Tuesday, 6 October 2015

It's Not Often I Agree With The NSPCC...

After the sentencing, a spokesman for the NSPCC said: 'The judge’s comments in this case send out completely the wrong message and confirm a common view in society that the abuse of a young boy by a woman is somehow less serious than the abuse of a girl by a man.
'The offender in this case has escaped extremely lightly and you have to wonder whether, in the same circumstances, a man would have been treated the same’.
...but this is one of these times. What was the judge thinking?!?

Come to think of it, what was the 'father' thinking?
In a statement, the boy's father said: 'I know he told her he was 15. He looks older than his years. He is sex mad.
'He would have been fully up for this experience and in many ways sees it as a notch on his belt and is totally unaffected by it.'
Future sexual predator, right there...

H/T: Dr Cromarty via Twitter

3 comments:

Lord T said...

Don't understand why the NSPCC were involved it doesn't sound like any cruelty was involved at all.

This kid will dine out on this for years.

Andrew Scarborough said...

He will have children of his own, will he nurture them as his father nurtured him?

JuliaM said...

"This kid will dine out on this for years."

Dine on the finest Chicken McNuggets in the land..? ;)

"He will have children of his own, will he nurture them as his father nurtured him?"

Thus perpetuating the underclass... :/