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messageIncidents on Peckham Rye
Posted by Joy1234 May 20, 10:41AM

Hi all.
Just thought I’d make you aware that on Monday and Tuesday I was harassed twice by the same guy whilst sitting on Peckham Rye park. The first incident on Monday Afternoon I was sat in an area around the Sexby Gardens lying down doing some work. I looked behind me and a man was looking over me wearing a black face mask, black beanie, black hoody, black leather gloves and dark jeans. He swiftly walked away when I noticed him but returned twice until I said he was bothering me. Initially I obviously thought he was looking to steal my phone so had swiftly put it away somewhere safe.
Yesterday at around 11.30am I was sitting in the open area opposite Harris Boys when the same man comes charging into me from behind knocking me and falling flat in front of me. Nothing was stolen but when I confronted him he got fairly aggressive. A few women witnessed this and were really lovely and checked if I was ok. I have reported suspicious behaviour to Peckham police and tried to get hold of the park warden but with no luck.

Just wanted to flag on here so people are aware of this man potentially scoping out people by themselves and looking for targets. He looks fairly intimidating dressed all in black with the face mask and beanie and gloves so quite noticeable. He looks quite young, maybe early twenties, black, and is around 6ft.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was may 20, 10:46am by Joy1234.

messageRe: Incidents on Peckham Rye
Posted by alice May 20, 03:41PM

Did you dial 999?

messageRe: Incidents on Peckham Rye
Posted by Joy1234 May 20, 10:23PM

Yes, reported to Peckham police and Park warden is aware

messageRe: Incidents on Peckham Rye
Posted by alice May 20, 10:28PM

That’s rough on you. I would’ve thought they’d send a car straight away.

messageRe: Incidents on Peckham Rye
Posted by PnB May 22, 11:59AM

If i had witnessed this he would be leaving in an emergency services vehicle, but would be going to Kings rather than the nearest cop shop. I do not understand why people stand by and do nothing when these incidents occur, this man clearly needs a bit of a kicking to keep him in line.

messageRe: Incidents on Peckham Rye
Posted by seenbeen May 22, 12:27PM

PnB Wrote:
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> If i had witnessed this he would be leaving in an
> emergency services vehicle, but would be going to
> Kings rather than the nearest cop shop. I do not
> understand why people stand by and do nothing when
> these incidents occur, this man clearly needs a
> bit of a kicking to keep him in line.

Those were the days- the deterrent of a kicking IN the cop shop!!

messageRe: Incidents on Peckham Rye
Posted by JohnL May 22, 12:47PM

seenbeen Wrote:
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> PnB Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > If i had witnessed this he would be leaving in
> an
> > emergency services vehicle, but would be going
> to
> > Kings rather than the nearest cop shop. I do
> not
> > understand why people stand by and do nothing
> when
> > these incidents occur, this man clearly needs a
> > bit of a kicking to keep him in line.
>
> Those were the days- the deterrent of a kicking IN
> the cop shop!!

It was in the Black Maria in Swansea smiling smiley


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