Courtesy of the New York Post, Man, 74, pushed onto NYC subway tracks in unprovoked attack: cops:
A 74-year-old man was shoved onto the subway tracks in an unprovoked attack on the Upper East Side early Tuesday – leaving him with a fractured spine, cops said.
Would any normal reader assume that a 74-year old man who was shoved onto the Subway tracks at 12:20 AM provoked his attacker into the act? This is a lesson in thinking about what words mean in the context of a sentence (or hiring an editor, either/or).
(Aside: Can someone figure out what a 74-year old man could even do to provoke someone into throwing him onto the train tracks?)