in other news, he sounds sexy. I want to have a sexy man voice like that one day.After being thrown on the ground and handcuffed, the former Oxford don was formally arrested, his hands cuffed behind his back. Several policemen pressed hard on his neck and chest, leaving the mild-mannered scholar, who's never gotten so much as a parking ticket, bruised and in pain. He was then taken to the city detention center along with other accused felons and thrown into a filthy jail cell filled with prisoners. He remained incarcerated for eight hours. Officials demanded bail of over a thousand dollars.
Yes, in many places. I don't have the figures on-hand, but people being run over by horse-coaches was very common in cities, and often fatal.Originally Posted by skylark
Was jaywalking a crime before the advent of automobiles? Did horse & buggy always have the right of way in bygone eras?