Hero dad rescues man found collapsed in frozen woodland

HERO: Mr Roberts

HERO: Mr Roberts

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A man was found freezing to death in woodland after apparently being attacked and left for dead.

The victim was unconscious when he was discovered by Toby Roberts as the father-of-one took a short-cut across land near Eastbourne College.

Mr Roberts, 32, has now been hailed as a hero for saving the unnamed 22-year-old’s life.

Police are investigating whether the man, who was suffering from hypothermia and was bloody and battered when he was found, had been attacked and abandoned on the snowy ground.

Before being taken away by ambulance the man managed to whisper: “I’ve been beaten up.”

Mr Roberts, of Seaford, spotted the victim out of the corner of his eye at 8.30am on Saturday as he walked through land off Paradise Drive, Eastbourne, on the way to the gym The Prison Service employee said: “He looked terrible – like a zombie.

“He was groaning and was initially unconscious.

“I thought he was dead.”

The 32-year-old, who has a one-year-old son with fiancée Alyssa McDiarmid, continued: “He was just lying there.

I rushed over and I honestly thought he was dead. I called 999 and said they had to get there ASAP.

“They gave me instructions over the phone and at the same time I saw two women jogging in the distance so called them and they got a car to stop.

“A woman got a blanket it out the car and wrapped it around the man.

“He was so confused by this point. He was just groaning, ‘Where am I?’ “The police asked me what I thought had happened and I think he had been attacked on the golf course and thrown into the woodland.

“If I hadn’t been there it could have been too late.

“It was so cold – but I just did what anyone would do.”

Miss McDiarmid, 32, said: “He is a hero. If he had not found him it could have been so much worse.

“He really saved his life.”

A Sussex Police spokesman said the incident was referred to the force by the ambulance service at 9.10am on Saturday.

He said: “Our inquiries are at an early stage.”

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10:58am Mon 21 Jan 13

willy harris says...

once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,?????????
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once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,????????? ? willy harris
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11:08am Mon 21 Jan 13

lordenglandofsussex says...

willy harris wrote:
once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,?????????

?
I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice!
[quote][p][bold]willy harris[/bold] wrote: once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,????????? ?[/p][/quote]I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice! lordenglandofsussex
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12:37pm Mon 21 Jan 13

runnergirl says...

lordenglandofsussex wrote:
willy harris wrote:
once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,?????????


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I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice!
Er... when was that, exactly?
[quote][p][bold]lordenglandofsussex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willy harris[/bold] wrote: once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,????????? ?[/p][/quote]I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice![/p][/quote]Er... when was that, exactly? runnergirl
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12:47pm Mon 21 Jan 13

mustaphaLeeko says...

runnergirl wrote:
lordenglandofsussex wrote:
willy harris wrote:
once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,?????????



?
I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice!
Er... when was that, exactly?
Lol!

Don't know your history do you, it was commonplace for people to have firearms until the gun control act of 1903.

Before that ANYBODY could own a firearm without any police checks etc etc.
[quote][p][bold]runnergirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lordenglandofsussex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willy harris[/bold] wrote: once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,????????? ?[/p][/quote]I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice![/p][/quote]Er... when was that, exactly?[/p][/quote]Lol! Don't know your history do you, it was commonplace for people to have firearms until the gun control act of 1903. Before that ANYBODY could own a firearm without any police checks etc etc. mustaphaLeeko
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1:17pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Hove Actually says...

Hero, really?
Hero, really? Hove Actually
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1:47pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Algeria Touchshriek says...

By the looks of the fella, he should have carried the injured male through the thickett and in to the hospital himself.

Abdoms like poppadoms.

But well done. Some folk would have left him to die no doubt.
By the looks of the fella, he should have carried the injured male through the thickett and in to the hospital himself. Abdoms like poppadoms. But well done. Some folk would have left him to die no doubt. Algeria Touchshriek
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1:49pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Biker123 says...

Well done, the very least he deserves is a THANK YOU
Well done, the very least he deserves is a THANK YOU Biker123
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2:14pm Mon 21 Jan 13

runnergirl says...

mustaphaLeeko wrote:
runnergirl wrote:
lordenglandofsussex wrote:
willy harris wrote:
once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,?????????




?
I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice!
Er... when was that, exactly?
Lol!

Don't know your history do you, it was commonplace for people to have firearms until the gun control act of 1903.

Before that ANYBODY could own a firearm without any police checks etc etc.
Ah, thanks for the history lesson. Just as well the law changed, then, otherwise the poor chap might have been shot instead of just beaten up. Well done to the Good Samaritan, anyway.
[quote][p][bold]mustaphaLeeko[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]runnergirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lordenglandofsussex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willy harris[/bold] wrote: once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,????????? ?[/p][/quote]I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice![/p][/quote]Er... when was that, exactly?[/p][/quote]Lol! Don't know your history do you, it was commonplace for people to have firearms until the gun control act of 1903. Before that ANYBODY could own a firearm without any police checks etc etc.[/p][/quote]Ah, thanks for the history lesson. Just as well the law changed, then, otherwise the poor chap might have been shot instead of just beaten up. Well done to the Good Samaritan, anyway. runnergirl
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3:01pm Mon 21 Jan 13

MuammarQaddafi says...

Another story we may never really know the truth of. The update said he admitted to being drunk. The initial report cited here said he was found "bloody and battered." If he's got a gang against him, he might be saying he was drunk out of fear. Or the original language may have been overwrought. Who knows? We won't.
Another story we may never really know the truth of. The update said he admitted to being drunk. The initial report cited here said he was found "bloody and battered." If he's got a gang against him, he might be saying he was drunk out of fear. Or the original language may have been overwrought. Who knows? We won't. MuammarQaddafi
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3:01pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Ouseler says...

Hove Actually wrote:
Hero, really?
Hey! There's stinging nettles and prickles in those woods you know..I bet Indiana Jones would have been scared.



Anyway, it's the Argus...hero is easy to spell...
[quote][p][bold]Hove Actually[/bold] wrote: Hero, really?[/p][/quote]Hey! There's stinging nettles and prickles in those woods you know..I bet Indiana Jones would have been scared. Anyway, it's the Argus...hero is easy to spell... Ouseler
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3:43pm Mon 21 Jan 13

That'smyname says...

Ouseler wrote:
Hove Actually wrote:
Hero, really?
Hey! There's stinging nettles and prickles in those woods you know..I bet Indiana Jones would have been scared.



Anyway, it's the Argus...hero is easy to spell...
I am sure you would be thanking the guy if it was one of your relatives that he had found..Pathetic individuals.. He saved someone and that is that..
[quote][p][bold]Ouseler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hove Actually[/bold] wrote: Hero, really?[/p][/quote]Hey! There's stinging nettles and prickles in those woods you know..I bet Indiana Jones would have been scared. Anyway, it's the Argus...hero is easy to spell...[/p][/quote]I am sure you would be thanking the guy if it was one of your relatives that he had found..Pathetic individuals.. He saved someone and that is that.. That'smyname
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3:47pm Mon 21 Jan 13

That'smyname says...

Hove Actually wrote:
Hero, really?
Pathetic..at theend of the day if that guy hadn't seen him he would of been dead. So yes HERO!! Let's pray if you ever need any help someone would be there to help you. Or maybe your just very bitter and sad!? Just a thought. Hove isn't that great!!
[quote][p][bold]Hove Actually[/bold] wrote: Hero, really?[/p][/quote]Pathetic..at theend of the day if that guy hadn't seen him he would of been dead. So yes HERO!! Let's pray if you ever need any help someone would be there to help you. Or maybe your just very bitter and sad!? Just a thought. Hove isn't that great!! That'smyname
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3:51pm Mon 21 Jan 13

getThisCoalitionOut says...

Well done to this wonderful man - thank goodness for him otherwise someone may not be alive today and at the end of it that's what is important isn't it? The man found, whether he's drunk or not (and we HAVE all been there and done that) is someone's son, or someone's husband and maybe a dad too, so they will be very happy that he is ok.

I don't know him but I hope he's ok and if he was beaten up I hope the disgusting scum that did this to him are found very soon and the full force of law thrown at them - at least a long prison sentence, but I know that's unlikely in East Sussex.
Well done to this wonderful man - thank goodness for him otherwise someone may not be alive today and at the end of it that's what is important isn't it? The man found, whether he's drunk or not (and we HAVE all been there and done that) is someone's son, or someone's husband and maybe a dad too, so they will be very happy that he is ok. I don't know him but I hope he's ok and if he was beaten up I hope the disgusting scum that did this to him are found very soon and the full force of law thrown at them - at least a long prison sentence, but I know that's unlikely in East Sussex. getThisCoalitionOut
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3:56pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Hove Actually says...

So a bloke who is out for a "walk" finds someone injured and does the decent thing, gets thanked ..........

Then people like you consider him a hero.

What descriptor do you have for firemen who run into a burning building or our servicemen currently in theatre, the police who do this on a daily basis?

He may be a decent person but I have to say again, Hero?
So a bloke who is out for a "walk" finds someone injured and does the decent thing, gets thanked .......... Then people like you consider him a hero. What descriptor do you have for firemen who run into a burning building or our servicemen currently in theatre, the police who do this on a daily basis? He may be a decent person but I have to say again, Hero? Hove Actually
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4:01pm Mon 21 Jan 13

That'smyname says...

Hove Actually wrote:
So a bloke who is out for a "walk" finds someone injured and does the decent thing, gets thanked ..........

Then people like you consider him a hero.

What descriptor do you have for firemen who run into a burning building or our servicemen currently in theatre, the police who do this on a daily basis?

He may be a decent person but I have to say again, Hero?
As i said if anyone saves someone by chance if their out walking or swimming or because of their job then of course they are classed as a hero.. Get over yourself for goodness sake, it's people like you that drag others down.
[quote][p][bold]Hove Actually[/bold] wrote: So a bloke who is out for a "walk" finds someone injured and does the decent thing, gets thanked .......... Then people like you consider him a hero. What descriptor do you have for firemen who run into a burning building or our servicemen currently in theatre, the police who do this on a daily basis? He may be a decent person but I have to say again, Hero?[/p][/quote]As i said if anyone saves someone by chance if their out walking or swimming or because of their job then of course they are classed as a hero.. Get over yourself for goodness sake, it's people like you that drag others down. That'smyname
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4:13pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Tammy Flugh says...

mustaphaLeeko wrote:
runnergirl wrote:
lordenglandofsussex wrote:
willy harris wrote:
once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,?????????




?
I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice!
Er... when was that, exactly?
Lol!

Don't know your history do you, it was commonplace for people to have firearms until the gun control act of 1903.

Before that ANYBODY could own a firearm without any police checks etc etc.
Yes. One of my grandmothers was a walking arsenal.
[quote][p][bold]mustaphaLeeko[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]runnergirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lordenglandofsussex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willy harris[/bold] wrote: once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,????????? ?[/p][/quote]I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice![/p][/quote]Er... when was that, exactly?[/p][/quote]Lol! Don't know your history do you, it was commonplace for people to have firearms until the gun control act of 1903. Before that ANYBODY could own a firearm without any police checks etc etc.[/p][/quote]Yes. One of my grandmothers was a walking arsenal. Tammy Flugh
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4:33pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Roundbill says...

I love it when one of my comments gets deleted: shows I've hit a sore spot with whichever "journalist" excreted the story in question.
Happy days!
I love it when one of my comments gets deleted: shows I've hit a sore spot with whichever "journalist" excreted the story in question. Happy days! Roundbill
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4:39pm Mon 21 Jan 13

RainbowG says...

So had Mr Roberts not found this male he may well have died, so well done.
Now this is where it gets interesting, I read the Argus everyday and the name 'McDiarmid' rang a bell, so I googled it, and as I thought, Miss McDiarmid seems to be a very lucky lady, as not only is her fiancé a hero, her son is a hero too as not that long ago he also saved someone's life.
She must be a very proud lady, well done to that family!
So had Mr Roberts not found this male he may well have died, so well done. Now this is where it gets interesting, I read the Argus everyday and the name 'McDiarmid' rang a bell, so I googled it, and as I thought, Miss McDiarmid seems to be a very lucky lady, as not only is her fiancé a hero, her son is a hero too as not that long ago he also saved someone's life. She must be a very proud lady, well done to that family! RainbowG
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6:19pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Ballroom Blitz says...

RainbowG wrote:
So had Mr Roberts not found this male he may well have died, so well done.
Now this is where it gets interesting, I read the Argus everyday and the name 'McDiarmid' rang a bell, so I googled it, and as I thought, Miss McDiarmid seems to be a very lucky lady, as not only is her fiancé a hero, her son is a hero too as not that long ago he also saved someone's life.
She must be a very proud lady, well done to that family!
Or maybe she knows someone that works at the Argus!
[quote][p][bold]RainbowG[/bold] wrote: So had Mr Roberts not found this male he may well have died, so well done. Now this is where it gets interesting, I read the Argus everyday and the name 'McDiarmid' rang a bell, so I googled it, and as I thought, Miss McDiarmid seems to be a very lucky lady, as not only is her fiancé a hero, her son is a hero too as not that long ago he also saved someone's life. She must be a very proud lady, well done to that family![/p][/quote]Or maybe she knows someone that works at the Argus! Ballroom Blitz
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6:21pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Ballroom Blitz says...

Always slightly worrying to see a man whose arms are wider than his head.
Always slightly worrying to see a man whose arms are wider than his head. Ballroom Blitz
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6:51pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Rita Snatch says...

I think that the words that best describes this is 'Good Samaritan', as he could have ignored the poor fella ..
I think that the words that best describes this is 'Good Samaritan', as he could have ignored the poor fella .. Rita Snatch
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7:01pm Mon 21 Jan 13

ButtNuggets says...

Well done Toby. The rest of you can shut up.
Well done Toby. The rest of you can shut up. ButtNuggets
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7:08pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Hove Actually says...

That'smyname wrote:
Hove Actually wrote:
So a bloke who is out for a "walk" finds someone injured and does the decent thing, gets thanked ..........

Then people like you consider him a hero.

What descriptor do you have for firemen who run into a burning building or our servicemen currently in theatre, the police who do this on a daily basis?

He may be a decent person but I have to say again, Hero?
As i said if anyone saves someone by chance if their out walking or swimming or because of their job then of course they are classed as a hero.. Get over yourself for goodness sake, it's people like you that drag others down.
Your not an American by chance? they have the same simplistic attitude to acts most would consider decent behaviour.

I have no need to get over myself and would welcome any help like this if I needed it, or would offer it if I was in the same situation.
However bandying the word hero for an act like this is belittling the true hero's around us
[quote][p][bold]That'smyname[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hove Actually[/bold] wrote: So a bloke who is out for a "walk" finds someone injured and does the decent thing, gets thanked .......... Then people like you consider him a hero. What descriptor do you have for firemen who run into a burning building or our servicemen currently in theatre, the police who do this on a daily basis? He may be a decent person but I have to say again, Hero?[/p][/quote]As i said if anyone saves someone by chance if their out walking or swimming or because of their job then of course they are classed as a hero.. Get over yourself for goodness sake, it's people like you that drag others down.[/p][/quote]Your not an American by chance? they have the same simplistic attitude to acts most would consider decent behaviour. I have no need to get over myself and would welcome any help like this if I needed it, or would offer it if I was in the same situation. However bandying the word hero for an act like this is belittling the true hero's around us Hove Actually
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7:12pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Brightonian in Germany says...

ButtNuggets wrote:
Well done Toby. The rest of you can shut up.
Nicely put ButtNuggets, I agree with you entirely.
[quote][p][bold]ButtNuggets[/bold] wrote: Well done Toby. The rest of you can shut up.[/p][/quote]Nicely put ButtNuggets, I agree with you entirely. Brightonian in Germany
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7:37pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Withdean-er says...

They must be a family of heros:

The Argus of 22 August 2012

Seaford boy saves friend from drowning

http://www.theargus.
co.uk/news/9887043.S
eaford_boy_saves_fri
end_from_drowning/
They must be a family of heros: The Argus of 22 August 2012 Seaford boy saves friend from drowning http://www.theargus. co.uk/news/9887043.S eaford_boy_saves_fri end_from_drowning/ Withdean-er
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8:50pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Man of steel says...

mustaphaLeeko wrote:
runnergirl wrote:
lordenglandofsussex wrote:
willy harris wrote:
once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,?????????




?
I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice!
Er... when was that, exactly?
Lol!

Don't know your history do you, it was commonplace for people to have firearms until the gun control act of 1903.

Before that ANYBODY could own a firearm without any police checks etc etc.
The 1903 act just required you to get a license, followed by the 1920 act, but it was up until 1969 that you could still get a firearm for house and personal protection, although it was difficult after 1964.
[quote][p][bold]mustaphaLeeko[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]runnergirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lordenglandofsussex[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]willy harris[/bold] wrote: once more we have to put up with sub humans loose on the streets, when will people realise that these rats that do this kind of thing to other people are useless bags of ++++, that should never have drawn breath,one punishment,????????? ?[/p][/quote]I say back to the days of wearing a gun, then these cowardly scum will think twice![/p][/quote]Er... when was that, exactly?[/p][/quote]Lol! Don't know your history do you, it was commonplace for people to have firearms until the gun control act of 1903. Before that ANYBODY could own a firearm without any police checks etc etc.[/p][/quote]The 1903 act just required you to get a license, followed by the 1920 act, but it was up until 1969 that you could still get a firearm for house and personal protection, although it was difficult after 1964. Man of steel
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5:51am Tue 22 Jan 13

Mozartian says...

Have't you layabouts got anything to do but write these comments in The Argus?
Have't you layabouts got anything to do but write these comments in The Argus? Mozartian
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7:52am Tue 22 Jan 13

That'smyname says...

Hove Actually wrote:
That'smyname wrote:
Hove Actually wrote:
So a bloke who is out for a "walk" finds someone injured and does the decent thing, gets thanked ..........

Then people like you consider him a hero.

What descriptor do you have for firemen who run into a burning building or our servicemen currently in theatre, the police who do this on a daily basis?

He may be a decent person but I have to say again, Hero?
As i said if anyone saves someone by chance if their out walking or swimming or because of their job then of course they are classed as a hero.. Get over yourself for goodness sake, it's people like you that drag others down.
Your not an American by chance? they have the same simplistic attitude to acts most would consider decent behaviour.

I have no need to get over myself and would welcome any help like this if I needed it, or would offer it if I was in the same situation.
However bandying the word hero for an act like this is belittling the true hero's around us
Maybe it's you that would like to be the one who found someone or saved them? Negative comments are not needed on here, The guy should be thanked for finding someone and saving them. Do you have any idea what area they are talking about in Eastbourne? Maybe in your eyes he is not a hero but to the man he saved and his family I am sure he is.So why get yourself so worked up on here. Maybe if you were a little nicer you would feel differently :)
[quote][p][bold]Hove Actually[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]That'smyname[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hove Actually[/bold] wrote: So a bloke who is out for a "walk" finds someone injured and does the decent thing, gets thanked .......... Then people like you consider him a hero. What descriptor do you have for firemen who run into a burning building or our servicemen currently in theatre, the police who do this on a daily basis? He may be a decent person but I have to say again, Hero?[/p][/quote]As i said if anyone saves someone by chance if their out walking or swimming or because of their job then of course they are classed as a hero.. Get over yourself for goodness sake, it's people like you that drag others down.[/p][/quote]Your not an American by chance? they have the same simplistic attitude to acts most would consider decent behaviour. I have no need to get over myself and would welcome any help like this if I needed it, or would offer it if I was in the same situation. However bandying the word hero for an act like this is belittling the true hero's around us[/p][/quote]Maybe it's you that would like to be the one who found someone or saved them? Negative comments are not needed on here, The guy should be thanked for finding someone and saving them. Do you have any idea what area they are talking about in Eastbourne? Maybe in your eyes he is not a hero but to the man he saved and his family I am sure he is.So why get yourself so worked up on here. Maybe if you were a little nicer you would feel differently :) That'smyname
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8:15am Tue 22 Jan 13

That'smyname says...

Ballroom Blitz wrote:
Always slightly worrying to see a man whose arms are wider than his head.
Far to personal and a very unnecessary comment.
[quote][p][bold]Ballroom Blitz[/bold] wrote: Always slightly worrying to see a man whose arms are wider than his head.[/p][/quote]Far to personal and a very unnecessary comment. That'smyname
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2:21pm Tue 22 Jan 13

plantwoman says...

He's rather impressive looking, isn't he? Well done Toby.
He's rather impressive looking, isn't he? Well done Toby. plantwoman
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