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Paula Jones
Paula Jones

dam right U DID THE RIGHT THING alife IS A VALUE & YOUR JOB anit worth your turning into their kindda dude.... peace 2 u YOUR THE BEST & NO AMOUNT OF CASH IS WORTH THE PRICELESS ACT U PERFOMED your LOVED.

Christine Boughner
Christine Boughner

that's outrageous he would be suspended.

Deborah Jeanne Helm
Deborah Jeanne Helm

Tom is a man I would be honored to have as an employee. What exactly is the grievance that Southern Rail has?

Lisa Flynn
Lisa Flynn

Sackable offence - I really don't think so.

Linda Brown
Linda Brown

this guy should get a medal! we need more people like him.

Shannon Jones
Shannon Jones

Well done tom and all the best for the future, whatever it may bring and feel secure in the knowledge that you at least, will sleep at night, how many of the dickheads above you can?! Xx

Helene Cremona
Helene Cremona

Heroic actions deserve reward not punishment, too many people sit back and do nothing when they see others in danger, bet it would be different if he had saved a child from the tracks!

Dora Ponce
Dora Ponce

I hope Tom sees all these wonderful comments.

Leslie A. Frank
Leslie A. Frank

Ridiculous! Thank you Tom for rescuing this sweet baby. Southern Rail should be ashamed of itself! Hope you get your job back!

John Palmisano
John Palmisano

Is this even a real story? I don't even see a last name or any real details as to WHY he would lose his job. Did he break some law by saving the dog? After doing some research, I came across this article that mentions the story of Teddy (the dog), but says nothing about the man who saved him losing his job. I just feel like people create causes for anything and people sign them without even doing any research. The problem being that petitions for real causes have no weight anymore because...

Is this even a real story? I don't even see a last name or any real details as to WHY he would lose his job. Did he break some law by saving the dog? After doing some research, I came across this article that mentions the story of Teddy (the dog), but says nothing about the man who saved him losing his job. I just feel like people create causes for anything and people sign them without even doing any research. The problem being that petitions for real causes have no weight anymore because anyone can get thousands of people to sign any petition that they happen across on facebook. If this is a real story, I will gladly sign. But does anyone who has already signed KNOW if it is?

http://www.battersea.org.uk/about_us/media_centre/press_releases/teddy_reunited.html

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