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    (Original post by AstroNandos)
    Lmao does anyone else not take the position where that guy totally deserved that?

    I think that's justified tbh, don't go round slapping anyone's arse otherwise you'll be beaten. I'm sure he wouldn't do it again
    I don't know who you are but you've got class.
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    (Original post by monkeyman0121)
    First off not all guys think this, you are an example that it is not so.

    Second, off you did something that is stupid and just makes you look bad and immature.

    Third, You should have told him to apologise instead or something similar.

    Fourth, I feel that people who beat up others as a reply are way worse than any slapping people's arses. (Slapping one's arse is bad but if you permanently damage someone then it is way worse.)
    You truly need to have self-respect to understand this, nothing goes unpublished, he not only invaded my wife's personnel space, he also assaulted her and in the UK it is an sexual assault and can get you arrested, I just saved tax money and took iit into my own hands, when you truly love someone and you promised to protect then, then you see them crying even under your protection, you'll understand my actions, I exercise self restraint at my own discretion and I controlled myself not to disable him permanently. SIA certified so I know what I'm doing.
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    (Original post by monkeyman0121)
    No, it is not justified. Beating someone up and maybe permanently damaging them emotionally and physically is not the right approach to a simple slap of the arse. He was wrong to slap her arse but no one deserves to be beaten like that.
    I simply did something his parents should have done long time ago, fought him manners and to know his limits and
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    (Original post by Ladoni_Potnyye)
    and then everyone clapped
    My wife and others who've been victims did clap.
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    QUOTE=Tommy_london;76566422]You truly need to have self-respect to understand this, nothing goes unpublished, he not only invaded my wife's personnel space, he also assaulted her and in the UK it is an sexual assault and can get you arrested, I just saved tax money and took iit into my own hands, when you truly love someone and you promised to protect then, then you see them crying even under your protection, you'll understand my actions, I exercise self restraint at my own discretion and I controlled myself not to disable him permanently. SIA certified so I know what I'm doing.[/QUOTE]

    Losing control is somehow self-respect now...

    You did not save tax money, I bet he got treatment on the NHS which may not be needed if you hadn't been rash.

    SIA certified? I am sorry I thought being part of security was stopping stuff from happening, not starting things. Don't use excuses for your actions.
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    (Original post by Tommy_london)
    Charge me for what? Sexually assaulting my girl? Where's the logic in that.
    Charge you for beating the **** out of him.
    Fortunately, he has no witnesses (as far as I know), it was provoked (kind of), so he hasn't got much chance in court.
    You did what you had to do, out of protective rage, so that's ok in my books.
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    (Original post by Tommy_london)
    Try asking your girlfriends if they mind being slapped by random guys and you'll dee the difference between quality and trash
    Well, no. I would't be okay with it personally but if the woman who's getting her arse slapped is okay with it, that's not a problem.
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    (Original post by monkeyman0121)
    QUOTE=Tommy_london;76566422]You truly need to have self-respect to understand this, nothing goes unpublished, he not only invaded my wife's personnel space, he also assaulted her and in the UK it is an sexual assault and can get you arrested, I just saved tax money and took iit into my own hands, when you truly love someone and you promised to protect then, then you see them crying even under your protection, you'll understand my actions, I exercise self restraint at my own discretion and I controlled myself not to disable him permanently. SIA certified so I know what I'm doing.
    Losing control is somehow self-respect now...

    You did not save tax money, I bet he got treatment on the NHS which may not be needed if you hadn't been rash.

    SIA certified? I am sorry I thought being part of security was stopping stuff from happening, not starting things. Don't use excuses for your actions.[/QUOTE]

    If I see an,injustice, I can't help but intervene, I didn't lose control, if I did, he'd be dead.


    Part of SIA is to prevent and stop a situation from exacerbating however this was personal and the situation already become assault the moment he touched her.

    I am a licensed SIA professional, I didn't make him bleed or break any bones so the NHS was not needed, in this case he only had bruises the next morning. Oh and toilet water all over him
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    (Original post by doubleGs)
    Charge you for beating the **** out of him.
    Fortunately, he has no witnesses (as far as I know), it was provoked (kind of), so he hasn't got much chance in court.
    You did what you had to do, out of protective rage, so that's ok in my books.
    Exactly bro, he had no case and it was provoked, to date there is no charges, alls good and his probably a changed man.
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    (Original post by Tommy_london)
    Losing control is somehow self-respect now...

    You did not save tax money, I bet he got treatment on the NHS which may not be needed if you hadn't been rash.

    SIA certified? I am sorry I thought being part of security was stopping stuff from happening, not starting things. Don't use excuses for your actions.
    If I see an,injustice, I can't help but intervene, I didn't lose control, if I did, he'd be dead.


    Part of SIA is to prevent and stop a situation from exacerbating however this was personal and the situation already become assault the moment he made touched her.

    I am a licensed SIA professional, I didn't make him bleed or break any bones so the NHS was not needed, in this case he only had bruises the next morning. Oh and toilet water all over him[/QUOTE]

    Doesn't matter if you're a professional or not, it is not supposed to be used in that way. Which makes it irrelevant. And how would you know nothing was broken or anything, are you a doctor now? Just because you didn't see anything or hear any breaks does not mean they did not occur. Same with bleeding, he could be internally bleeding. Even if he did not have anything badly wrong with him I bet he went to a doctor or GP which is using valuable time which someone else could be using.

    You did lose control, you even said you were mad. As soon as you are angry you lose control even if you lost it a bit.
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    (Original post by bones-mccoy)
    Well, no. I would't be okay with it personally but if the woman who's getting her arse slapped is okay with it, that's not a problem.

    Girl, you have class, I highly respect ladies such as yourself with such quality, it radiates your beauty that surpasses the visual beauty that people put much importance on.

    Respects, you are very beautiful.
 
 
 
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