Monday 26 May 2014

Clearly, Not That Ashamed…

The court heard Taylor was caught trying to steal £91 worth of children's clothing from Grimsby's Asda superstore on April 5 by avoiding paying at the self-service checkouts.
Rebecca Dolby, prosecuting, said Taylor became aggressive when approached by staff and racially abused security guard Jack Richardson, before later being arrested.
Charming, I’m sure you’ll agree.
"She described her own behaviour as disgusting and said she was ashamed of herself."
Did she now?
Taylor committed the offences whilst on a conditional discharge from June 25 last year for shoplifting.
Defending, Graham Ives said Taylor, a mother of two children aged 14 and 15, remembered little about the incident because of the alcohol she had drunk and medication she was taking.
The magistrates adjourned the sentencing of the case for a report from the Probation Service until next month, but ruled out a custodial sentence.
“Mummy, where do repeat offenders come from?”


Fidel Cuntstruck said...

Hmmm .. no picture of the penitent "victim of society" either, but then there was probably no need as we all know what the "people of Wal-mart" look like.

Isn't it time that the combination of alcohol and prescription medication means an automatic guilty verdict? It's not like they don't know is it? Or do these people's doctors simply neglect to mention that combining the two usually leads to trouble?

Anonymous said...


Somehow orphanages don't seem bad.

JuliaM said...

"...but then there was probably no need as we all know what the "people of Wal-mart" look like."