Seen here about to fail hard, 37-year old "warrior" David Millington prepares to wage battle on an enemy he's held a grudge against for 30 years. Wait -- since you were seven?! Jesus, he wiped a booger on your arm, bro -- let it go.
This is the astonishing moment a crazed attacker stormed into a supermarket armed with an arsenal of knives including a hockey stick with a blade on the end as oblivious punters carried on their shopping.
Described as looking like a 'warrior', Wolverhampton Crown Court heard how David Millington, 37, went into Morrisons in a suburb of Wolverhampton last March wearing a tool belt containing five kitchen knives and a makeshift shield.
Millington then chased security guard Andrew Osbourne, who he lived close to as a youngster and reportedly has a 30-year grudge against, through the store before being tackled to the ground by brave manager Michael Walsh.
First of all, that's not a shield. Not even a MAKESHIFT one. That's a piece of foamboard with a belt taped to it. Secondly, I can't believe his mom let him leave the house with her good knives. Lastly, Millington was ruled unfit to stand trail and ordered to be treated in a mental hospital because he's a little cray-cray. Gee, you think? He had 30 years to plot revenge and this was his plan A.
Thanks to Seb, who agrees in 30 years you could have at least ordered something from ACME.