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darmstadt
1st November 2015, 18:31
I wonder what Daily Mail readers have to say about this guy: http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/sonny-bill-williams-medal-giveaway-was-not-his-first-act-of-selflessness-at-the-rugby-world-cup--bkeyPzeq_l

http://i100.independent.co.uk/image/18137-klga1q.jpg

stek
1st November 2015, 18:43
I wonder what Daily Mail readers have to say about this guy: http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/sonny-bill-williams-medal-giveaway-was-not-his-first-act-of-selflessness-at-the-rugby-world-cup--bkeyPzeq_l

http://i100.independent.co.uk/image/18137-klga1q.jpg

That was a great gesture.....

SueEllen
1st November 2015, 18:46
He's a New Zealander when he makes great gestures and a Muslim when he screws up.

It's the same with everyone one the DM needs to attack.

teapot418
1st November 2015, 19:12
I wonder what Daily Mail readers have to say about this guy

Nice guns.

TheLordDave
1st November 2015, 19:37
More importantly what is his house worth?

NorthWestPerm2Contr
1st November 2015, 21:58
There is no way this guy is a "real" Muslim. He seems like a nice guy

Troll
1st November 2015, 22:20
There is no way this guy is a "real" Muslim. He seems like a nice guyNot in the traditional sense - he's a convert Like Cat Stevens & Richard Reid, although Reid like Williams both converted after run ins with the law
Only one of those converts has gone down the self detonating route of the traditional muslim

CoolCat
1st November 2015, 22:59
More importantly this shows how poor UK security staff are in and around London.

minestrone
1st November 2015, 22:59
Cat Stevens was such a likable chap until he went all Islam.

EternalOptimist
2nd November 2015, 00:17
Cat Stevens was such a likable chap until he went all Islam.

Yep, but you'd be a bit weird if you were followed around all night by a moon shadow.

BrilloPad
2nd November 2015, 12:17
Child wins medal for ‘Best Pitch Invasion’ (http://newsthump.com/2015/11/02/child-wins-medal-for-best-pitch-invasion/)

WTFH
2nd November 2015, 12:26
More importantly this shows how poor UK security staff are in and around London.



That security guard can't have been English - no Englishman made a tackle at Twickenham as good as that in the last year.

BrilloPad
2nd November 2015, 12:29
More importantly this shows how poor UK security staff are in and around London.

In f4j we found that generally private security is very good. Government and Royal security is very bad.

psychocandy
2nd November 2015, 14:56
That security guard can't have been English - no Englishman made a tackle at Twickenham as good as that in the last year.

Bit harsh the way he was smashed to the ground by the security guard. Not surprised.

I used to work at the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff. Quit because of the sad cases that work there. People who have no lives and used to get a kick out of the perceived power they have with an orange jacket on.

Some of them just did it for the chance to either show off a bit that they were important or the chance to get involved in a bit of aggro/rough stuff because they could.