"Crocodile Dundee" hero is set free !! By JOHN COLES Published: 27 Feb 2010 Add a comment Add a comment (26) A HERO soldier did a Crocodile Dundee with a MACHETE when yobs confronted him with a tiny PENKNIFE. Veteran Charles Cardwell, 54, pulled out his 2ft jungle blade and told them: "That's what you call a knife." Cardwell was set free by a court yesterday after he had been arrested for waving the blade at the yobs by his front door. In the 1986 Crocodile Dundee film a New York mugger pulls a flick-knife on the Aussie hero. Dundee asks: "You call that a knife?" before taking out his big hunting knife and telling them: "This is a knife." Cardwell, who had faced months of anti-social behaviour, said the youths fled after he produced the machete. He admitted using threatening words and behaviour and possessing the knife, known as a golok, in public. He got four months' jail suspended for a year and 100 hours' unpaid work. Warwick Crown Court heard soldier Cardwell of Leamington Spa, Warwicks, was injured in Northern Ireland in the '80s and in Iraq in 2005. Judge Christopher Hodson said: "This country owes you a debt for what you have done while serving in the Army." Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepag...le-Dundee-hero-is-set-free.html#ixzz0gnCe2Euz Finally, they found two sensible Brits that can agree.