AC­CENT ON COWARD

The Courier-Mail - QWeekend - - YOUR VIEW -

Re “Fight­ing for the right to party” (April 23-24), any­one who strikes an­other per­son when they are not ex­pect­ing it is rightly ex­posed as a coward. How­ever, I be­lieve the em­pha­sis should be on the puncher, not the punch. Wouldn’t it have a much greater im­pact if it were called a coward’s punch, rather than a coward punch? Mike Pelling, Scar­bor­ough

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