This Is Why We Have A ‘Jeremy Kyle’ Generation…
A christening party at a pub ended with guests fighting, police officers being assaulted and the baby's father being shot twice with a Taser gun.
Geoff Gibson, prosecuting, told the court: "Edge struck a police officer on the head a number of times and was tasered. Moynihan threw a table towards an officer which caught him on the head and Harnett was trying in a blundering way to get involved."
Edge, aged 26, of Lanark Walk, Newcastle, and Moynihan, aged 55, of St George's Road, Newcastle, both admitted an offence of assaulting police. Harnett, aged 26, of Berwick Walk, Newcastle, admitted being drunk and disorderly.
Edge was fined £300 with £85 costs and ordered to pay £100 compensation to PC Nicholas Bennett.
Moynihan was fined £110 with £85 costs and told to pay £100 compensation to PC Nicholas Oldfield.
Harnett was fined £75 and told to pay £85 costs.
There's nothing like wetting the baby's head with a bit of senseless aggro and bloodshed...
Was there a disagreement about Thomas Aquinas's ideas about the nature of the human will in the context of divine intervention? Just asking.
I blame it on the pillock who called the police, there's always one isn't there?
I mean it's not a funeral/wedding/christening/bah-mitzvah without a bit of fisticuffs, and Shaz n Tray getting in the middle shouting "Leave it arrrrt Dave, he's/they're/you're pissed".
I don't know, the nerve of some people...
The police should forn a special unit for christenings, weddings and funerals.
Makes one feel wonderful about being alive today.
From the link page -
"The court heard Edge, who makes roof tiles, had no previous convictions and has already referred himself for alcohol counselling."
"Heather Drew, for Moynihan, said her client did have mental health problems and was on medication and did not normally drink."
"Little Tyrone, whose Christening Party it was, said he had mixed his Ritalin with Bourbon and stabbed all the guests because he came from a broken home. Unfortunately he had broken it".
OK I made the last bit up.
"There's nothing like wetting the baby's head with a bit of senseless aggro and bloodshed..."
In certain communities, yes...
"Was there a disagreement about Thomas Aquinas's ideas about the nature of the human will in the context of divine intervention? Just asking."
"I blame it on the pillock who called the police, there's always one isn't there?"
Yep! And always a woman screaming 'Leave 'im, 'e ain't worth it!'.
"OK I made the last bit up."
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