- Mon Sep 10, 2012 3:23 pm #256571
Also: in 2010, she told a friend:mhunt wrote:Lies here from Petronella Wyatt:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... roads.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
She published the same article in 2010
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/artic ... -down.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
(more-or-less, a few words have been changed)
However in 2010 she claimed that her mother had just been run down after dark near her home in North London [St Johns Wood] while crossing the road by a hit-and-run cyclist with no lights, fell on her back and hit her head, and was taken to hospital by a passer-by, and suffered a broken arm.
In 2012 she claimed that her mother had suffered a broken arm having been knocked down by a hit-and-run cyclist who had run a red light on August 16th 2012, while shopping in Regent Street (which is not near her home, and is not North London), and had her 'seemingly inert body' dragged onto the pavement and was taken to hospital by ambulance.
She then claims that her mother was again hit by a hit-and-run cyclist in September 2012 ('twice within a month'), while crossing the road near her home in North London, damaging her previously broken arm, and her eye.
In 2010 she claimed that she had her bag stolen by a youth on a bike riding on the pavement, '2 years ago' (2008 presumably, though 2007 would also be 2 years before publication)
In 2012 she claimed that she had been mugged by 'Lycra Louts' a whole 'gang of youth on bikes', and this occurred in 2012.
The most recent article has 560 comments. I don't know if any part of the story is true, or it is all lies, but clearly she has lied about many aspects of what happened, and perhaps the whole thing is made up.
In 2012, she told a friend:She looked as if she was going to laugh. She could not suppress a gurgling sound before she managed to compose her features into the correct position of commiseration and shock, and say: 'How awful!'
I could hear a convulsion in his voice. It sounded like stifled laughter. He could not repress a gurgling sound before he managed to compose himself to express sympathy and shock. 'Again? How awful!'