Jackie Danicki was attacked on the Bakerloo line yesterday, but had the presence of mind - and the courage - to take a photograph of the culprit. Apart from the fact that she had to endure 15 minutes of abuse and assault before anyone intervened, the most depressing part of the story is that "it didn’t actually occur to me to go to the police at all." She did in the end, but what does that tell you about life in London? Interesting, too, that she had to wait nearly two hours to see an officer.
SECOND THOUGHTS: Was she wrong to reproduce the photo? I don't think so. Was it OK for other bloggers to post it? That's a trickier one, but, on balance, the answer is yes.