8 Months for 110mph +

#1
8 bloody Months.

Little sh1t

Well Whoopdy do. That'll stop him re offending.

I mean are they really that stupid to believe that this little toe rag will be a good citizen one day when he has obviously been driving illegally for some time to put on a show like that.

Eight Months... That'll learn em!
 
#2
Hope he gets stuck in a cell with someone who likes him so much he will be scared to pass wind let alone sleep with both eyes closed
 
#3
Cut his hand off. That will learn him and keep him from driving.

But seriously, he should be banned from ever having a licence in his life.
 
#5
Out in four or less.

Only hope he copies the scumbag who managed to write himself off a couple of months back by wrapping stolen car sideways round a tree. Really quite shocked and upset about the damage to that tree.
 
#6
It´d be worth the insurance premium if he had "merged as one, with the dash board".

This is why we need Chinnooks, with grappleing hooks and magnets. Capture the car, then deposit the car and scum occupants (thieves) in to the North Sea.
 
#7
I rather doubt that scum like this are ever going to bother getting insurance, let alone worry about how this conviction is going to affect his premiums when he won't bother paying anyway.

As for banning him from driving, the fact he didn't have a licence (or insurance) didn't stop him from driving this time. By the time he's 17 and eligible for a licence, his conviction will have lapsed anyway.

Bets bet is to enourage him into politics, at least that way we can keep all the criminals in one place
 
#8
chocolate_frog said:
It´d be worth the insurance premium if he had "merged as one, with the dash board".

This is why we need Chinnooks, with grappleing hooks and magnets. Capture the car, then deposit the car and scum occupants (thieves) in to the North Sea.
Im reasonably sure having the political will to fit Miniguns to police pursuit vehicles would help.

I was already told we cant have apaches - too aggressive, cost a lot- you could run thousands of citizen focus diversity management courses for that!
 
#9
chocolate_frog said:
Cut his hand off. That will learn him and keep him from driving.
I agree with that, but then the little cunt will only steal an automatic, on the other hand :wink: he will only do that once as well.

But seriously, he should be banned from ever having a licence in his life.
He didn't give a fuck when he stole this motor, why would he give a fuck when he is of legal driving age?
 
#10
Through briliant foresight, they have taken officers off the street who could have noticed a stolen/unregistered vehicle and now rely on some DVLA computer to pick up on people already in the system.
 
#12
dingerr said:
But seriously, he should be banned from ever having a licence in his life.
He didn't give a fuck when he stole this motor, why would he give a fuck when he is of legal driving age?
If he is never legally allowed to drive for his whole life, it might give others some pause for thought.

This kid should also be whipped in the high street with 3 core flex..... with knots tied in to it.
 
#14
I'm suprised he got a custodial at all to be, sadly, honest.

He's probably had a huge amount of refferal orders, enhanced thinking courses (i kid you not), community punishment orders etc etc. They've got to be right little sh!ts before they get youth detention.

One little cnut on my old area coughed to over 100+ thefts from motor vehicles (charged with 5 with the rest taken into consideration - ie ignored) and that was by far a long way from his 1st offence, and he got a referall order.
 
#15
Name & shame the little fecker! Put bill board posters all over the local town of him . Oh bugger just realised thats against his 'human rights'.

Stilts
 
#16
Poke his eyes out - never commit ANY further crime. Unless he trains his guide dog to shoplift.
 
#17
The_Seagull said:
I'm suprised he got a custodial at all to be, sadly, honest.

He's probably had a huge amount of refferal orders, enhanced thinking courses (i kid you not), community punishment orders etc etc. They've got to be right little sh!ts before they get youth detention.

One little cnut on my old area coughed to over 100+ thefts from motor vehicles (charged with 5 with the rest taken into consideration - ie ignored) and that was by far a long way from his 1st offence, and he got a referall order.
OK I'll be the dumb one and ask - WTF is an Enhanced Thinking Course?

Is your answer going to make my p1ss boil for the rest of the day?
 
#18
Well this is going to attract some flak, but I have to disagree with you all.

This is a 14 year old kid in an institution with a discipline problem.

I can relate to that, as from th age of three I was raised in a series of

seven different institutions and at age 17, I had a chip on my shoulder

the size of a house. So did quite a few of the other kids in the place.

Violence, theft and dishonesty were second nature to us. Where we were

very lucky was in the fact that at 17 they steerd most of us into the



armed forces. Those of you that served in the 1950s will be aware

that the Army of that period did not cater to young men with chips on

their shoulders. They knocked them off pretty quickly. Many of my cohort

spent their lives in the Services and thus had a chance for a decent life.

If kids are bad at 14, then there are adults at fault.

At 14, that boy could be rehabilitated. Rather than prattle on about what

you think should be done to him, put that same thought into how he could

rehabilitated.

We make the society that we live in. Many of you will have teenage sons,

what if it was them.

I apologise if my tone seems hectoring, but I feel strongly that our rat

race, every man for himself society, leads to a lot our youth problems.

Fire away.
 
#19
basso said:
Well this is going to attract some flak, but I have to disagree with you all.

This is a 14 year old kid in an institution with a discipline problem.

I can relate to that, as from th age of three I was raised in a series of

seven different institutions and at age 17, I had a chip on my shoulder

the size of a house. So did quite a few of the other kids in the place.

Violence, theft and dishonesty were second nature to us. Where we were

very lucky was in the fact that at 17 they steerd most of us into the



armed forces. Those of you that served in the 1950s will be aware

that the Army of that period did not cater to young men with chips on

their shoulders. They knocked them off pretty quickly. Many of my cohort

spent their lives in the Services and thus had a chance for a decent life.

If kids are bad at 14, then there are adults at fault.

At 14, that boy could be rehabilitated. Rather than prattle on about what

you think should be done to him, put that same thought into how he could

rehabilitated.

We make the society that we live in. Many of you will have teenage sons,

what if it was them.

I apologise if my tone seems hectoring, but I feel strongly that our rat

race, every man for himself society, leads to a lot our youth problems.

Fire away.
The 1950's is a world apart from today, ideals are different, people are different, and respect doesnt exist today.

The modern kid is a cnut, pure and simple, and they do what they do because they get away with it, an ASBO if they are unlucky, so you are tole you cant beat up old people again? i doesnt stop them, because they just get another ASBO.

String the cnuts up and whip em, or alternatively, build more prisons and treat them like the scum they are and not the "softly softly they need help" crap that they get now.

Also, why can they not be named for legal reasons? ive never understood that, they are criminals so what if they are kids? name and shame and then execute them, job done.
 
#20
basso said:
Many of you will have teenage sons, what if it was them.
I would have campaigned for a longer sentence without time taken off for good behaviour. I do believe that there is a possibility that rehabilition will work at that age but he is clearly not going to get it on the outside.
 

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