Friday, 6 April 2012

At Last! Praise Be!

Hodder, who had no previous convictions for violence, cried as Judge David Owen-Jones told she would be separated from her two children and give birth to her third child in a young offenders’ instutition. David Batcup, mitigating for Hodder, said the attacks were “out of character”.

Judge Owen-Jones told Hodder: “The aggravating features of this are that a weapon was used, the location was on a train, the timing of the offence at night and you were under the influence of alcohol.”
By George, I think at least ONE judge has got it!

6 comments:

Surreptitious Evil said...

Pregnant with her third kid and she's still entitled to be placed in a YOI?

Let's see - mother of two at 17 in Sep 2010? Only 18 in Apr 2012? So birthday is between now and Sep.

Hell, she's not only started young but she's hatching at a fairly prodigeous rate. I suppose she was round the back of the bike sheds offering a quick feel or a blow-job for fags when the class covered contraception.

ranter said...

Drinking intoxicating liquor whilst gestating a future benefit claimant? Forget the original offence! Throw away the key! The kidz ain't got no 'ope 'ave they.....where the social when you wannem?

James Higham said...

By George, I think at least ONE judge has got it!

Can he repeat it though?

Anonymous said...

I'll chip in 10p for a coathanger.

JuliaM said...

"Hell, she's not only started young but she's hatching at a fairly prodigeous rate."

It's always the way, isn't it? Perhaps we need to find some way to put contraceptives in Red Bull and Kappa tracksuits.

"The kidz ain't got no 'ope 'ave they..."

No. They really haven't.

"Can he repeat it though?"

Oh, even if he could, he's very much swimming against the tide!

"I'll chip in 10p for a coathanger."

I think it's about 18 and 3/4 years too late.

Surreptitious Evil said...

"I think it's about 18 and 3/4 years too late."

Ow, claws. Naughty girl!

"Perhaps we need to find some way to put contraceptives in Red Bull and Kappa tracksuits. "

Dunno about Red Bull - my familiarity with them starts and ends at the F1 team - but wouldn't normal society consider a Kappa tracksuit a fairly reliable contraceptive? In that you'd never fuck something wearing one?