Jacqueline Woodhouse, 42, was jailed for 21 weeks for her foul-mouthed tirade. She snarled at shocked commuters seated beside her: ‘I used to live in England and now I live in the United Nations.’That's how I often feel. Should I say it in public, would I too be subject to arrest?
And the 'shock and distress' allegedly experienced by the passengers didn't, as Longrider points out at 'Orphans', prevent then standing there and filming it, did it?
And isn't it odd that the magic get-out-of-jail-free card of alcohol consumption doesn't work?
Ms Lee also explained her client recognised her actions were linked to heavy alcohol consumption, adding she had sought help from her GP and counselling since the incident.How strange...