Blind man threatened by teenagers in Malvern after they demand his bottle of wine

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A BLIND man was threatened by a female teenager after he refused to hand over a bottle of wine.

The incident happened in Church Road, Malvern, at around 12.3pm on Wednesday, April 23.

The man was with his guide dog when they were approached by two females believed to be aged about 15. The females asked for the bottle of wine he was carrying, when the male refused the girls argued and then walked off one shouting "I am going to get you". Those with information can contact the police on their non-emergency number 101, quoting incident reference 0481s 230414.

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8:21pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Geoffery1966 says...

I hope if and when they are caught that they get their eyes poked out and abused, chav culture of Malvern at work again, SKANKS
I hope if and when they are caught that they get their eyes poked out and abused, chav culture of Malvern at work again, SKANKS Geoffery1966
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12:03pm Fri 25 Apr 14

iamthebinman says...

Geoffery1966 wrote:
I hope if and when they are caught that they get their eyes poked out and abused, chav culture of Malvern at work again, SKANKS
Agree, this is another example of the zero fear of police in Malvern. Half the crime on this site appears to be from Malvern and its getting worse. Two blind people getting mugged in a month is a disgrace for any town. Chief Wiggum and Co need to sort it out.
[quote][p][bold]Geoffery1966[/bold] wrote: I hope if and when they are caught that they get their eyes poked out and abused, chav culture of Malvern at work again, SKANKS[/p][/quote]Agree, this is another example of the zero fear of police in Malvern. Half the crime on this site appears to be from Malvern and its getting worse. Two blind people getting mugged in a month is a disgrace for any town. Chief Wiggum and Co need to sort it out. iamthebinman
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