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13 Brentford Rd 10:16 Sat Jul 4
2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down... HT 1-0
Welcome to the UK justice system.

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Pi Alpha Nu 12:20 Thu Jul 9
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down... HT 1-0
Fuck him he's a Spurs cunt. The BLM lot should get an equal sentence for their crimes too.

Chigwell 12:02 Thu Jul 9
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down...
Comma he couldn't have got done for indecent exposure because no-one could see his todger. In any other circumstances the most he'd have been charged with would be urinating in a public place (punishable with a fine of up to £1000). He pleaded guilty to an offence he didn't commit, probably seeing it as the quickest way to get released as per my earlier post.

Moncurs Putting Iron 1:25 Wed Jul 8
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down...
Oi, Who you calling Stable?

Lee Trundle 1:24 Wed Jul 8
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down...
Come on, this is WHO.

CUNTstable Putting, surely?

Moncurs Putting Iron 1:22 Wed Jul 8
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down...
That's Simply Superindent putting to you Kenzo,


now run along before I frisk you. x

Mr Kenzo 1:19 Wed Jul 8
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down...
Ark at Constable Putting

Moncurs Putting Iron 1:18 Wed Jul 8
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down...
From a Policing perspective, Command and Control is not easy during a protest and is made doubly hard with Counter protests or in this case, vigilante groups coming tooled up to guard statues, because provides a bit of a rush whilst there is no football.

It's likely they made an example of him, its easier to nap someone pissed up and in a small group than it is to nap someone pissed off and in a large group.

'My post still stands' - Alright Judge Rinder, keep yer hair on!.

, 1:16 Wed Jul 8
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down...
Idiot was lucky he did not get done for indecent exposure ( a common defence offered up by flashers in Court is they were taking bladder relief ). This was no bladder full. No public toilet, take relief in a dark alley move, no this guy was in full public view in broad daylight.

13 Brentford Rd 1:02 Wed Jul 8
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down...
Considering that BLM protestors got away with far worse (see my original post) my point stands.

Moncurs Putting Iron 12:53 Wed Jul 8
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I agree about the sentence, I think you are a prat for your comment about BLM protestors.

I definitely enjoy the irony that this fine upstanding statue protector was there for the adrenaline rush of a bit of bother, had been on a massive bender and ended up pissing his Carling up a statue. If he had been a Hammer I would be more sympathetic but I am given to understand he is Spurs so Fuck him.


There you have it.

13 Brentford Rd 12:48 Wed Jul 8
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Ag ag Hermit.

MPI, my point was that it's not an offence that anyone should do time for, had he been a BLM protestor the police probably would have held his cock for him.

Back to my original post, how has the law been applied here, consistently and fairly?

Moncurs Putting Iron 12:39 Wed Jul 8
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Hermit,

The Oman detained him and called the Police, accusing him of a hate crime.

The Police arrested him, gave him a few hours cell time and released him without charge during prayers to give him the best chance of slipping away quietly. We sent a letter of apology which was accepted.

The difference between him and statue boy? Not out in public view and most importantly, not caught on camera by the media and the Mosque didn't publish their CCTV footage

ChillTheKeel 12:35 Wed Jul 8
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PEEING?

You absolute bird, Brenty.

Hermit Road 12:32 Wed Jul 8
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down...
"Unfortunately, he was in blissful ingnorance of the fact it was the side door of a fairly sizable Mosque. Any idea what happened?"

Did they cut his knob off?

Moncurs Putting Iron 12:30 Wed Jul 8
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13br,

Woman who squatted down to piss on War memorials more than once a few years ago?


Your statement is too general.


I have a mate who after a running and drinking event was taken short on the way home, nipped down a side street and peed up in a side door entrance...…

….Unfortunately, he was in blissful ingnorance of the fact it was the side door of a fairly sizable Mosque. Any idea what happened?

Hermit Road 12:27 Wed Jul 8
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down... HT 1-0
RM10 6:50 Sun Jul 5

You should have bought some shares in Thames Water and reinvested the dividends in Thames Water every year. That would have sorted your pension out.

13 Brentford Rd 12:12 Wed Jul 8
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down...
Any sentence for peeing in public is ridiculous in anycase. Has anyone ever been sentenced before for this?
When someone else only gets a caution for a public order offence that involved vandalism and criminal damage it's scandalous!

Chigwell 11:07 Wed Jul 8
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I don't understand why this bloke pleaded guilty to outraging public decency. That offence does not require intention to outrage, but a lack of such intention would be a factor for a jury to consider when deciding if the public would in fact be outraged. Maybe he was taking the practical approach of admitting an offence of which he may well be acquitted, when the alternative was a remand in custody longer than the likely sentence. All the same, a decent lawyer could have argued this point when seeking bail from magistrates or a Judge. A sentence of 2 weeks (only one in custody) shows how minor the court thought the matter.

percyd 10:37 Wed Jul 8
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only1billybonds 11:47 Sat Jul 4

S'pose you might consider me somewhat 'of the left'. For what it's worth I'd happily dance (if the legs passed muster) on the graves of both Thatcher and Blair.

Mike Oxsaw 12:13 Mon Jul 6
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down... HT 1-0
Everybody got a fair days pay for a fair days work, that is what happened. We all got to buy a colour TV with remote control, a Ferguson VideoStar recorder and take a holday in Spain.

People then started thinking "Fuck if I'm going to bust a gut getting a business up and running if, as soon as I start turning the sort of profit I want for my labours, a bunch of cunts are going to decide they should get it instead."

RM10 7:04 Sun Jul 5
Re: 2 week sentence for accidentally peeing on a monument v Caution for tearing one down... HT 1-0
Great coffee shops.......

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