On Sunday, a disruptive fan in London was taught a lesson of life time by Edith Bosch, the Dutch judo champ; for tossing a beer bottle onto the men’s 100 meter final track. The suspect identified as Ashley Gill, however, denied the charges in a court today and said he had not lobbed the bottle on the track. Bosch on the other hand held Ashley responsible for the unpleasant incident.
According to the details, the missile hurled on the said track moments before the sprinters took their marks for the race on Sunday night; luckily enough, none of the athletes were harmed. However, a vending machine operative Ashley Gill-Webb was immediately arrested and charged by the Metropolitan Police; on suspicion of having thrown the bottle onto the track.
The father-of-two, 34-year-old Ashley was eventually identified by people in his South Milford village, near Leeds; while security staff bundled him out of the arena. Coincidently, former world champion Edith Bosch, who won bronze at this year's games, was present at the Olympics Stadium at the time of incident; she took Ashley down; even before security arrived.
Taking it to her Twitter page, Bosch had described that when he (Ashley) threw that bottle, in her emotion; she hit him on the back with the flat of her hand. Meanwhile, the security scooped him up, further tweeted Bosch, 32. Meanwhile, the Jamaican sprintersprinted to victory in record time of 9.63secs.