No backward steps for some
I have a vague memory of an astonishing story.
Someone, coming up from the harbour foreshore in Milsons point, crossed to the right-hand side of the road and parked outside the newsagent to buy a paper.
A member of the checkered-hat-gang approached the car with the intention of asking what the game was.
The inquiry being ignored, the CHG member reached in to remove the car keys.
The driver responded to this affront by winding up the window and proceeded to drive away -- alas, with the arm of the CHG enforcer trapped in the window and in considerable discomfort as the car left the kerb.
I cannot recall the outcome but hope it was proportional to one deserving of an ANZAC medal for bravery or something in the face of an 'enemy'.
I do not think it was RW that pulled this stunt.