Angry Golfer Immediately Apologizes After Knocking Out Another Golfer With One Punch

Angry Golfer Immediately Apologizes After Knocking Out Another Golfer With One PunchLet’s take you to the tranquil setting provided by Elk Point Golf and Country Club in Alberta, Canada, where one golfer seems to have a disagreement with another.

‘Immediately regrets’

Weary of talking out their differences, one of them knocks the other out with one wallop to the face.  Aside from the sickening sound the actual punch makes upon impact, the most captivating aspect of this fight is the guy with a mean right hook who immediately regrets his decision to resort to violence.


‘Most polite jerk’

He might be the most polite jerk we have ever seen, because he yells, “I didn’t want to do that. I’m sorry.” It’s pretty much the excuse Bruce Banner uses when he wakes up after a Hulk-fueled bender.

Anyone in the know, please let us know how this all worked out. We can only hope the man in white woke up and the two shared a beer and pancakes at the turn.

What do you think happened after the golfer knocked out his fellow golfer with one wallop? And what would you do if you were the golfer who was punched? Feel free to share your most amusing reactions and speculations with us via the comment box below!

Source: Gabe Zaldivar | Bleacher Report

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U.K. Parliament Rejects Military Strike On Syria

U.K. Parliament Rejects Military Strike On SyriaMPs have rejected possible UK military action against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government to deter the use of chemical weapons.

‘Disappointed’

David Cameron said he would respect the defeat of a government motion by 285-272, ruling out joining US-led strikes. Speaking in Parliament immediately after the vote, the prime minister said:

“It is clear to me that the British Parliament, reflecting the views of the British people, does not want to see British military action. I get that and the government will act accordingly.”

Defence Secretary Philip Hammond later told BBC’s News night programme he and the prime minister were “disappointed” with the result of the Commons vote which he said would harm Britain’s “special relationship” with Washington. But he said he did not expect Britain’s decision to “stop any action” by other countries.


‘British national interest’

Labour leader Ed Miliband said the result meant military action was “off the agenda”, and added that MPs had reacted against the prime minister’s “cavalier and reckless” leadership. Mr Miliband said Britain’s relationship with the US “cannot simply be about doing what the American president says he wants you to do”.

“Sometimes, under my leadership, we’ll have disagreements with the United States, we’ll take a different view to them, but we’ve got to operate on the basis of the British national interest,” he added.

The defeat comes as a potential blow to the authority of Mr Cameron, who had already watered down a government motion proposing military action, in response to Labour’s demands for more evidence of President Assad’s guilt.

Should other countries go ahead with the military strike against Syria? What is your stance regarding this controversial issue?

Source: BBC News

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