damn right. feetchads rise up.>On April 17 last year, Reilly sat beside a woman who was travelling on the top deck of an empty bus from Coldharbour Lane, Hayes, towards Harrow.>She said: 'He asked me to take my boots off, it sounded very official like maybe he was a ticket inspector or CID or with the police. I felt like I had to.'>Reilly ran his hands over her boots and put his hand inside them. He then rubbed her feet 'almost like a massage', she said. He asked the worried woman if he could keep her boots, but she refused.>The woman added: 'I didn't feel like I could call for help because he was so official with me. I didn't like the way he touched me, it made me feel very uncomfortable.'>Reilly was eventually tracked down by British Transport Police via his freedom pass but was declared unfit to plead because of his profound autism.