Declan Adams, defending, said: 'There is an aggravated feature here, given the tragedy that happened in Tunisia.
'From what I know of the defendant he is a 31-year-old who came to the UK as an asylum seeker from Iran.
'It appears he suffers from trauma and depression, and presents himself as a man who has possible trouble in that area. He says he lives in a hostel.
'He certainly was not aware of what a coroner's court was, and in that respect didn't realise the sensitivity of the situation.
'He said he felt depressed and wanted the flowers to brighten up his room. He wants to extend his apologies to those victims and express his sympathy.
'He is not familar with current affairs and had he been aware he would not have taken the flowers.'Bravo! A stirring performance, sir! It should win you the lawyer's equivalent of a BAFTA! Now, all we can hope is that your client doesn't ruin it by...
Oh. Too late!
Moradisohi stood and shouted when ordered to pay the fine, saying: 'Why should I pay? I am sick. I have a mental problem. How can I pay? They give me poison and make me disabled.'Well, you could always try the top-class medical facilities back in Iran, chum...
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