Appeal after argument outside shops

Southend Standard: Appeal after argument outside shops Appeal after argument outside shops

TWO women had an argument outside Primark.

One woman, in her 30s from Grays, was assaulted and received minor injuries in the altercation.

Another woman, in her 20s and also from Grays, has told an account of her actions to officers.

It happened at the Intu Lakeside Shopping Centre outside Primark at 7.10pm on Friday, Anybody that can help is asked to contact Pc Mike Deats on Essex Police 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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5:32pm Sun 18 May 14

Kim Gandy says...

And this is worthy of police investigation?

It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice.

Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it.

But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now.

THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop.
And this is worthy of police investigation? It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice. Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it. But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now. THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 28

5:40pm Sun 18 May 14

ThurrockResident says...

Were they from Chavford Hundred?
Were they from Chavford Hundred? ThurrockResident
  • Score: 18

5:41pm Sun 18 May 14

Gym And Steroid Lover says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
And this is worthy of police investigation?

It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice.

Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it.

But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now.

THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop.
For once, I actually agree with you. Remember the date, 18/5/14. I'm curious to know though about the investigation you are in contact about with the PCC. Probably something that is just as stupid as the above article. Caravans on the A130? Hmmm....
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: And this is worthy of police investigation? It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice. Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it. But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now. THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop.[/p][/quote]For once, I actually agree with you. Remember the date, 18/5/14. I'm curious to know though about the investigation you are in contact about with the PCC. Probably something that is just as stupid as the above article. Caravans on the A130? Hmmm.... Gym And Steroid Lover
  • Score: -10

6:08pm Sun 18 May 14

Howard Cháse says...

Slow news day?
Slow news day? Howard Cháse
  • Score: 9

6:16pm Sun 18 May 14

Kim Gandy says...

Gym And Steroid Lover wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
And this is worthy of police investigation?

It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice.

Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it.

But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now.

THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop.
For once, I actually agree with you. Remember the date, 18/5/14. I'm curious to know though about the investigation you are in contact about with the PCC. Probably something that is just as stupid as the above article. Caravans on the A130? Hmmm....
Well when you find out how your public money is being wasted, you might not be so sarcastic.

And I couldn't give a toss whether you agree with me or not.

That whole issue has more to it than you know about. And there will be a lot of people who won't be pleased when they realise what is going on.

But whether or not you think it is important is a matter of supreme indifference to me thanks.
[quote][p][bold]Gym And Steroid Lover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: And this is worthy of police investigation? It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice. Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it. But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now. THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop.[/p][/quote]For once, I actually agree with you. Remember the date, 18/5/14. I'm curious to know though about the investigation you are in contact about with the PCC. Probably something that is just as stupid as the above article. Caravans on the A130? Hmmm....[/p][/quote]Well when you find out how your public money is being wasted, you might not be so sarcastic. And I couldn't give a toss whether you agree with me or not. That whole issue has more to it than you know about. And there will be a lot of people who won't be pleased when they realise what is going on. But whether or not you think it is important is a matter of supreme indifference to me thanks. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 15

8:13pm Sun 18 May 14

Kim Gandy says...

Good, judging by the response, looks like I hit a nerve.

If the cap fits...

you morons walk into it every time... I just will not be defeated by people with the IQ of a pickled gherkin.
Good, judging by the response, looks like I hit a nerve. If the cap fits... you morons walk into it every time... I just will not be defeated by people with the IQ of a pickled gherkin. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 14

8:31pm Sun 18 May 14

Richy don't shine shoes no more says...

Must have been like the Jeremy Kyle roadshow. Would have loved to have seen it.

Not sure why the police or press care though
Must have been like the Jeremy Kyle roadshow. Would have loved to have seen it. Not sure why the police or press care though Richy don't shine shoes no more
  • Score: 10

8:55pm Sun 18 May 14

Gym And Steroid Lover says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Good, judging by the response, looks like I hit a nerve.

If the cap fits...

you morons walk into it every time... I just will not be defeated by people with the IQ of a pickled gherkin.
My IQ is actually 147.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Good, judging by the response, looks like I hit a nerve. If the cap fits... you morons walk into it every time... I just will not be defeated by people with the IQ of a pickled gherkin.[/p][/quote]My IQ is actually 147. Gym And Steroid Lover
  • Score: -24

10:01pm Sun 18 May 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
And this is worthy of police investigation?

It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice.

Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it.

But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now.

THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop.
Your curtains must twitch like there is a full scale moth riot taking place within them..

I wonder if passer-by's are aware you are peering down on them from your flat..beady eyed?
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: And this is worthy of police investigation? It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice. Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it. But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now. THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop.[/p][/quote]Your curtains must twitch like there is a full scale moth riot taking place within them.. I wonder if passer-by's are aware you are peering down on them from your flat..beady eyed? ThisYear
  • Score: -21

10:04pm Sun 18 May 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Gym And Steroid Lover wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
And this is worthy of police investigation?

It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice.

Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it.

But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now.

THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop.
For once, I actually agree with you. Remember the date, 18/5/14. I'm curious to know though about the investigation you are in contact about with the PCC. Probably something that is just as stupid as the above article. Caravans on the A130? Hmmm....
Well when you find out how your public money is being wasted, you might not be so sarcastic.

And I couldn't give a toss whether you agree with me or not.

That whole issue has more to it than you know about. And there will be a lot of people who won't be pleased when they realise what is going on.

But whether or not you think it is important is a matter of supreme indifference to me thanks.
*Well when you find out how your public money is being wasted, you might not be so sarcastic*

You dont pay taxes do you Gandy?

Im sure many are aware the minute the government get their hands on peoples money its wasted...paying off debts on bank loans..
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gym And Steroid Lover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: And this is worthy of police investigation? It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice. Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it. But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now. THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop.[/p][/quote]For once, I actually agree with you. Remember the date, 18/5/14. I'm curious to know though about the investigation you are in contact about with the PCC. Probably something that is just as stupid as the above article. Caravans on the A130? Hmmm....[/p][/quote]Well when you find out how your public money is being wasted, you might not be so sarcastic. And I couldn't give a toss whether you agree with me or not. That whole issue has more to it than you know about. And there will be a lot of people who won't be pleased when they realise what is going on. But whether or not you think it is important is a matter of supreme indifference to me thanks.[/p][/quote]*Well when you find out how your public money is being wasted, you might not be so sarcastic* You dont pay taxes do you Gandy? Im sure many are aware the minute the government get their hands on peoples money its wasted...paying off debts on bank loans.. ThisYear
  • Score: -19

8:57am Mon 19 May 14

ebagumtrebor says...

Open ended stories like this lead people to speculate. Generally when no descriptions are involved, it involves an ethnic minority somewhere along the line. It could well even be that one of the people involved is claiming the incident was racially motivated, which is why the police are asking for witnesses. To the police, this would make it their highest priority to prosecute.
Open ended stories like this lead people to speculate. Generally when no descriptions are involved, it involves an ethnic minority somewhere along the line. It could well even be that one of the people involved is claiming the incident was racially motivated, which is why the police are asking for witnesses. To the police, this would make it their highest priority to prosecute. ebagumtrebor
  • Score: 4

10:02am Mon 19 May 14

jb411 says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
And this is worthy of police investigation?

It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice.

Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it.

But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now.

THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop.
Could have kept it classy and fought outside House of Fraser!
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: And this is worthy of police investigation? It happens every summer weekend night in Rayleigh. Nobody takes a blind bit of notice. Minor injuries? If it was a full blown fisticuffs resulting in hospitalisation I could understand it. But I fail to see why police time should be wasted on a couple of harpies having a row when there are far more pressing matters that need investigating, one of which I am in contact with the PCC about now. THAT has far more potential impact on the public than a catfight outside a shop.[/p][/quote]Could have kept it classy and fought outside House of Fraser! jb411
  • Score: 7

10:08am Mon 19 May 14

jb411 says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Good, judging by the response, looks like I hit a nerve.

If the cap fits...

you morons walk into it every time... I just will not be defeated by people with the IQ of a pickled gherkin.
You call other people morons?

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[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Good, judging by the response, looks like I hit a nerve. If the cap fits... you morons walk into it every time... I just will not be defeated by people with the IQ of a pickled gherkin.[/p][/quote]You call other people morons? http://edlnews.co.uk /index.php/latest-ne ws/latest-news/1000- uncaring-in-the-comm unity-kim-gandy-expo sed jb411
  • Score: 6

10:39am Mon 19 May 14

d_2da_ougle says...

is that the same person as kim gandy then
is that the same person as kim gandy then d_2da_ougle
  • Score: 4

7:43pm Mon 19 May 14

ThisYear says...

d_2da_ougle wrote:
is that the same person as kim gandy then
She will deny it... of course.
[quote][p][bold]d_2da_ougle[/bold] wrote: is that the same person as kim gandy then[/p][/quote]She will deny it... of course. ThisYear
  • Score: -6

9:48am Tue 20 May 14

Thurrockbob says...

Gym And Steroid Lover wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
Good, judging by the response, looks like I hit a nerve.

If the cap fits...

you morons walk into it every time... I just will not be defeated by people with the IQ of a pickled gherkin.
My IQ is actually 147.
14.7 more like! ;o)
[quote][p][bold]Gym And Steroid Lover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Good, judging by the response, looks like I hit a nerve. If the cap fits... you morons walk into it every time... I just will not be defeated by people with the IQ of a pickled gherkin.[/p][/quote]My IQ is actually 147.[/p][/quote]14.7 more like! ;o) Thurrockbob
  • Score: 5

1:36pm Tue 20 May 14

BasildonDond says...

ebagumtrebor wrote:
Open ended stories like this lead people to speculate. Generally when no descriptions are involved, it involves an ethnic minority somewhere along the line. It could well even be that one of the people involved is claiming the incident was racially motivated, which is why the police are asking for witnesses. To the police, this would make it their highest priority to prosecute.
that's a huge part of the problem nowadays - "ethnic minorities" - you must mean 'British White', because looking around the majority of Britain, 'British White' are the minority
[quote][p][bold]ebagumtrebor[/bold] wrote: Open ended stories like this lead people to speculate. Generally when no descriptions are involved, it involves an ethnic minority somewhere along the line. It could well even be that one of the people involved is claiming the incident was racially motivated, which is why the police are asking for witnesses. To the police, this would make it their highest priority to prosecute.[/p][/quote]that's a huge part of the problem nowadays - "ethnic minorities" - you must mean 'British White', because looking around the majority of Britain, 'British White' are the minority BasildonDond
  • Score: -1

10:36pm Tue 20 May 14

ThisYear says...

BasildonDond wrote:
ebagumtrebor wrote:
Open ended stories like this lead people to speculate. Generally when no descriptions are involved, it involves an ethnic minority somewhere along the line. It could well even be that one of the people involved is claiming the incident was racially motivated, which is why the police are asking for witnesses. To the police, this would make it their highest priority to prosecute.
that's a huge part of the problem nowadays - "ethnic minorities" - you must mean 'British White', because looking around the majority of Britain, 'British White' are the minority
Are you absolutely sure about that?
[quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ebagumtrebor[/bold] wrote: Open ended stories like this lead people to speculate. Generally when no descriptions are involved, it involves an ethnic minority somewhere along the line. It could well even be that one of the people involved is claiming the incident was racially motivated, which is why the police are asking for witnesses. To the police, this would make it their highest priority to prosecute.[/p][/quote]that's a huge part of the problem nowadays - "ethnic minorities" - you must mean 'British White', because looking around the majority of Britain, 'British White' are the minority[/p][/quote]Are you absolutely sure about that? ThisYear
  • Score: -3

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