It’s was a heartening thing being at Fan Expo Canada in Toronto last weekend and not only observing the large “Cosplay is no Consent” signs near the main convention hall, but seeing shutterbugs by and large abide by said sign and asking permission before taking a picture. (Myself included.) Evidently, some of us still need to be taught a lesson. The Atlanta police are rallying the fan community in a “calling all cars moment” as they seek out a suspect that sexually assault a Dragon Con attendee this past Saturday night. There’s a $2,000 reward out for information that leads to the arrest of the suspect, but for fans it’s seems there’s something more at stake: principle. (more…)
A woman dressed as She-Hulk is sought by UK Police in connection with a violent assault outside the Blake street McDonald’s in York. The green colored woman, believed to be a 5ft 8in tall white woman in her late teens or early twenties under all that green body paint, is suspected in an assault on a 17 year old York girl who was left with bruising to her face and a black eye after the attack.
Police report that the incident occurred just after 3am on Friday, April 26 outside the McDonald’s, a known neighborhood hot spot of incidents of drunken revelry and violent incidents. The North Yorkshire Police report 122 incidents connected to that McDonald’s over the last 17 months.
So many incidents in fact that the City of York Council held hearings and revoked McDonald’s 24 hour operation license and required the fast food restaurant to shut down after midnight during the week and at 1AM on Fridays, Saturdays, Bank Holidays, and Race-days.
If you witnessed the assault or can identify the woman I need to speak to about this incident, I ask that you contact the police or Crimestoppers straight away.”
The pictures were gathered from the York CCTV system which consists of 78 cameras positioned at various locations around the city. They serve the dual purpose of assisting traffic management and promoting community safety.
Anyone who can help the police with their inquiries is asked to phone PC Hunter on 101 or email email@example.com
Seriously, someone out there knows this person or took a picture of her at some point that day. What’s the first thing a person these days does when they see a green skinned woman on the street? Take out their phone and snap a picture. There’s probably some UK Facebook page with tons of pictures from that nights escapade.