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Crow 137 | 7,721
25 Mar 2010 #1
Polish nightclub guard whacks off client's hand with saber

en.rian.ru/world/20100315/158206679.html

A nightclub security guard in Poland's Krakow chopped off a client's hand using a saber, a spokesman for the regional police said on Monday.

The spokesman said police authorities arrived at the nightclub early on Monday morning after a alarm went off and saw two men running out of the building with one of them attacking the other and chopping off his hand.

He said the 27-year-old man was immediately hospitalized, while police are trying to find out why the 33-year-old guard attacked the client.

"The detained guard refuses to testify," he said.

horror of night life
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 468
25 Mar 2010 #2
could you provide a link? but, you know, something believable?
andy b 4 | 156
25 Mar 2010 #4
Here's a link:

newpolandexpress.pl/polish_news_story-1842-bouncer_hacks_off_punter's_hand.php

A bouncer of a sex club in Krakow has been arrested for hacking off the wrist of a customer with a machete after he refused to pay for the club's services.
enkidu 7 | 623
25 Mar 2010 #5
Sadly it wasn't a sabre. I was a machete. Shock and shame!
How we possibly can be considered a civilized country if such a thing is exposed in the world media? Machete is a tool. There is no honor, no style, no form in it.
time means 5 | 1,310
25 Mar 2010 #6
Maybe he wouldn't get his round in?
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444
25 Mar 2010 #7
How we possibly can be considered a civilized country if such a thing is exposed in the world media

that was mafia crime, it was a notorious sex joint......
wildrover 98 | 4,451
25 Mar 2010 #8
Perhaps he was just playing cards....and threw his hand in....?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
25 Mar 2010 #9
I think the fact that it is not hidden shows that Poland is a civilized country although this was such a brutal attack. I would be much more afraid if it was not talked about. Unfortunately instances like this happen in every country.

Maybe he wouldn't get his round in?

Some newspapers say that is what happened but lets face it if the security guy had a machete, he was looking to use it.

He chopped of his hand but according to one newspaper report, the victim was trying to defend himself while the nutter was swinging at him, so it should be attempted murder.

that was mafia crime

Do you really think the mafia care about some punter?
I am generally of the opinion that the mafia do not care about joe public but businessmen and people in positions of power.

Really I think it is obvious that if the bouncer had a machete, he was crazy.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
25 Mar 2010 #10
Unfortunately instances like this happen in every country.

No they dont.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
25 Mar 2010 #11
yes, they do. I have heard of few machete attacks in Ireland, with people getting their hands cut off. Where are you really from RN?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Mar 2010 #12
Well, in many countries I'd say. Bouncers are renowned for their boorish ways. There were hardly any in Japan, though. In fact, I remember none.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
25 Mar 2010 #13
In fact, I remember none.

What about sword attacks?

Or are we going to split hairs between saber, sword or machete?
A big feckin knife used to chop someone up.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Mar 2010 #14
Nah, the samurai was just for demonstration and cultural preservation. The Japanese are so much more disciplined than many Western nations.

Using a machete is just asking for trouble. Bouncers should not abuse their privelege.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
25 Mar 2010 #15
What about the Yakuza? I am sure if I google it, I will find an attack in Japan using a sword cutting off someone's hand.

Edit*

I have heard from people who have lived and visited Japan that it is over all one of the safest countries in the world but safe or otherwise, there are always nutters.

A MAN rammed a lorry into a crowd of shoppers, jumped out and went on a stabbing spree in central Tokyo yesterday, killing at least seven people and wounding ten others.

The killings are the latest in a series of grisly knifings that have stoked fears of rising crime in Japan.

OP Crow 137 | 7,721
25 Mar 2010 #16
could you provide a link? but, you know, something believable?

brate, RIANOVOSTI are ok. Batter then CNN, BBC, DEUTSCHE WELLE or ALL JAZEERA

still, no batter then Warsaw Voice. :)

ow we possibly can be considered a civilized country if such a thing is exposed in the world media?

he, he... i know what you mean... come to Poland but don`t provoke security stuff. They could chop off your hand if nervous

Poland is such a exotic place ;)

Unfortunately instances like this happen in every country.

you can say that way
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
25 Mar 2010 #17
No they dont.

Yes they do

Walthamstow 'stabbing' victim dies 8 March 2010
Stabbing incident, Coalisland 21 Feb 2010

Good to see that Sarmatian tradition is still alive and well, perhaps Karabela Polska would have been a preferred weapon to practice the art of sword fighting but if you deal with a savage machete is just as good. Besides it's just a palm of his hand that he lost which was promptly reattached and not his head.
OP Crow 137 | 7,721
25 Mar 2010 #18
people, people, see.... Serbian Ratko Mladic definitely hide somewhere in Poland. He is practically at home
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
25 Mar 2010 #19
That's the picture of machete used, is it Ratkos? It seen its day.
OP Crow 137 | 7,721
25 Mar 2010 #20
no. Ratko don`t need machete
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
25 Mar 2010 #21
Still, it's good to have one handy, for the savages you know ;-) The scary thing is that the bouncer is a pseudo fan of one of the football teams in Kraków.
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
25 Mar 2010 #22
I have heard of few machete attacks in Ireland, with people getting their hands cut off.

Show me where a bouncer chopped a punters hand off. Thanks a million.
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
25 Mar 2010 #23
Here the Irish savage bashed the head of a woman with a machete and fractured her skull. Two deny hatchet, machete attack.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
25 Mar 2010 #24
Unfortunately instances like this happen in every country.

Show me where a bouncer chopped a punters hand off. Thanks a million.

I said ''like this'' bud, can ya read?
OP Crow 137 | 7,721
25 Mar 2010 #25
Still, it's good to have one handy, for the savages you know ;-)

yes, you are right. Some mujas invaded region here. Grass is crazy about them

The scary thing is that the bouncer is a pseudo fan of one of the football teams in Kraków.

sent him to deal with mujas on Kosovo

I have heard of few machete attacks in Ireland, with people getting their hands cut off.

ah, Ireland is so romantic
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
25 Mar 2010 #26
Looks like he won't be able to do traveling anytime soon. By the time he's out Kosovo will once again be Serbian.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
25 Mar 2010 #27
The yakuza did kill an American marine in Hiroshima when I was there but he was trespassing on their girls. I don't know the murder implement. They chop your finger off as part of the initiation ceremony. Remind me to opt out of that one.
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
25 Mar 2010 #28
They chop your finger off as part of the initiation ceremony.

I think that's done only when they disgrace themselves.
OP Crow 137 | 7,721
25 Mar 2010 #29
yes, they doing it when they are happy, too. Strange people. More i understand how this world is crazy, more i feel joy for i am Slavic
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
25 Mar 2010 #30
Here the Irish savage bashed the head of a woman with a machete and fractured her skull.

Pikeys.


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