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Old 10-06-2009, 08:38 PM   #5
Nathan Doherty
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Re: Chasing down a pickpocketer

I would not call this a weakness of senses, as you described. As you sensed something was wrong initially, and it wasn't confirmed until the usher said 'lets get him', so you knew he had in fact stolen something. It was probably rather obvious once he was running out with cash, though imagine if you would have tackled him or whatever when you first saw him running and he had not in fact stolen anything. Your initial senses were good, and in my opinion, the sense you demonstrated in not overeacting before having complete information was even more impressive.

I would of been delighted if he would of resisted. Pounding a scumbag thief into the ground would be a pleasure.

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