A man who put a sign outside his house threatening non-Asians they would be seriously assaulted or carjacked if they tried to speak to his family has been found guilty of a public order offence.Well, hurrah!
Gova claimed the sign was to protect friends from attack following an incident a week before in which his neighbour was carjacked.You see, he’s the victim, according to him.
Although district judge Karen Hammond agreed that Gova thought he was acting reasonably, in the eyes of the law, he was not.And that’s all that matters.
DJ Hammond said that due to the exceptional circumstances of the case - in that Gova would lose his tenancy if convicted - he was given an absolute discharge but ordered to pay £325 in costs.If the place is so bad, according to him, why worry? Isn’t it in his best interests to live elsewhere anyway?