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walking distance from here. just a standard day in Liverpool.

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liver...0252-33272044/

A HAVE-A-GO hero lost part of his finger when he tried to fight off an axe man in his shop.

Michael Roue, 38, lost a third of the index finger on his right hand when he was hit with the weapon during an attempted robbery at the Min-Kel store on Orrell Lane, Orrell, near Walton.

A masked robber walked into the shop armed with the axe and told Michael to “put the ******* money in the bag.”

But Michael refused and instead managed to grab hold of a wooden pole.

The robber then swung the axe at him, hitting his hand before running from the shop with Michael attempting to pursue him.

The raid took place while Michael’s mum and dad were in the flat upstairs celebrating his sister’s birthday.

CCTV shows the hooded raider walking into the shop – which is owned by Michael’s parents – on Sunday, April 14.

The film shows the robber swinging the axe at Michael and then running out of the shop.

Michael, who lost a pint of blood in the attack, was taken by ambulance to Fazakerley hospital where doctors were unfortunately unable to reattach the severed part of his finger.

He later went to Whiston hospital where plastic surgery was carried out on his hand.

Michael said: “This person needs to be caught before he does some real damage. Imagine if he broke into a pensioner’s home?

“It took the doctors four to five hours to stop the bleeding.

“The axe cut right through to the bone.

“I have been working in this shop for over 20 years and it is the first time we have been attacked.

“We have been buoyed by messages of support from the community.

“We have no plans to leave and I will be back behind the counter again when my hand heals.”

Police suspect the raider was aged in his late teens.

The Roue family have owned Min-Kel – which is named after Michael’s grandmother Mary Kelly – for 35 years and Michael has been helping out in the shop since he was a schoolboy.

A spokesman for Merseyside Police confirmed they were investigating an attempted robbery.

The spokesman said: “The offender threatened the man with an axe and inflicted serious injuries to the shop worker’s hand.”

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Merseyside Police on 0151 777 4066 or the Crimestoppers line anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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you like crazy shit, just keep checking out Liverpool Echo newspaper website daily
we had a woman here last year,,,,pulled her ex-boyfriends bollock off on his doorstep.*edit,,,and tried to eat it.

http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/

have a little browse,there's a few i havent put up.. last weekend, a man got battered by someone, chased up the street, battered again, then had half his ear sliced off slowly by the attacker.
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