Seven Men Bailed As Investigation Continues Into Fight In Sandown

Seven men were arrested after Friday night/Saturday morning’s large fight in Sandown

Following our report on Saturday of the large fight in Sandown on Friday night/Saturday morning, this in from the Police. In their own words. Ed

Police can confirm they were called to reports of a fight involving around 20 people in the Victoria Road area of Sandown on the Isle of Wight shortly before 3am on the morning of Saturday, September 3, 2011.

At least two people were reported to have received serious injuries, which were not life-threatening.

Seven men, aged between 19 and 27, were arrested on suspicion of affray and violent disorder.

These seven suspects, which included four from Surrey and three from the Isle of Wight, were all questioned and bailed until November 1, 2011 pending further enquiries.

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Anyone with information about the fight can contact police by phoning 101. From outside Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, call police on 0845 045 45 45. Mini-Com users can call the police on 01962 875000.

Information can be given anonymously by calling the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.

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Monday, 5th September, 2011 10:04am

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17 Comments

  1. Steve The YAK's comment is rated +15 Vote +1 Vote -1

    5.Sep.2011 10:14am

    Put all people committed of un-social behaviour into the Stocks! This will create a demand for stocks, which should help to increase the stock market.

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  2. Steve The YAK's comment is rated +20 Vote +1 Vote -1

    5.Sep.2011 10:18am

    Seeing as we can’t hit them anymore, I think we should superglue unruly teenagers together.
    As the saying goes if you cant beat them you may as well join them.

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  3. PAUL MULLERY's comment is rated +2 Vote +1 Vote -1

    5.Sep.2011 5:02pm

    You should be appearing at the Edinburgh Fringe Steve!

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  4. Miffed's comment is rated +2 Vote +1 Vote -1

    5.Sep.2011 7:36pm

    Of course, we could do as Andrew Turner MP suggests and bring back hanging.

    That way, to use ‘Yoof Speak’, they can all hang togever

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    • Miffed's comment is rated +2 Vote +1 Vote -1

      5.Sep.2011 7:37pm

    • Steve The YAK's comment is rated +3 Vote +1 Vote -1

      5.Sep.2011 7:44pm

      I prefer Hanging Baskets actually. Ah! That’s it! Let’s hang the baskets!

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    • PAUL MULLERY's comment is rated +3 Vote +1 Vote -1

      6.Sep.2011 9:32am

      Your comment, Miffed, reminds me of a former Lord Chief Justice – Lord Goddard. He was a sadistic piece of work. A barrister who wrote a book about him, mentioned the following:

      When Goddard was at school, he had capital punishment leanings. He would often recite the words of judges when sentencing the condemned to death.

      His favourite anecdote at dinners or his club was to relate the tale of how he had sentenced three men in the dock to hang. Just has he said “.. and may the Lord have mercy on your soul” an organ grinder outside the court started up with the Eton Boating song – We’ll all swing together.

      He also related the tale of how he got off a train and asked a porter to carry his bag. He omitted to tip the man who said “don’t you give porters anything” He replied “on the contrary, I once had occasion to give a porter 15 years.

      A nasty piece of work.

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  5. Mr J's comment is rated +3 Vote +1 Vote -1

    6.Sep.2011 9:44am

    Sounds like he had a well developed sense of humour to me.

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    • PAUL MULLERY's comment is rated +4 Vote +1 Vote -1

      6.Sep.2011 10:11am

      One think I forgot to mention in the barrister’s book. Goddard used to get sexual satisfaction when pronouncing the death sentence. Apparently, his clerk noted that he ejaculated into his trousers when pronouncing sentence. Probably due to typical upper class disinterested/cold parenting.

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      • Steve The YAK's comment is rated +3 Vote +1 Vote -1

        6.Sep.2011 10:22am

        Talking about hanging; I remember asking a hunting friend of mine who liked game, if he hung his pheasants.
        He said, “No, I just shoot the buggers!”

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      • mark francis's comment is rated +2 Vote +1 Vote -1

        6.Sep.2011 2:10pm

        This is apprently totally true. In fact it was said that he would have a spare pair of trousers laid out.

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