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Tom Hardy: Real Life Action Hero!
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SCREEN tough guy Tom Hardy nabbed a thief after a Hollywood-style chase in the street.


The Taboo star, 39, sprinted after the crook, who crashed a stolen moped and fled.


A witness in Richmond, London, told yesterday how screen hardman Tom Hardy chased a thief through gardens and across a building site — before proudly announcing: “I caught the ****.”


He said Tom flew after the yob, who had crashed a stolen moped then fled.


The Legend, Batman and Taboo star vaulted walls as he sprinted after the crook — then grabbed him by the scruff of the neck and patted him down for concealed weapons.


Arun Pullen, 22, said: “It was mental – like he’d switched to superhero mode in an action movie. Two boys on the nicked moped had jumped a red light and smashed into a car.


“Tom must have been walking down the road. He went off like a shot in pursuit and looked furious. If the kid had been dumb enough to resist I reckon Tom would have given him a good hiding.”



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A"Crashing this moped...with no survivors."
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#3

He should have lifted the thief over his head and then broken his back on his knee.

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#4

When he caught him I hope he told him, "I have a use for you."

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#5

"He said Tom flew after the yob, who had crashed a stolen moped then fled."



Yob?

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#6

I always thought "Yob" was Russian for "Job", but that just makes no damn sense.

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#7
A"Given him a good hiding."
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#8
Awatch out drew!
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Originally Posted by TzuDohNihm View Post
 

When he caught him I hope he told him, "I have a use for you."



'I caught the cunt' is tough to beat though.




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Originally Posted by Jmurdoch View Post
 

Yob?


yob

noun



BRITISH



informal


a rude, noisy, and aggressive youth.

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Originally Posted by Jmurdoch View Post
 

"He said Tom flew after the yob, who had crashed a stolen moped then fled."



Yob?



Yob.



Crikey, us Brits and you Americans really are divided by a common language, aren't we?

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#11
AWe Americans pride ourselves on our limited vocabularies. You, uh, yob.
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#12

That's fucking awesome.  I hope he worked some Bane one-liners in there somewhere.

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A[quote name="Codename" url="/community/t/159313/tom-hardy-real-life-action-hero#post_4276345"]"Crashing this moped...with no survivors."[/quote]

I simply cannot see a Bane line in print without mumbling an impression to myself. It's impossible.
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Originally Posted by JacknifeJohnny View Post


I simply cannot see a Bane line in print without mumbling an impression to myself. It's impossible.


Thank goodness I am not alone.



I also do this when I wear a Respirator at work. Helps get the cadence juuuuuust right.

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A[quote name="JacknifeJohnny" url="/community/t/159313/tom-hardy-real-life-action-hero#post_4279277"]
I simply cannot see a Bane line in print without mumbling an impression to myself. It's impossible.[/quote]

At least you get Hardy's actual performance stuck in your head. Auralnauts parodies have ruined me.

"This is your body without fiber!"
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#16
AI'm going to stuff my mask hole with so much cake!
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#17
Ac'mon guys, let's not stand on ceremony here.
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