So you wouldn’t think it’d have this effect on a great big burly chap, would you?
Miss Pickering said at this point Fodderie was becoming 'more aggressive' and was standing very close to the medic and pointing his finger in his face.Remind me not to send any dishes back to the kitchen if I ever eat there!
At this point he said: 'I'm a chef. If you ever come to Jamie Oliver's restaurant I'll poison your food.' He then said: 'I will f***ing knock you out.'
Miss Pickering said Dr Grant felt threatened and called security who then contacted the police.
Still, abusing the front-line NHS staff is a big no-no, and rightly so, so I hope chummy knows how to cook porridge, because…
District Judge Quentin Purdy said he saw it as a 'classic case of people on the front line being abused' but he was persuaded to suspend the cook's prison sentence.Well, that’s how you get more and more ‘classic cases of people on the front line being abused’, moron!
Judge Purdy ordered that he carry out 150 hours of unpaid work and was banned from entering the City of Westminster for six months unless on work related activities.Still, maybe it was his first offe…
He was also ordered to pay Dr Grant £200 in compensation.
Oh, why pretend?
The 23-year-old, who has a previous conviction for robbery…*sigh*
The sainted Oliver needs to select his protégés a little better, I think:
It is not the first time a Fifteen apprentice has found himself on the wrong side of the law.Or he could always take over that famous vegetarian restaurant in Covent Garden, and rename it ‘Crooks’….
Trainee chef Christopher Murray, 22, from south London, was jailed for two years in 2009 after sexually assaulting two women on the London Underground.