Bitch-Slapped Net Yob To Flee Country In Shame

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Saturday, 10 October 2009

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Ouch - That Really Hurt!

The all too familiar scenario of a witless yob confronting a law abiding citizen on his own doorstep, intimidating and mouthing off at his intended victim has been viewed by thousands on the internet.

This time, because as events threatened to get out of hand, it became obvious that the foul mouthed thug had picked on the wrong guy.

Family man Sam Rock (35) floored his assailant with a single blow and sent him scuttling away on the bones of his arse.

We managed to track the yob down and as he hid behind a tree, Les Bean (22) told us:

"I'm thinking of taking legal action. My life has become a misery ever since the story broke on the net. People point at me and snigger. It's got to a stage where I'm afraid to go out. I'm not used to this at all. I've always been able to do exactly what I want, when I want, to who I want, without repercussions. That bloke took all that away from me with one punch. I'll never forgive him for that. Robbed me of my dignity he has."

Sam Rock, the man who put Bean on his arse declined to comment on the incident, but in a written statement he did say:

"I'd like to put all this behind me and just get on with life. I don't know why Bean is so upset. I didn't hit him all that hard. It was just a love-tap really."

Sam Rock is a war veteran and a black belt in two martial arts disciplines.

From behind a tree, Les Bean told us:

"I'm thinking of leaving the country and moving somewhere where the people are a bit softer and won't hit back when I get in their faces."

More as we get it.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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