Friday, 18 November 2011

Father-To-Be Of The DECADE!

A man pulled over to assault another motorist in a road rage attack...
Ho hum. So what? Happens every day, surely?
... despite being on the way to hospital with his pregnant partner, whose waters had broken.
I...

I just....

*speechless*
Humphreys, 20, a serial offender with 51 previous offences to his name..
Wow! Just the sort of man you want to have babies with, eh girls?
To put the seal on a terrifying evening for Mr Robson, while he was being assaulted one of Humphreys' fellow passengers stole his car and drove it away. It was later found burnt out in Hartcliffe.
/facepalm

Huuuuuuge sentence for this utter waste of DNA, perchance?
Magistrates in Bristol gave Humphreys, left, of Swanmoor Close, Brentry, 200 hours of unpaid work after he admitted a charge of assault by beating. He was also told to pay £200 in compensation and £85 in court costs.
*sigh*

*weeps*

14 comments:

Sue said...

It does make you wonder. Is constantly beating the pulp out of strangers not a serious offence anymore?

As for his "partner", she was probably cheering him on!

He should be made to pay for the cost of the stolen car and private medical treatment for the man he injured.

I realise the prisons are full so it's time an alternative was found. Either the government should have a bank of "jobs" they make offenders do to pay back society. Street cleaning, public toilet sanitation etc...

My choice would be the stocks. A good dose of public humiliation with added rotting fruit & vegetables in the town centre. I guarantee he'd think twice about doing it again!

Anonymous said...

Honestly what goddamn pond scum... Oh joy, he's breeding lots of scummetts...

bedtime stories will be fun said...

"200 hours of unpaid work" to balance his 10,000 hours of paid unwork.

Woman on a Raft said...

And will the social workers step in to protect the child who is obviously at serious risk of harm for as long as the mother associates with this cretin?

Later, when the kid turns up all broken and the father claims he had nothing to do with it, there will be a serious case review and the social workers will claim they could not foresee this.

The thug - who will move in to his girlfriend's flat - is being rewarded for the wrong behaviours, as is she.

Now, here's an interesting one:

http://www.thisisbristol.co.uk/Case-collapses-Facebook-evidence/story-12905313-detail/story.html

The paper has printed a great deal of detail on the "sue us if you think you are hard enough" ticket.

Charlie Humphreys has benefitted from the strict process of law as is traditional.

You know, if Officer Flatfoot was to be in a hightened state of alarm and accidentally discharged his taser in a case of mistaken identity, I expect I'd be pointing out that if Mr H benefitted from the strict operation of law, then he should be prepared to take the downside too. Not a model of pristine ethics, I know, but this is what happens when the judicial system fails.

microdave said...

In addition to Sue's choice cut his bollocks off, with rusty shears, and without painkillers...

Anonymous said...

its getting to that time of year again folks,stock up on de icer spray

allcoppedout said...

I refuse to believe this saddoo could be driving any vehicle legally and was not party to the theft of the other one.
That we know they aren't fit to be in society is one thing - and the only ways to ensure they aren't are death and prison. I'd rather see them reformed, but this only if they must live amongst the rich.

Anonymous said...

"Wow! Just the sort of man you want to have babies with, eh girls?"

Lots of women are attracted to violent and dangerous men.

Jan M said...

Sick to death of the scum that walks (drives) round this country and the f***in soft sentencing they get.
Sue you are so level headed, myself, a ruddy big baseball comes to mind.

blueknight said...

Humphreys, 20, a serial offender with 51 previous offences to his name..

If he had got some decent jail time after the 10th offence, it may not have been possible for him to commit the next 20 or 30

Anonymous said...

Since when does a man get some of his mates to accompany him and the about-to-give-birth mother of his soon-to-be-born child?

Was this a convention of obstetricians on an anger management outing in the back of a (apologies)hatchback?

Or were they just trying to shame Hugh Grant?

Marionette de Chausette

Angry Exile said...

An assault by ... beating? As opposed to what? Assault by tickling? And to have racked up 51 offences by the age of 20, unless they've counted every parking ticket and overdue library book (ha, sure) you have to ask why this guy's unpaid work isn't inside a prison and a hell of a lot more than 200 hours.

JuliaM said...

"My choice would be the stocks. A good dose of public humiliation with added rotting fruit & vegetables in the town centre."

I think - for the stocks to work - you need a sense of shame. I rather doubt he has this.

"And will the social workers step in to protect the child.."

What, and miss the chance to increase their flock? They wouldn't be very good farmers then, would they?

"Now, here's an interesting one"

Wow, nice neighbourhood: 'When her neighbour Pat said the burglar's description matched her grandson...'

*boggle*

"I'd rather see them reformed, but this only if they must live amongst the rich."

Or amongst the judges...

JuliaM said...

"Since when does a man get some of his mates to accompany him and the about-to-give-birth mother of his soon-to-be-born child?"

Nothing on tv that night..?

"An assault by ... beating? As opposed to what? Assault by tickling?"

Ah, the archaic terminology of our legal system... ;)