Does it sound normal in English to say that a person shouted/cried/yelled after another person, as in:
Jim packed up quickly and walked away in ignorance and she shouted after him that he must never come back again.
Would this sentence be valid in English? And what would you suggest if it wouldn't? Are there any idioms for this?
This might be a very silly question, I just can't find an example of it on the Internet and can't recall if I have ever heard it in movies. But it sounds ok, given the way "after him/her" is used, say as in "After him! (go after someone).