Swearing at police is not a crime because officers hear foul language “too frequently” to be offended, a judge has ruled.
Well then let me tell this judge that he is f****** wrong. As Caroline Flint put it
Judge allows appeal on grounds ok to abuse police with f word as it is part of normal banter. If true will this be allowed in courtrooms?
Nobody in the course of their job should have to put up with that sort of behaviour.
Swearing at police is not a crime, judge rules – Telegraph.
Using excuse no 6 on page 3 of the bad drivers manual Children’s Secretary Ed Balls has apologised after been fined £60 for using a mobile phone while driving.
He said he had been stopped immediately by pigs police and had thrown his toys out of the pram accepted the fine and three points on his licence.
Mr Balls said, through gritted teeth, he supported the policy and law on not using mobile phones while driving and was fucked off he had been caught “deeply regretted” this incident.
He had already told the Sunday Mirror how he took the phone off its hand-free cradle so as to not wake his children.
So instead of doing something safely and stopping and ensuring his kids safety he blames them for his misdemeanour.
It appears he has taken this excuse straight from the Labour Manual of dire excuses to give the press when caught screwing something up yet again. They just can’t tell the truth.
Never mind Mr Balls I’m sure you can just charge it to us via your expenses you seem to have done that normally.
BBC News – Balls apologises over fine for using mobile in car.