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Self-defence at work

BBC NEWS | England | Somerset | Girl punches flasher and escapes
A teenage girl punched a flasher in the face so she could flee his lewd advances, police have said.
..The victim, who was wearing three rings, hit him and ran away.
..The girl told detectives his jeans were dirty.

Pity there wasn't a bit of 4x2 handy for her to smack the offending parts with.


Yes but was the force used 'reasonable'?
Does the fact that the girl was wearing three rings mean that the force was premeditated?
Did she infact 'set a trap' in order to attack this individual?

Has she been arrested yet? I mean, she's a self-confessed assaulter (assaultress?).

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