Judge calls a crab a prat

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#7
I hope the courts follow on this path.

"Mister Smith, I put it to you that you are in fact a mong."

"Your Lordship, it is the case of the plaintiff that in this matter, the defendant has been a right ****."

Ladies and gentlmen of the jury, you must consider the possibility that the witness is, far from being truthful, in fact a lying ****ing toerag."
 
#11
Why hasn't the RSS done a feed on this?

And why is (what appears to be) a member of the RAF referred to as a RAF Worker?
 
#13
Reminds me of the case involving one of my airman many years ago, the prat pulled a water pistol on an armed guard at another unit. The airman got 28 days in Colly and OC RAF Regt wanted the guard charged for failing in his duty. I merely wanted to kick the guards balls for failing to rid me of a real haemarhoid subsitute. As an aside note, the SNCO i/c RAFP (it was a very small unit, where the RAFP came under the Rocks!) would have preferred a sentence of 27 days in Colly as the airman would then have had to serve the lot. As it was he was released after 21 days, to my intense disappointment. Pity the Judge in this case did not pass a custodial, I bet the airmans Flt Cdr would have been delighted.
 
#14
Reminds me of the case involving one of my airman many years ago, the prat pulled a water pistol on an armed guard at another unit. The airman got 28 days in Colly and OC RAF Regt wanted the guard charged for failing in his duty. I merely wanted to kick the guards balls for failing to rid me of a real haemarhoid subsitute. As an aside note, the SNCO i/c RAFP (it was a very small unit, where the RAFP came under the Rocks!) would have preferred a sentence of 27 days in Colly as the airman would then have had to serve the lot. As it was he was released after 21 days, to my intense disappointment. Pity the Judge in this case did not pass a custodial, I bet the airmans Flt Cdr would have been delighted.
Doubt it, seeing as how his Flt Lieut appeared at court on his behalf.

Pity the truck driver didn't pull the **** out of his car and kick the ****ing shit out of him.
 
#15
Reminds me of the case involving one of my airman many years ago, the prat pulled a water pistol on an armed guard at another unit. The airman got 28 days in Colly and OC RAF Regt wanted the guard charged for failing in his duty. I merely wanted to kick the guards balls for failing to rid me of a real haemarhoid subsitute. As an aside note, the SNCO i/c RAFP (it was a very small unit, where the RAFP came under the Rocks!) would have preferred a sentence of 27 days in Colly as the airman would then have had to serve the lot. As it was he was released after 21 days, to my intense disappointment. Pity the Judge in this case did not pass a custodial, I bet the airmans Flt Cdr would have been delighted.
Pah, that's nothing.

There used to be 10,000 kg of HE sitting all on it's lonesome near the guard room at RAF Scampton.

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#16
Doubt it, seeing as how his Flt Lieut appeared at court on his behalf.

Pity the truck driver didn't pull the **** out of his car and kick the ****ing shit out of him.
The officer was just there to confirm he was in the RAF and would be kicked out if jailed.

The accused's lawyer said he was a 'prat' in mitigation and the learned judge merely agreed.

I thought that waving around a toy shooter around got one the same as a real one, 5 years mandatory.
 
#17
From the story.

And he ordered the 20-year-old to pay £200 compensation to Mr Hutchinson - not only for the momentary fear but also for reporting him.

I've read it through a few times,but it still makes no sense.Do the Torygraph still have sub-editors?
 
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I really do not think you should compare a RAF 'worker' with this decorated ex-PARA
Quite. It seemed to me that this bloke just got tangled up with a bird who was a bit of a wrong-un. Also bloody pointless bullshit to destroy tha knife given to him by a comrade-in-arms, and I guess, of some value as a souvenir.
 

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