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On Saturday morning, I received an email from ‘anonymous’
Banditing London Marathon
You really do seem to put a lot of effort to the articles in your site, even though I don’t agree with their purpose. You will not like what I’m gonna do, but I’m gonna do it anyway.
I’m ready for tomorrow with a plan A, B, C, …, Z. I may not even need to use one of these bad boys.
Have a good day,Anon
I have not written about individual bandits in probably 2 years. However, I am solidly anti-bandit.
Banditing the London Marathon is probably not the best idea. This is the race that pressed charges leading to a homeless man spending time in jail.
The case of the homeless bandit is, in my opinion less egregious of an offense than someone that forges bibs, and uses those bibs to steal services and amenities from the race.
In 2018, Runner’s World posted an article that received heavy criticism. I wrote an article criticizing the article and referencing the many reasons why banditing a race is never acceptable.
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