Transgender attacked girl, 19, with hammer, because of parking dispute.

Those nice, normal transgender people who you’d never suspect were trans, right?


Trans with hammer

In St Helen’s, Liverpool, England, a man posing as a woman got enraged because of a dispute over a disabled parking space at a KFC. He had parked in it although he was not disabled. When asked not to, he went to the boot of his car, grabbed a hammer and attacked the young woman in her own car. An air ambulance had to be called to deal with the emergency. 

The incident was captured on video by someone with a mobile phone. 

The press reported it as a spat between “two women” and talked of a “hammer threat”. It was a lot more than that, if you look at the video posted on Twitter.

In an argument over a disabled parking space at a Liverpool KFC, a trans woman went to the boot of their car and took out a hammer before attacking a 16 year old girl with it. The media is saying ‘a woman has been arrested’

“TWO women” have been arrested after reports of a car park fight where a woman was in possession of a hammer.

Police were called to Stonedale Retail Park on East Lancs Road, Liverpool on Wednesday, May 8 at around 7.15pm, to reports of an altercation in a car park near to KFC, and threats being made by a woman in possession of a hammer.

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55-year-old Carol Lea from Bosworth Road in St Helens has been charged with possessing an offensive weapon in a public place and threatening behaviour and released on conditional bail pending further enquiries.

A 56-year-old woman from St Helens was arrested on suspicion of affray and was cautioned for threatening behaviour.

A third woman, aged 19, was reported as having sustained a head injury, believed to have been from a punch.

She was taken to hospital for assessment.

Witness and CCTV enquiries are ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact @MerPolCC, call 101 with reference 19100230164 or @CrimestoppersUK anonymously on 0800 555111.

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