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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Horse sex man sentenced

A man has been sentenced after committing a string of sex attacks on a horse.

Mark Woollen

Mark Woollen was caught with his trousers down engaging in a sex act with a horse, called Molly, and had been spotted riding her around a field with no trousers on.

He was today given a six-month suspended jail term and ordered to sign the Sex Offenders Register for seven years.

Magistrates also heard how he had stolen items from horses and was found in possession of amphetamines and cannabis.

Mark Brennan, prosecuting, said that the horse owner arrived to see Woollen engaged in a sex act with Molly.

"On his arrest he said 'I've been a fool to myself'. He told police he had given in to the temptation of having sex with horses. He admitted riding without his trousers for sexual gratification."

Woolen admitted intercourse with an animal and asked for seven similar offences to be taken into account.

Woollen was given the six month jail term, suspended for two years, by North Tyneside magistrates and given a supervision order for two years and told to do 100 hours community work.

Woollen, 33, of Goathland Avenue, Longbenton, North Tyneside, was caught exposing himself and indecently assaulting the horse called Molly at East Benton Stables, off Station Road, Wallsend, in March this year.

Woollen had earlier been banned from every field in Britain when he had admitted before magistrates he had been interfering with horses. Despite his ban he had to be electronically tagged after being caught in September lurking near some stables.

Bet the horse was disappointed!

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Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Resisting Arrest

An investigation is under way after a video of a man being repeatedly beaten by Los Angeles police officers was posted on the internet site YouTube.

The video shows two officers punching William Cardenas in the face and pinning him to the ground with a knee to the neck, while he struggles.

The incident in Hollywood occurred in August and was filmed by a local.

A report by the two officers said Mr Cardenas resisted arrest and they feared he would try to grab their guns.

Kinda reminded me of one of my all time favourite videos where this idiot teenager thinks it's a good idea to jump in front of man carrying a gun and throw abuse at him.

'Can't do s*** to you, man,' his moronic friend is heard to utter from behind the camera.

Oh yeah?


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Saturday, November 04, 2006

Russell Crowe condemns US legal system

Actor Russell Crowe, who pleaded guilty to assault last year in the US, claims the incident would have been played down in his home country of Australia.

Crowe, 42, says he regrets throwing a telephone at a hotel clerk last June.

In an interview with CBS, the New Zealand-born Oscar winner claims the US legal system is "open to be misused".

"Where I come from, a confrontation as basic and simple as that would have been satisfied with a handshake and an apology," he said.

Apparently, the US legal system is now to blame for the phone-throwing incident.

Funny thing is, that where I come from, bouncing a telephone off a hotel worker's skull is known as assault. Doing it because the phone 'wouldn't work' is known as 'Throwing your toys out the pram', 'Being a big baby', 'Spitting out the dummy' or as I would say, being a huffy shite.

Best of all, is that a handshake is reported to have been exactly what Crowe refused to exchange with Estrada, the hapless victim of the 4am-phone-wouldn't-work-to-Australia incident.


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Wednesday, November 01, 2006

They came, they Saw III, they fainted!

An ambulance trust is warning people about a horror film which contains torture scenes so gruesome they have made cinema-goers pass out.

The East Anglian Ambulance Trust said it had received a number of emergency calls to treat people watching the new horror film Saw III.

Five required ambulance assistance and one had to be taken to hospital after fainting with fright, following screenings in Stevenage, Peterborough and Cambridge.

Trust spokesman Matthew Ware said: "We wouldn't want to discourage anyone from going to see this film. But if people want to see it they should be prepared, and if they start to feel sick then they should leave."

The film is the latest in the hit series following the murderous exploits of Jigsaw, played by Tobin Bell - a serial killer devoted to inventing grisly torture techniques.

Hahaha! Those films are great, if rather dodgy when it comes to plot. I've seen Saw and Saw II - had me in kinks laughing at some of the setups and groaning at the end due to the plot. Reminds me of the days when the movie, The Exorcist had people passing out and having heart attacks while watching the film.

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