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    Before I get into the details I've seriously considering to let it slip. I feel like if I get him to apologise I'll feel good and we can just move on from it.

    I was on a night out with some mates. When we left the club some guy a friend of mine knows came up asking for a cig. He pulls out a £1 coin for one. I don't really really what caused the altercation, but i sas sudden.

    I sucker punched in the mouth and cut my lip pretty bad.

    Should I go ahead and sue him?
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    Before I get into the details I've seriously considering to let it slip. I feel like if I get him to apologise I'll feel good and we can just move on from it.

    I was on a night out with some mates. When we left the club some guy a friend of mine knows came up asking for a cig. He pulls out a £1 coin for one. I don't really really what caused the altercation, but i sas sudden.

    I sucker punched in the mouth and cut my lip pretty bad.

    Should I go ahead and sue him?
    You sucker punched him because he asked for a cigarette? I think you should let it slip and apologise to him. There's no excuse for violence when you could have politely informed him that you don't have cigarettes/don't want to sell him any.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    You sucker punched him because he asked for a cigarette? I think you should let it slip and apologise to him. There's no excuse for violence when you could have politely informed him that you don't have cigarettes/don't want to sell him any.
    Oh ****, test was a major typo!!! HE sucker punched me!
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    Oh ****, test was a major typo!!! HE sucker punched me!
    I don't know if suing is the best course of action but you may want to report him to the police if you think it was serious although he will most likely only get a caution if it's a first offence, especially since the damage isn't all that bad. If they started jailing people for fist fights, they'd need to keep building more and more prisons...
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    They should jail people for that though


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    Did you report it to the police? If so, what happened? If not, why not?
 
 
 
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