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Man goes on rampage in sports shop before customer stands up to him
tom.ozimek
2018-05-23    0 views
A mobile phone camera captured the moment a man went on a rampage inside a sports goods store in the UK.
The shocking footage shows a man in a pink t-shirt trashing displays inside a Sports Direct store at the Swan Shopping Centre in Birmingham on Sunday, May 20.
The man rants with staff before violently pushing over a clothing stand.
But the culprit in pink is soon forced to make a grovelling apology after shoving a stand of golf clubs into the face of a burly customer who then squares up to him.
The customer can be seen repeatedly pushing the man in the pink t-shirt, while asking him “what you doing?”
The man in pink makes a hasty retreat, apologizing to the man who was struck with the golf clubs.
Families with young children look on as the confrontation between the two men heats up.
An off camera voice can be heard saying "bust him in the face,” as security staff stand by.
Finally a middle aged woman steps in to separate the men.
The footage was uploaded to the Birmz Is Grime Instagram page, where it has been viewed over 10,000 times and sparked a number of comments.
Bolteye wrote "Instant karma. Thought he was the big man trashing rails of clothes and then forced to apologise when someone his own size gets involved. Serves him right."
KirkTheBasketWeaver said "Fully grown men acting like children. Setting a great example to those kids watching on. Shameful scenes."

在美國已經有遞解令的人,應該怎麼做?
djy
2018-05-23    0 views
在美國已經有遞解令的人,應該怎麼做?

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PC and NDP leaders say they will balance Ontario budget


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Published at: 2018-05-16

CAPTION:On the campaign trail Wednesday, Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford said he will balance the budget and “give relief” to taxpayers. NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says her party’s “first priority” will be helping families. (May 16, 2018) SOUNDBITE: Doug Ford, Ontario PC leader SOUNDBITE: Andrea Horwath, Ontario NDP leader PLACELINE: Toronto CREDIT: The Canadian Press STORYLINE: The leaders of two of Ontario's main political parties trumpeted major campaign promises Wednesday — lower gas prices and subsidized child care — but were vague on the details. Doug Ford promised to cut gas prices by 10 cents a litre, if the Tories win the election, but he wasn't clear on how he would replace the lost revenue from cutting the provincial gas tax and scrapping the cap-and-trade system. NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, meanwhile, wouldn't provide details of what families earning more than $40,000 would pay for child care under her plan for the province. The NDP is proposing to fully subsidize public, licensed, not-for-profit child care for those lower-income earners if elected next month. Households earning more than $40,000 would pay an average of $12 a day, but the NDP has not given details about exactly what people earning more than that would pay, what specific income brackets would be established, or any caps.

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