CHARLES BRONSON SENDS GET WELL CARD TO ALTON TOWERS CRASH VICTIM

Charles Bronson Sends Get Well Card To Alton Towers Crash Victim
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CHARLES BRONSON SENDS GET WELL CARD TO ALTON TOWERS CRASH VICTIM



Written by Jack Blocker
06 Monday 06th July 2015

Terrible life logic aside, Charles Bronson, famous criminal, does have a history of attracting media attention by sending his bizarre doodles to sick children. According to the Mirror, Bronson once donated a self-penned book to a four-year-old leukemia patient.

So with that in mind, let's believe the recent reports that he sent this get well card to Leah Washington, the girl who had to have her leg amputated after the Smiler rollercoaster crash at Alton Towers:

The caption reads, 'it's nice to be nice', which is true if you ask me. The picture is also signed 'Salvador', which is the name Bronson assumed to symbolise his personal rehabilitation. And to stop people confusing him with the Death Wish actor of the same name.

Leah recently posted the first photo of her since the crash, which occured last month. I wonder if Bronson's weird croco-dinosaur inspired her to do so.

I very much doubt it.

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