But this week we all got a face to put on this senseless and ridiculous stunt. Surveillance photos of a man with a shaved head, a goatee and numerous tattoos entering the bus were publicized this week. They don’t exactly give us a better feeling about what happened, nor do they help understand why this man did what he did.
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He said the elm was “nationally important”.Mr Selby said: “It’s a rare tree, surviving the ravages of Dutch Elm Disease, and is host to the White Letter Hairstreak butterfly species which has declined by 97% in the last 40 years.””I only hope the national recognition of the Huntingdon elm helps highlight the destructive folly of Sheffield Council’s behaviour in felling half its mature street trees.”He said he would now work with the Save Nether Edge Trees group to decide specifically what to do.Bryan Lodge, the council’s cabinet member for environment, has said felling the tree was necessary “as a matter of public safety”.Number one Tree of the Year, the Sycamore Gap at Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland, featured in the 1991 Kevin Costner film, Robin Hood: Prince of ThievesThe Sycamore Gap at Hadrian’s Wall, awarded Tree of the Year with 2,542 votes, will get a 1,000 grant and be entered into the European Tree of the Year competition.Sheffield Council apologised to outraged residents in November after council contractors, Amey, started to remove eight trees from Rustlings Road at dawn.Beccy Speight of the Woodland Trust said: “Trees like the Chelsea Road elm have stood for many, many years and each will have a special place in peoples’ lives.”By celebrating them and reminding people of their value, we hope to support and influence those who can ensure they continue to thrive for future generations.”Winning treesEngland: Northumberland’s famous Sycamore Gap at Hadrian’s Wall.Scotland: Ding Dong copper beech at Prestonpans Primary School, East Lothian.Northern Ireland: The Holm Oak, Rostrevor Park.Wales: Brimmon Oak, Newtown, Powys. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking..