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Manhunt for jogger shoving person onto on coming bus

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1 minute ago, One percent said:

They were saying on the news that others have come forward to say that they had also been pushed by this man. 

Fecking loon. Someone must recognise him from the video 

The video doesn't show him pushing her more like she tried to trip him up.

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I am not a 50K a year senior police officer nor have I spent years studying criminal activity... but obsessive joggers tend to run the same route at the same times several times a week. Considering that they know the time and the location... or isn't it that simple?

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Just now, montecristo said:

The video doesn't show him pushing her more like she tried to trip him up.

Disagree.  She moved to her left. I don't see any sign of her trying to trip him.  There are others who have come forward to say he did the same to them. 

Just now, The Masked Tulip said:

I am not a 50K a year senior police officer nor have I spent years studying criminal activity... but obsessive joggers tend to run the same route at the same times several times a week. Considering that they know the time and the location... or isn't it that simple?

If he feels guilt he might have changed his route. A reason why they have been slow in releasing this? 

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Just now, 201p said:

We need Jogging lanes.

Cycling lanes.

Fast pedestrian lane.

Slow pedestrian lane.

 

A little old fashioned manners would do. 

In london, I would ban bikes. They are like licra  clad nazis. 

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I remember some guy who did this to somebody at tube stations in the early 90s and eventually killed one.  He was a guy in his 50s who looked normal enough but with slightly wild eyes.

Basically mad with a compulsion to do this; off to Rampton or Broadmoor for this loon as he's not safe to be out.

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Following on from some of the excellent lane suggestions, may I suggest:

A lane for people who insist on walking and looking at an electronic device

A lane for people who really can't be arsed to engage in a reciprocal movement with someone coming the other way.

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1 minute ago, One percent said:

That's as she started tipping over the concrete barrier. 

Btw, they have got those in place toot sweet have they not. 

That sunlight on the pavement. You-tube compression?

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I'd think it wouldn't be too hard to find the jogger. He must be doing a circuit on a regular basis, and London is littered with CCTV. He will be found.

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2 minutes ago, 201p said:

I'd think it wouldn't be too hard to find the jogger. He must be doing a circuit on a regular basis, and London is littered with CCTV. He will be found.

Judging by the video he has nothing to worry about. He doesn't place a hand on her if anything he pulls his hands back when she sticks her leg out.

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6 minutes ago, XswampyX said:

Here I made this...

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Nice work Swampy. Can you imagine when legal team get this digitally enhanced.  Will get thrown out.  

Looking at that again, did she go over on her left high heel just as she met the jogger?

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1 minute ago, montecristo said:

Nice work Swampy. Can you imagine when legal team get this digitally enhanced.  Will get thrown out.  

It's so fucking obvious and she nearly killed herself!

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