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High Jinks or Appalling Criminal Behaviour?

"A man who admitted endangering an aircraft by taking over the flight's tannoy system to sing karaoke has been fined £1,000."


Is the bloody plane voice controlled?
 

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I fecking hate karaoke so double his fine and community service!

As for nicking a cops hat, it should never have got as far a court never mind £600 costs.
 
We'd be better served by a Don't Be A **** Act to prosecute these under.
 
Any PC named Venus Wakley probably joined the Police to get revenge on a society which has bullied her relentlessly. Unless she's West Indian, in which case I unreservedly withdraw any suggestion of racial overtone.
Otherwise, any clown on a plane who forcibly takes over the PA system should be treated as a threat, and I can't see the law taking any other view.
 
good grief, when I think back to some of the things we got up to in the 70's and 80,s - half of baor might have been serving life without parole!!!
 
Any PC named Venus Wakley probably joined the Police to get revenge on a society which has bullied her relentlessly. Unless she's West Indian, in which case I unreservedly withdraw any suggestion of racial overtone.
Otherwise, any clown on a plane who forcibly takes over the PA system should be treated as a threat, and I can't see the law taking any other view.
Uranus Wanky
 
As for nicking a cops hat, it should never have got as far a court never mind £600 costs.

As the silly **** continued to deny that he done anything wrong, I guess the authorities didnt have much choice.
 
I fecking hate karaoke so double his fine and community service!

As for nicking a cops hat, it should never have got as far a court never mind £600 costs.
Why shouldn't it go to court? If you steal another person's work equipment you can expect to be done for it,as long as it satisfies the requirements for theft (dishonestly obtain, intent to permanently deprive etc). I agree with you about karaoke, mind you.
 
Why shouldn't it go to court? If you steal another person's work equipment you can expect to be done for it,as long as it satisfies the requirements for theft (dishonestly obtain, intent to permanently deprive etc). I agree with you about karaoke, mind you.

Public order offence yes, theft? Doubt it, how would you prove the intent to permanently deprive. In retail we use them going out of store, did he try and leave the plane at 20000ft?
 
Pretty sure theft refers to the nicking the copper's hat not the karaoke on a plane bloke.


Missed the second link, seen now.
 
If a 46 year old drunken fool, does not realise that acting like an idiot onboard a inflight aircraft, and setting off a airport fire alarm maliciously has repercussions, then perhaps he ought to be escorted by a carer, and be 'advised' to not consume alcohol
 

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