03 August 2010

The true meaning of hands-free

Leave your cell phone accessories alone, here comes the real life:

Two patients with fractured hands staged a brawl in the Moscow City Hospital No. 6. As a result, one of the bullies broke his leg. A criminal case was initiated with regard to the instigator of the conflict...

The cause of quarrel was the place in the queue for the procedure. The dispute about who will be first turned into a brawl, during which a patient pushed his opponent, who fell and broke his leg.
Now, how do you handcuff a person with broken hands?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Their wrists aren't broken. Handcuffs go around the wrist.

Besides - it's a stupid question. If their hands were broken - how could they fight? (Yeah, yeah. Ever seen a person with a broken hand try and fight?)

Carolyn Ann

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Thank you, Carolyn Ann. From the depths of my bottomless stupidity.

As for seeing a a person with a broken hand try and fight - I, again because of my above mentioned stupidity, thought that this is exactly what the story is about. Oh well...

Elisson said...

How do you handcuff a person with broken hands?  With broken handcuffs.

I suppose they could fight by exchanging head-butts... no fisticuffs required.

jams o donnell said...

Fighting with broken hands? If they did then they must have been that subset of nutters known as the mad mental buggers!

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Nope. It is mad mental buggers on cheap vodka!

SnoopyTheGoon said...

You forgot the legs, Elisson. Never forget the legs!

Anonymous said...

As a man sows, so he shall reap.............................................................

Dick Stanley said...

Hey, wait a minute. Broken hands equals casts on hands. Chain the casts. Deadlier weapons than hands. those casts.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

The question is when they got arrested. It seems that was before the casts.