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A photographer in London witnessed as schoolyard scrap of an unusual kind on March 1, when a disgruntled driver and a skateboarder traded blows at the gates of a school.Thomas Butler, who recorded the footage, told Storyful that the “driver of the car almost hit the skater” and things escalated from there.As the car pulls in at the gates of the Riverstone School, the skateboarder hits the bumper with his board. The driver then gets out, and grabs an umbrella before confronting the boarder. The umbrella is soon dropped, as the boarder gets the upper hand.Butler told Storyful he stopped filming and went to break up the fight. The driver was left battered and bloody, Butler said, and drove away. Police arrived some time later, Butler said. Credit: Thomas Butler via Storyful
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Joël Jutge, World Rugby’s Head of Match Officials, says Pascal Gauzere has acknowledged to him that he got both contentious first-half incidents wrong in Saturday’s Six Nations clash between Wales and England. Wales won 40-24 in Cardiff to keep their Grand Slam hopes alive. But there was there was huge controversy after Gauzere awarded Wayne Pivac's side two first-half tries. Jutge told Midi Olympiqe that he had spoken with Gauzere by telephone on Sunday morning and that the Frenchman was the “first to admit” he had erred. Referee's view: The officials will recognise they made key mistakes - we all have bad days “I think one has to be transparent, say what one thinks rather than let things fester,” Jutge said. “In this game there were two unfortunate incidents, which were not simple to manage. I know from having spoken to him by phone on Sunday morning that Pascal Gauzere recognises that himself.” The first incident occurred when Gauzere told England captain Owen Farrell to talk to his players about ill discipline, indicating “time off”, before blowing his whistle to indicate ‘time on’ and allowing Wales' Dan Biggar to take a penalty while the visitors were still in a huddle under the posts. Biggar kicked to the corner where Josh Adams gathered and scored.
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