Angry Exile notes this case of a lying female claiming sexual assault. And yes, when caught out, she falls back on the 'Oh, I'm mad, me! Pity me...' defence.
When contacted on Friday by the Sunday Herald Sun, the woman, who is receiving counselling, said she was sorry for lying.Not really going the right way about that, are you?
"I haven't meant to upset anyone," she said.
Naturally, women campaigners are angry and calling for her head, saying that these false accusations are affecting innocent strangers and...
Oh, no, of course they aren't:
Centre Against Sexual Assault spokeswoman Carolyn Worth said false reports, while rare, were a "tricky issue".Typically, her first thoughts are for how this'll fly in the news and how it'll affect her 'cause'...
"It makes everybody slightly wary when there is a similar allegation, which we cannot afford," she said.