Tuesday, 21 July 2015

I Don’t Think It’s Just The Paperwork That Has Problems…

Koku’s sentencing was adjourned until July 22 due to problems with paperwork.
Presumably he has quite a big file:
Mr Shay said: “At hospital he began to behave very strangely. “He was swearing a lot, saying things which very much brought into question his mental health, suggesting things were in his anus.
“It was felt he wasn’t in any state to be interviewed.”
Koku also pleaded guilty to possession of a dangerous article and criminal damage after a similar incident three days earlier when officers found him standing on top of a garage with a can of deodorant and a lighter threatening to set fire to himself.
It took officers seven hours to persuade him to come down, with Koku threatening to cut his own throat and pouring flammable liquid over his jacket.
When in custody, Koku smeared his own faeces over the walls of his cell.
The court also heard Koku had been sentenced to three years at a young offenders’ institute in 2012 for false imprisonment, where he attacked a man with a brick and threatened to petrol bomb his house.
But at least he didn’t behead any grandmothers. Yet.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Care in the community" : in the old days he would have been sectioned, drugged and kept happy in a sheltered workshop away from fuel and matches or knives.

Bucko The Moose said...

"It took officers seven hours to persuade him to come down"

Fire service should have drenched him and said, "Set fire to yourself now, you loon".

Lynne at Counting Cats said...

Well since he's so far failed to either self immolate or exanguinate perhaps he should think of changing his name to Kokup.

Greencoat said...

'Fire service should have drenched him and said, "Set fire to yourself now, you loon".'

Ha-ha! I should Koku.

Andrew Scarborough said...

Life Savers at beach resorts are taught to give those whom they are rescuing a smack on the jaw to calm them down. Give the silly bugger a good slapping followed by what anonymous wrote earlier.

JuliaM said...

"...in the old days he would have been sectioned, drugged and kept happy in a sheltered workshop away from fuel and matches or knives."

Sadly true. He'd have been happier and safer, and more to the point, so would everyone else.

"Fire service should have drenched him and said, "Set fire to yourself now, you loon"."

Heh!

"Life Savers at beach resorts are taught to give those whom they are rescuing a smack on the jaw to calm them down. "

Blimey, I never saw that in 'Baywatch'!