Your headline, "Justice was on my side" (The Argus, September 2) seemed to suggest Chris Eubank did nothing wrong.

The article should have made it quite clear a criminal offence was committed - something the jubilant Mr Eubank seems to have overlooked.

Anyone thinking of doing the same thing should be reminded they will be given a criminal record, or possibly be imprisoned for up to six months or be banned from driving. Something the self-styled public hero should consider if he does it again.

I wonder how our retired pugilist would feel if some opportunist car criminal took his motor without consent. I assume he would applaud loudly and refuse to support a prosecution.

-Rod McIntyre, Hove