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Printed in the 'Pathfinder' UK military interest magazine.


Default Bad guy sticks knife into Australian SAS Trooper.......... Guess what happens next


Just finishing off Pathfinder Online this week and came across this story....


PERTH - An SAS trooper collecting toys for children was stabbed when he helped stop a suspected shoplifter in east Perth.


The 'Toys-R-Us' Store Manager told 'The West Australian' that man was seen on surveillance cameras last Friday putting a laptop under his jacket at the store.


When confronted, the man became irate, knocked down an employee, pulled a knife and ran toward the door. Outside were four SAS Troopers collecting toys for the "Toys For Tots" program.


The store Manager said the Troopers stopped the man, but he stabbed one of them, in the back with 10" carving knife. Fortunately, the cut did not appear to be severe and required only a band aid.


The suspect was transported by ambulance to the Royal Perth Hospital with two broken arms, a broken leg, possible broken ribs, multiple contusions and assorted lacerations including a broken nose and jaw...


Injuries he apparently sustained when he tripped whilst trying to run after the stabbing.

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:D Good one Algy and my other half liked it too too. He laughed and said he likes the Australians :wink:


Can you imagine if the same had happened over here though.. what a massive compo claim that would be eh regarldess of 'how' it actually happened :shock::?

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