on her own? People go out, but don't think how they are going to get home, her 'friends' must be useless letting her walk home alone. Even if you are alone, try and stick near a group, stay in well lit areas and don't wander around on your phone or with headphones on, buy yourself a rape alarm.
So... are you tellling us that you dont have the tendancy to walk anywhere by yourself? It happens night and day and not all of us can be constantly minded by other people!

DO NOT blame it on the victim - you're basically saying she asked for it.

I have walked from Southampton to Swaythling many of times on a night out and although yes it is stupid. You should be able to walk where you want whenever you want with no worries.

The only thing I can think of here that such a know-it-all like yourself has no friends, doesnt even know what a night out is and just sits behind the keyboard attempting to 'malicious' when actually you just look like a tw*t.
No, she's saying prevention is better than cure, as if there can be a "cure" for this poor woman who'll have been traumatised. If you, personally leave your home unlocked at night, well , good luck to you. You're not "asking" to be burgled, just making it easier
[quote][p][bold]xxsushixx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]daisy.talks[/bold] wrote: again why was she walking home on her own? People go out, but don't think how they are going to get home, her 'friends' must be useless letting her walk home alone. Even if you are alone, try and stick near a group, stay in well lit areas and don't wander around on your phone or with headphones on, buy yourself a rape alarm.[/p][/quote]So... are you tellling us that you dont have the tendancy to walk anywhere by yourself? It happens night and day and not all of us can be constantly minded by other people! DO NOT blame it on the victim - you're basically saying she asked for it. I have walked from Southampton to Swaythling many of times on a night out and although yes it is stupid. You should be able to walk where you want whenever you want with no worries. The only thing I can think of here that such a know-it-all like yourself has no friends, doesnt even know what a night out is and just sits behind the keyboard attempting to 'malicious' when actually you just look like a tw*t.[/p][/quote]No, she's saying prevention is better than cure, as if there can be a "cure" for this poor woman who'll have been traumatised. If you, personally leave your home unlocked at night, well , good luck to you. You're not "asking" to be burgled, just making it easier Dai Rear
  • Score: 1

12:29pm Mon 12 May 14

Le Batteur says...

As a middle-aged musician travelling home after gigs, it is frustrating to see girls walking home somewhat the worse for a 'good night out' and feeling completely unable to take them home or at least to a cab rank. As a Dad, you want to make sure they are safe, but the accusations and false allegations that might crop up if you did give tghem a lift put you off asking if they need help.
I often think 'where the hell are her mates/boyfriend'.
Sign of the times.
As a middle-aged musician travelling home after gigs, it is frustrating to see girls walking home somewhat the worse for a 'good night out' and feeling completely unable to take them home or at least to a cab rank. As a Dad, you want to make sure they are safe, but the accusations and false allegations that might crop up if you did give tghem a lift put you off asking if they need help. I often think 'where the hell are her mates/boyfriend'. Sign of the times. Le Batteur
  • Score: 2

12:49pm Mon 12 May 14

townieboy says...

daisy.talks wrote:
again why was she walking home on her own? People go out, but don't think how they are going to get home, her 'friends' must be useless letting her walk home alone. Even if you are alone, try and stick near a group, stay in well lit areas and don't wander around on your phone or with headphones on, buy yourself a rape alarm.
Cant agree more. I dont understand these women can go out clubbing and i guess drinking but cant afford a taxi home. Wise up.
[quote][p][bold]daisy.talks[/bold] wrote: again why was she walking home on her own? People go out, but don't think how they are going to get home, her 'friends' must be useless letting her walk home alone. Even if you are alone, try and stick near a group, stay in well lit areas and don't wander around on your phone or with headphones on, buy yourself a rape alarm.[/p][/quote]Cant agree more. I dont understand these women can go out clubbing and i guess drinking but cant afford a taxi home. Wise up. townieboy
  • Score: -2

12:49pm Mon 12 May 14

camerajuan says...

xxsushixx wrote:
Considering St Marys and bordering areas are filled with Students, nightclubs and cheap drinks you would of hoped the police would of upped their game by now.

Totally feel for the girl and the family.
This is disgusting.
I agree with the sentiment but the assumption of the demographic is way off.

You'll find St Mary's (excluding Orion's Point) filled with locals and immigrants as well as lots of shared houses containing groups of young professionals.

That and from the reports on these crimes in the past, doesn't seem like Students carrying out these offences so unsure why you would mention this.

The nightclub presence doesn't explain sex offences happening either. If you've had so many cheap drinks you'd be in no state to do anything of the sort.
[quote][p][bold]xxsushixx[/bold] wrote: Considering St Marys and bordering areas are filled with Students, nightclubs and cheap drinks you would of hoped the police would of upped their game by now. Totally feel for the girl and the family. This is disgusting.[/p][/quote]I agree with the sentiment but the assumption of the demographic is way off. You'll find St Mary's (excluding Orion's Point) filled with locals and immigrants as well as lots of shared houses containing groups of young professionals. That and from the reports on these crimes in the past, doesn't seem like Students carrying out these offences so unsure why you would mention this. The nightclub presence doesn't explain sex offences happening either. If you've had so many cheap drinks you'd be in no state to do anything of the sort. camerajuan
  • Score: 1

1:05pm Mon 12 May 14

xxsushixx says...

I dont think I actually stated its Students carrying out these offences?

Im saying there is alot of them around that area - who do get drunk and who will get themselves into awkward situations.

Mainly due to what is populating that area I feel the police should patrol it more.
I dont think I actually stated its Students carrying out these offences? Im saying there is alot of them around that area - who do get drunk and who will get themselves into awkward situations. Mainly due to what is populating that area I feel the police should patrol it more. xxsushixx
  • Score: 1

1:07pm Mon 12 May 14

xxsushixx says...

Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights.



This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off.

You cant be safe either way.
Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights. This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off. You cant be safe either way. xxsushixx
  • Score: 1

1:13pm Mon 12 May 14

Dai Rear says...

xxsushixx wrote:
I dont think I actually stated its Students carrying out these offences?

Im saying there is alot of them around that area - who do get drunk and who will get themselves into awkward situations.

Mainly due to what is populating that area I feel the police should patrol it more.
Well it's not going to happen because if they arrested some troublemakers they might turn nasty. Far better to stay in the nick; perhaps just the occasional foray to nick an octogenarian for improper touching around about the time of the Suez Crisis or one of the dirty picture brigade. You see they never whack PC Noddy and Sergeant Bigears and safety has to be the top priority for our chaps and chapesses in blue, hasn't it?
[quote][p][bold]xxsushixx[/bold] wrote: I dont think I actually stated its Students carrying out these offences? Im saying there is alot of them around that area - who do get drunk and who will get themselves into awkward situations. Mainly due to what is populating that area I feel the police should patrol it more.[/p][/quote]Well it's not going to happen because if they arrested some troublemakers they might turn nasty. Far better to stay in the nick; perhaps just the occasional foray to nick an octogenarian for improper touching around about the time of the Suez Crisis or one of the dirty picture brigade. You see they never whack PC Noddy and Sergeant Bigears and safety has to be the top priority for our chaps and chapesses in blue, hasn't it? Dai Rear
  • Score: 0

1:18pm Mon 12 May 14

Zexagon says...

xxsushixx wrote:
Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights.



This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off.

You cant be safe either way.
I'd still take my chance with the taxi option.
[quote][p][bold]xxsushixx[/bold] wrote: Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights. This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off. You cant be safe either way.[/p][/quote]I'd still take my chance with the taxi option. Zexagon
  • Score: 1

1:19pm Mon 12 May 14

Dai Rear says...

xxsushixx wrote:
Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights.



This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off.

You cant be safe either way.
Very unpleasant and of course he has been convicted of harassment or similar and made the subject of an RO or SOPO, depending on the designated offence. But to suggest your experience is in the same league as that of the victim of this offence is a little, shall we say, presumptuous?
[quote][p][bold]xxsushixx[/bold] wrote: Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights. This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off. You cant be safe either way.[/p][/quote]Very unpleasant and of course he has been convicted of harassment or similar and made the subject of an RO or SOPO, depending on the designated offence. But to suggest your experience is in the same league as that of the victim of this offence is a little, shall we say, presumptuous? Dai Rear
  • Score: 0

1:26pm Mon 12 May 14

xxsushixx says...

Dai Rear wrote:
xxsushixx wrote:
Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights.



This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off.

You cant be safe either way.
Very unpleasant and of course he has been convicted of harassment or similar and made the subject of an RO or SOPO, depending on the designated offence. But to suggest your experience is in the same league as that of the victim of this offence is a little, shall we say, presumptuous?
No not atall ! I wasnt even comparing them.
I'm just saying not even taxis are safe!
[quote][p][bold]Dai Rear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]xxsushixx[/bold] wrote: Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights. This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off. You cant be safe either way.[/p][/quote]Very unpleasant and of course he has been convicted of harassment or similar and made the subject of an RO or SOPO, depending on the designated offence. But to suggest your experience is in the same league as that of the victim of this offence is a little, shall we say, presumptuous?[/p][/quote]No not atall ! I wasnt even comparing them. I'm just saying not even taxis are safe! xxsushixx
  • Score: 5

1:26pm Mon 12 May 14

xxsushixx says...

Dai Rear wrote:
xxsushixx wrote:
Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights.



This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off.

You cant be safe either way.
Very unpleasant and of course he has been convicted of harassment or similar and made the subject of an RO or SOPO, depending on the designated offence. But to suggest your experience is in the same league as that of the victim of this offence is a little, shall we say, presumptuous?
No not atall ! I wasnt even comparing them.
I'm just saying not even taxis are safe!
[quote][p][bold]Dai Rear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]xxsushixx[/bold] wrote: Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights. This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off. You cant be safe either way.[/p][/quote]Very unpleasant and of course he has been convicted of harassment or similar and made the subject of an RO or SOPO, depending on the designated offence. But to suggest your experience is in the same league as that of the victim of this offence is a little, shall we say, presumptuous?[/p][/quote]No not atall ! I wasnt even comparing them. I'm just saying not even taxis are safe! xxsushixx
  • Score: 3

1:28pm Mon 12 May 14

xxsushixx says...

Maybe we should just let the millitary take over.

(I'll await the - ' thats a stupid comment' remark)
Maybe we should just let the millitary take over. (I'll await the - ' thats a stupid comment' remark) xxsushixx
  • Score: 0

1:31pm Mon 12 May 14

Dai Rear says...

Nor indeed do door locks and security alarms make it impossible to be burgled but, having spoken more than once to professional burglars, it may very well make them "move on" just in the same way as the priapic humanoid is probably unlikely to go to the trouble of extracting its victim from a gaggle of people.
Nor indeed do door locks and security alarms make it impossible to be burgled but, having spoken more than once to professional burglars, it may very well make them "move on" just in the same way as the priapic humanoid is probably unlikely to go to the trouble of extracting its victim from a gaggle of people. Dai Rear
  • Score: 1

1:33pm Mon 12 May 14

xxsushixx says...

To be honest - I can't be arsed with all this keyboard warrior rubbish to be honest.

Points are as follow.

- Police are useless.
- Getting a taxi or walking home with friends doesnt make everything 100% safe.
- This wasnt a skantly dressed girl, Shes actually a woman, with a child and due to get married just having a night out.
- Its not due to the placement of the nightclub its what is surrounding it.
- I hope the woman is okay and maybe get off your high horses.

Taraa all! Back to work for me.
To be honest - I can't be arsed with all this keyboard warrior rubbish to be honest. Points are as follow. - Police are useless. - Getting a taxi or walking home with friends doesnt make everything 100% safe. - This wasnt a skantly dressed girl, Shes actually a woman, with a child and due to get married just having a night out. - Its not due to the placement of the nightclub its what is surrounding it. - I hope the woman is okay and maybe get off your high horses. Taraa all! Back to work for me. xxsushixx
  • Score: 2

1:36pm Mon 12 May 14

Dai Rear says...

xxsushixx wrote:
Maybe we should just let the millitary take over.

(I'll await the - ' thats a stupid comment' remark)
Well there's probably not much of this in Burma, Egypt or North Korea but on the other hand the chances of actually making it home without reaching a sorry fate in the hands of the military in those states is considerably less than it is here. So, on balance, no.
[quote][p][bold]xxsushixx[/bold] wrote: Maybe we should just let the millitary take over. (I'll await the - ' thats a stupid comment' remark)[/p][/quote]Well there's probably not much of this in Burma, Egypt or North Korea but on the other hand the chances of actually making it home without reaching a sorry fate in the hands of the military in those states is considerably less than it is here. So, on balance, no. Dai Rear
  • Score: 0

2:03pm Mon 12 May 14

userds5050 says...

sarfhamton wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
"Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear.
The man's ethnic origin and appearance is vitally important in catching him, it needs to be in the text.

However having this in the headline seems a bit sensationalist and will no doubt bring out the trolls.
I was commenting on the grammar TBH.
[quote][p][bold]sarfhamton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: "Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear.[/p][/quote]The man's ethnic origin and appearance is vitally important in catching him, it needs to be in the text. However having this in the headline seems a bit sensationalist and will no doubt bring out the trolls.[/p][/quote]I was commenting on the grammar TBH. userds5050
  • Score: 2

2:06pm Mon 12 May 14

userds5050 says...

andysaints007 wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
"Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear.
You should learn to read properly you plebb
It would help if the grammar was correct. I see it has now been updated.
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: "Hunt for man in black sex attacker." Dear O dear.[/p][/quote]You should learn to read properly you plebb[/p][/quote]It would help if the grammar was correct. I see it has now been updated. userds5050
  • Score: 1

2:43pm Mon 12 May 14

Zexagon says...

Little miss attitudes gone back to work ,phew
Little miss attitudes gone back to work ,phew Zexagon
  • Score: -2

3:01pm Mon 12 May 14

xxsushixx says...

Zexagon wrote:
Little miss attitudes gone back to work ,phew
Wow haha.

Still watching. Just got better things to do then name people after made up Mr Men.
[quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: Little miss attitudes gone back to work ,phew[/p][/quote]Wow haha. Still watching. Just got better things to do then name people after made up Mr Men. xxsushixx
  • Score: 0

3:50pm Mon 12 May 14

townieboy says...

xxsushixx wrote:
Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights. This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off. You cant be safe either way.
Ermm you got home safe thats the main thing. It dosent matter how many times you walk home it would be a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, because you have made it home many times it dosent nean its safe to do so in the early hours of the morning.
[quote][p][bold]xxsushixx[/bold] wrote: Ill also add that I have got a taxi home before from The Edge by registered taxi company and not only did the driver take my number off the system but then continued to ring me and wait outside my flat asking me for sex on random nights. This was reported to the police and dealt with and the taxi driver was struck off. You cant be safe either way.[/p][/quote]Ermm you got home safe thats the main thing. It dosent matter how many times you walk home it would be a case of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, because you have made it home many times it dosent nean its safe to do so in the early hours of the morning. townieboy
  • Score: 0

4:20pm Mon 12 May 14

bigfella777 says...

xxsushixx wrote:
I dont think I actually stated its Students carrying out these offences?

Im saying there is alot of them around that area - who do get drunk and who will get themselves into awkward situations.

Mainly due to what is populating that area I feel the police should patrol it more.
Sorry I don't understand what you mean. What is populating that area? please enlighten me.
[quote][p][bold]xxsushixx[/bold] wrote: I dont think I actually stated its Students carrying out these offences? Im saying there is alot of them around that area - who do get drunk and who will get themselves into awkward situations. Mainly due to what is populating that area I feel the police should patrol it more.[/p][/quote]Sorry I don't understand what you mean. What is populating that area? please enlighten me. bigfella777
  • Score: 1

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