Groom-to-be ‘who slapped Ryanair stewardess on the bottom’ could be jailed

Bournemouth Echo: IN-FLIGHT: The incident happened on a Ryanair flight IN-FLIGHT: The incident happened on a Ryanair flight

A FIANCE who assaulted an air stewardess while returning from his stag do has been warned he could be jailed.

Peter Thompson, of Cranbrook Road, Poole, admitted being drunk on a Ryanair flight from Alicante to Bournemouth on May 4 and also pleaded guilty to one charge of assault.

The prosecution alleged he slapped the Ryanair stewardess on the bottom but Thompson, 48, claimed he accidentally made contact with her back while gesticulating in excitement.

Thompson, who works at a private language school, will be sentenced at Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court on June 16 – two months before he is due to get married in August. Magistrates have asked for pre-sentence reports but warned they were not ruling out any sentencing options, including custody.

Lee Turner, prosecuting at Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court, read a statement from the air stewardess in which she said Thompson told her she was very pretty and that he loved her.

“He was looking at me as if I was a piece of meat,” her statement said.

She later noticed he moved from the seat and was sitting on the lap of his friend.

“As she walked past he smacked her bottom with his open right hand,” said Mr Turner. “She pushed his hand away and said: ‘Don’t do that again’.”

Mr Turner added: “He wasn’t aggressive, she thinks he was trying to be funny but was actually very disrespectful.”

James Moore, defending, said Thompson had consumed alcohol before the flight, along with an antihistamine tablet, and was then sold a discounted alcoholic drink by the air stewardess on the plane.

He read Thompson’s basis of plea, which said he was in high spirits and looking forward to seeing his fiancée when the incident happened.

He said he flailed his arms to express himself and accidentally made contact with the stewardess as she walked past.

Mr Moore said: “He’s sat on the arm of a chair with a friend. He’s barely aware that he’s even touched her.

“Unfortunately, she got this wrong.

“What we have here is a man not intentionally making contact with the flight attendant. It wasn’t nasty, it wasn’t malicious, it didn’t cause any trouble. This is not a sinister, nasty offence – it didn’t put anyone at risk.”

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7:22am Mon 26 May 14

BournemouthMum says...

Jailed? That is pathetic. OK so he shouldn't have done it, but this is the sort of incident that could have been dealt with by way of an apology - or maybe even a police caution. Jailing someone for what looks like high-jinks getting a bit out of hand is ridiculous - especially as he is getting married soon. Other people walk free for far worse.
Jailed? That is pathetic. OK so he shouldn't have done it, but this is the sort of incident that could have been dealt with by way of an apology - or maybe even a police caution. Jailing someone for what looks like high-jinks getting a bit out of hand is ridiculous - especially as he is getting married soon. Other people walk free for far worse. BournemouthMum
  • Score: 203

7:38am Mon 26 May 14

Lord Spring says...

Ryanair selling discounted drinks don't make me laugh.
Ryanair selling discounted drinks don't make me laugh. Lord Spring
  • Score: 92

7:43am Mon 26 May 14

EGHH says...

Totally agree with BournemouthMum he will now have criminal record! Over reaction by the police. A police caution and a written apology would have been enough. I assume Ryanair has banned him from flying with them?
Totally agree with BournemouthMum he will now have criminal record! Over reaction by the police. A police caution and a written apology would have been enough. I assume Ryanair has banned him from flying with them? EGHH
  • Score: 120

7:57am Mon 26 May 14

bosco1 says...

Hardly the crime of the century, Good job it wasent the comedian Benny Hill on board, that would have been a laugh.!! But I think going to prison is pathetic when you consider crimes of today. Maybe theres compensation in the air.!!?
Hardly the crime of the century, Good job it wasent the comedian Benny Hill on board, that would have been a laugh.!! But I think going to prison is pathetic when you consider crimes of today. Maybe theres compensation in the air.!!? bosco1
  • Score: 90

7:58am Mon 26 May 14

i have heard it all now says...

Jailed!!
Get real,Just goes to show how out of touch these magistrates are.

If he was drunk why did they sell him another drink.
Jailed!! Get real,Just goes to show how out of touch these magistrates are. If he was drunk why did they sell him another drink. i have heard it all now
  • Score: 133

8:15am Mon 26 May 14

odorata says...

How pathetic. Get into the real world. This should not have been a police matter. Why couldn't the stewardess have dealt with the man herself ?.
How pathetic. Get into the real world. This should not have been a police matter. Why couldn't the stewardess have dealt with the man herself ?. odorata
  • Score: 82

8:31am Mon 26 May 14

MMM444 says...

Well it definately wasn't Wiggsy he was in front of, he would of shook his hand, just hope for him no one was slapping his future wife's a-se while he was away, comes around goes around and all that stuff lol
Well it definately wasn't Wiggsy he was in front of, he would of shook his hand, just hope for him no one was slapping his future wife's a-se while he was away, comes around goes around and all that stuff lol MMM444
  • Score: -27

8:44am Mon 26 May 14

alasdair1967 says...

Is there more to this story that is actually being published jail for slapping a woman's backside ? Overreaction in the extreme as people have all ready stated we have all read about the lenient sentences handed down to the peadophiles of the area there crimes far more disgusting than this story yet they escaped a jail sentence !
Is there more to this story that is actually being published jail for slapping a woman's backside ? Overreaction in the extreme as people have all ready stated we have all read about the lenient sentences handed down to the peadophiles of the area there crimes far more disgusting than this story yet they escaped a jail sentence ! alasdair1967
  • Score: 61

8:45am Mon 26 May 14

Controversial But True says...

Ryanair make sure you get charged for everything!
Ryanair make sure you get charged for everything! Controversial But True
  • Score: 84

8:46am Mon 26 May 14

eaststandman says...

Hope he doesn't mind if someone else has been fondling his wife-to-be's bottom !

Still he won't care. He 'loves' the air stewardess.

A disasterous marriage looms...............
..........
Hope he doesn't mind if someone else has been fondling his wife-to-be's bottom ! Still he won't care. He 'loves' the air stewardess. A disasterous marriage looms............... .......... eaststandman
  • Score: -3

8:50am Mon 26 May 14

High Treason says...

Sounds like a real yob and his fiancée must be so proud of him. Behaving like that simply shows he would have gone with any woman who would have him. Ditch him quick men like him are a waste of space. Would any man defending him like the same done to their partner.
Sounds like a real yob and his fiancée must be so proud of him. Behaving like that simply shows he would have gone with any woman who would have him. Ditch him quick men like him are a waste of space. Would any man defending him like the same done to their partner. High Treason
  • Score: -43

8:54am Mon 26 May 14

alasdair1967 says...

High Treason wrote:
Sounds like a real yob and his fiancée must be so proud of him. Behaving like that simply shows he would have gone with any woman who would have him. Ditch him quick men like him are a waste of space. Would any man defending him like the same done to their partner.
Not defending the man ,it's just the absurd thought that he could go to jail for in my opinion a petty crime ,however if you take indecent pictures of children you are convicted in the local courts yet are still free to walk the streets !!!
[quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: Sounds like a real yob and his fiancée must be so proud of him. Behaving like that simply shows he would have gone with any woman who would have him. Ditch him quick men like him are a waste of space. Would any man defending him like the same done to their partner.[/p][/quote]Not defending the man ,it's just the absurd thought that he could go to jail for in my opinion a petty crime ,however if you take indecent pictures of children you are convicted in the local courts yet are still free to walk the streets !!! alasdair1967
  • Score: 61

9:03am Mon 26 May 14

shaft says...

Imagine he did this to a female passenger all hell could have broke loose no I think the courts are right to send out a clear message, DIRTY old man, at least the bridesmaids have be per warned.
Imagine he did this to a female passenger all hell could have broke loose no I think the courts are right to send out a clear message, DIRTY old man, at least the bridesmaids have be per warned. shaft
  • Score: -53

9:04am Mon 26 May 14

echor23 says...

Whilst it would be fair enough for this man to be cautioned and be slapped on the wrist by the police I think the police need to seriously look at themselves and get their priorities right!!! It is disgusting that they would even consider a harmless joke which this man did whilst drunk to be sent to jail! The obviously have more spaces in jail than is publicised!!!
Repulsive of the police to even spend so much time and money on this case when seriel robbers, muggers, abusers, rapists and murderes can get off scott free!
They wonder why the public don't feel safe anymore!!!
Whilst it would be fair enough for this man to be cautioned and be slapped on the wrist by the police I think the police need to seriously look at themselves and get their priorities right!!! It is disgusting that they would even consider a harmless joke which this man did whilst drunk to be sent to jail! The obviously have more spaces in jail than is publicised!!! Repulsive of the police to even spend so much time and money on this case when seriel robbers, muggers, abusers, rapists and murderes can get off scott free! They wonder why the public don't feel safe anymore!!! echor23
  • Score: 40

9:07am Mon 26 May 14

Tripod says...

So many people commenting without actually reading the story!
He hasn't been sentenced yet, sentencing won't happen until 16th, Custody is just ONE of the options available.
So many people commenting without actually reading the story! He hasn't been sentenced yet, sentencing won't happen until 16th, Custody is just ONE of the options available. Tripod
  • Score: 11

9:11am Mon 26 May 14

wilkiemini says...

If a dirty old perv had slapped you on the bottom you'd realise how degrading it is?
Personally I would have smacked him back......in the face!
But the poor girl was working obviously she could not retaliate.

no it does not deserve jail.....but he does deserve the humiliation the story brings with it and should have the guts to admit what he did and apologise, rather than make up ridiculous cover stories that nobody believes anyway!
If a dirty old perv had slapped you on the bottom you'd realise how degrading it is? Personally I would have smacked him back......in the face! But the poor girl was working obviously she could not retaliate. no it does not deserve jail.....but he does deserve the humiliation the story brings with it and should have the guts to admit what he did and apologise, rather than make up ridiculous cover stories that nobody believes anyway! wilkiemini
  • Score: 20

9:45am Mon 26 May 14

Sue001 says...

"Magistrates have asked for pre-sentence reports but warned they were not ruling out any sentencing options, including custody."

I would imagine that this is a standard quote for ALL cases that come before a court irrespective of the charge. Press do like to publish attention-grabbing headlines to make you read it. Another 'nothing' story...!
"Magistrates have asked for pre-sentence reports but warned they were not ruling out any sentencing options, including custody." I would imagine that this is a standard quote for ALL cases that come before a court irrespective of the charge. Press do like to publish attention-grabbing headlines to make you read it. Another 'nothing' story...! Sue001
  • Score: 14

9:53am Mon 26 May 14

BournemouthMum says...

wilkiemini wrote:
If a dirty old perv had slapped you on the bottom you'd realise how degrading it is?
Personally I would have smacked him back......in the face!
But the poor girl was working obviously she could not retaliate.

no it does not deserve jail.....but he does deserve the humiliation the story brings with it and should have the guts to admit what he did and apologise, rather than make up ridiculous cover stories that nobody believes anyway!
Hardly a dirty old perv -it looks like drunken bravado, a bloke showing off in front of his mates who were all in high spirits on his stag do. I don't know the chap personally, but I expect he's sorry he did it in the cold light of day. I think it has been blown way out of proportion. A caution and permanent ban from the airline would have sufficed. Perspective.
[quote][p][bold]wilkiemini[/bold] wrote: If a dirty old perv had slapped you on the bottom you'd realise how degrading it is? Personally I would have smacked him back......in the face! But the poor girl was working obviously she could not retaliate. no it does not deserve jail.....but he does deserve the humiliation the story brings with it and should have the guts to admit what he did and apologise, rather than make up ridiculous cover stories that nobody believes anyway![/p][/quote]Hardly a dirty old perv -it looks like drunken bravado, a bloke showing off in front of his mates who were all in high spirits on his stag do. I don't know the chap personally, but I expect he's sorry he did it in the cold light of day. I think it has been blown way out of proportion. A caution and permanent ban from the airline would have sufficed. Perspective. BournemouthMum
  • Score: 38

10:09am Mon 26 May 14

a.g.o.g. says...

Funny how the law works think I because, if he was an old man now and this assault had happened maybe 40 years ago, he could have been up on a far more serious charge than that of mere common assault
Funny how the law works think I because, if he was an old man now and this assault had happened maybe 40 years ago, he could have been up on a far more serious charge than that of mere common assault a.g.o.g.
  • Score: -7

10:10am Mon 26 May 14

politicaltrainspotter says...

When you look at the 'In The Dock' section you regulary see people who have assaulted a person by beating and what do they recieve a £75 fine and a thinking skills programe or anger management course.So going to jail for this offence is a bit over the top.All i can say is the magistrates must of attended the same school as wiggy's for justice.Even though we all know magistrates are not trained in law.
When you look at the 'In The Dock' section you regulary see people who have assaulted a person by beating and what do they recieve a £75 fine and a thinking skills programe or anger management course.So going to jail for this offence is a bit over the top.All i can say is the magistrates must of attended the same school as wiggy's for justice.Even though we all know magistrates are not trained in law. politicaltrainspotter
  • Score: 21

10:20am Mon 26 May 14

twynham says...

What nobody seems to realise is that behavior from a plank such as this guy may be "acceptable" to some in other environments but on an aircraft the rules are different as the consequences could lead to a situation which puts the flight in jeopardy.
In most other situations you can walk away from a dumbass who can't hold his drink, not on a plane.
He should not have been allowed on the flight if he was drunk and certainly not served another drink. (must have been really p#ssed to think a Ryanair drink was discounted).
Hope he doesn't intend flying anywhere on his honeymoon as a prosecution for causing a disturbance on one airline can lead to a ban on all!
What nobody seems to realise is that behavior from a plank such as this guy may be "acceptable" to some in other environments but on an aircraft the rules are different as the consequences could lead to a situation which puts the flight in jeopardy. In most other situations you can walk away from a dumbass who can't hold his drink, not on a plane. He should not have been allowed on the flight if he was drunk and certainly not served another drink. (must have been really p#ssed to think a Ryanair drink was discounted). Hope he doesn't intend flying anywhere on his honeymoon as a prosecution for causing a disturbance on one airline can lead to a ban on all! twynham
  • Score: 13

10:30am Mon 26 May 14

disfan says...

i think you will find the offence is being drunk on a plane.
the assault is a secondry offence for which i would hope he receives a big fine.
this was a sexual assault and not your bog standard drunken idiot friday night slap in the night club!
i think you will find the offence is being drunk on a plane. the assault is a secondry offence for which i would hope he receives a big fine. this was a sexual assault and not your bog standard drunken idiot friday night slap in the night club! disfan
  • Score: -5

10:39am Mon 26 May 14

Loonyspoon says...

Oh dear..I'd imagine the prospect of a custodial sentence was the least of his worries once his fiancee got her hands on him.
Oh dear..I'd imagine the prospect of a custodial sentence was the least of his worries once his fiancee got her hands on him. Loonyspoon
  • Score: 13

10:52am Mon 26 May 14

High Treason says...

alasdair1967 wrote:
High Treason wrote:
Sounds like a real yob and his fiancée must be so proud of him. Behaving like that simply shows he would have gone with any woman who would have him. Ditch him quick men like him are a waste of space. Would any man defending him like the same done to their partner.
Not defending the man ,it's just the absurd thought that he could go to jail for in my opinion a petty crime ,however if you take indecent pictures of children you are convicted in the local courts yet are still free to walk the streets !!!
I would be amazed if he went to jail but he deserved to be charged. I have been on a flight where some peoples behaviour is uncivilised. It is not very pleasant for others, especially those with children, to have to witness drunken behaviour for several hours. It is not as if we can open a door and get off.
[quote][p][bold]alasdair1967[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: Sounds like a real yob and his fiancée must be so proud of him. Behaving like that simply shows he would have gone with any woman who would have him. Ditch him quick men like him are a waste of space. Would any man defending him like the same done to their partner.[/p][/quote]Not defending the man ,it's just the absurd thought that he could go to jail for in my opinion a petty crime ,however if you take indecent pictures of children you are convicted in the local courts yet are still free to walk the streets !!![/p][/quote]I would be amazed if he went to jail but he deserved to be charged. I have been on a flight where some peoples behaviour is uncivilised. It is not very pleasant for others, especially those with children, to have to witness drunken behaviour for several hours. It is not as if we can open a door and get off. High Treason
  • Score: 21

11:12am Mon 26 May 14

MrPitiful says...

She should have slapped the idiot back in front of his mates. Twice as hard.

Middle aged blokes are the worst type of stag dos. Away from their wives for a night, unable to handle their drink & generally behaving like plebs.
She should have slapped the idiot back in front of his mates. Twice as hard. Middle aged blokes are the worst type of stag dos. Away from their wives for a night, unable to handle their drink & generally behaving like plebs. MrPitiful
  • Score: 6

11:17am Mon 26 May 14

churchill gardens resident says...

make him go & live in a boscombe bedsit for 2 months that's more of a punishment than going to prison
make him go & live in a boscombe bedsit for 2 months that's more of a punishment than going to prison churchill gardens resident
  • Score: 5

11:22am Mon 26 May 14

Avengerboy says...

Disproportionate sentencing brings the law into disrepute as much as corruption, I would like to hear what the victims would recommend as a sentence.
Disproportionate sentencing brings the law into disrepute as much as corruption, I would like to hear what the victims would recommend as a sentence. Avengerboy
  • Score: 6

11:26am Mon 26 May 14

ashleycross says...

Foreign language schools bring a lot of money into the town for both the schools and the families that host the students. This kind of drunk sexist being employed in that industry isn't going to do the town any favours. Is it really the sort of person you'd want teaching your teenage daughter alone and away from home?
Although judging by the comments here I'd be surprised if most of those posting are even allowed to see their kids.
Foreign language schools bring a lot of money into the town for both the schools and the families that host the students. This kind of drunk sexist being employed in that industry isn't going to do the town any favours. Is it really the sort of person you'd want teaching your teenage daughter alone and away from home? Although judging by the comments here I'd be surprised if most of those posting are even allowed to see their kids. ashleycross
  • Score: -10

11:34am Mon 26 May 14

shaft says...

Loonyspoon wrote:
Oh dear..I'd imagine the prospect of a custodial sentence was the least of his worries once his fiancee got her hands on him.
His real shame will be when the school he works for sends out a letter to all that attend the school due to the nature of the incident. typical premeditated act of someone not respecting another persons boundary, the drink just brings out the person they truly are.
[quote][p][bold]Loonyspoon[/bold] wrote: Oh dear..I'd imagine the prospect of a custodial sentence was the least of his worries once his fiancee got her hands on him.[/p][/quote]His real shame will be when the school he works for sends out a letter to all that attend the school due to the nature of the incident. typical premeditated act of someone not respecting another persons boundary, the drink just brings out the person they truly are. shaft
  • Score: -1

12:02pm Mon 26 May 14

BournemouthMum says...

Tripod wrote:
So many people commenting without actually reading the story!
He hasn't been sentenced yet, sentencing won't happen until 16th, Custody is just ONE of the options available.
The fact that the magistrates have ordered pre-sentence reports indicates that they are seriously considering jailing him otherwise they would have dealt with it there and then by way of a fine / community order or similar.
[quote][p][bold]Tripod[/bold] wrote: So many people commenting without actually reading the story! He hasn't been sentenced yet, sentencing won't happen until 16th, Custody is just ONE of the options available.[/p][/quote]The fact that the magistrates have ordered pre-sentence reports indicates that they are seriously considering jailing him otherwise they would have dealt with it there and then by way of a fine / community order or similar. BournemouthMum
  • Score: 8

12:09pm Mon 26 May 14

BournemouthMum says...

Sue001 wrote:
"Magistrates have asked for pre-sentence reports but warned they were not ruling out any sentencing options, including custody."

I would imagine that this is a standard quote for ALL cases that come before a court irrespective of the charge. Press do like to publish attention-grabbing headlines to make you read it. Another 'nothing' story...!
Not true. They only order reports if they are seriously considering jail. The man is working, has a decent job and is getting married so they'll probably jail him, whereas if he was someone with a long criminal record for burglary who was on drugs and never worked they would probably let him off.
[quote][p][bold]Sue001[/bold] wrote: "Magistrates have asked for pre-sentence reports but warned they were not ruling out any sentencing options, including custody." I would imagine that this is a standard quote for ALL cases that come before a court irrespective of the charge. Press do like to publish attention-grabbing headlines to make you read it. Another 'nothing' story...![/p][/quote]Not true. They only order reports if they are seriously considering jail. The man is working, has a decent job and is getting married so they'll probably jail him, whereas if he was someone with a long criminal record for burglary who was on drugs and never worked they would probably let him off. BournemouthMum
  • Score: 21

12:14pm Mon 26 May 14

live-and-let-live says...

as prisons are filled with people who cause offence its a good thing that criminals are getting away with everything
as prisons are filled with people who cause offence its a good thing that criminals are getting away with everything live-and-let-live
  • Score: -5

1:11pm Mon 26 May 14

goatty says...

Sounds like a right yob. Yes jailing him is an over reaction but should be banned from flying with all airlines for say 5 or 10 years, as not only the stewardess should not have to put up with yobbish behaviour but also all the other passengers listening to drunken idiots. Sends a clear message out.....Get drunk and act like a yob on a flight and it could be your last for 10 years.
Sounds like a right yob. Yes jailing him is an over reaction but should be banned from flying with all airlines for say 5 or 10 years, as not only the stewardess should not have to put up with yobbish behaviour but also all the other passengers listening to drunken idiots. Sends a clear message out.....Get drunk and act like a yob on a flight and it could be your last for 10 years. goatty
  • Score: 4

1:55pm Mon 26 May 14

Dean Park says...

This has been blown out of all proportion, whilst he should not have done it I do think that everyone involved has somewhat over reacted (the stewardess included who may have been indulging in a little attention seeking in my opinion). There are far worse crimes being committed in this country to be dealt with and to tie up the police, probation service and courts with this pathetic case is ridiculous.
This has been blown out of all proportion, whilst he should not have done it I do think that everyone involved has somewhat over reacted (the stewardess included who may have been indulging in a little attention seeking in my opinion). There are far worse crimes being committed in this country to be dealt with and to tie up the police, probation service and courts with this pathetic case is ridiculous. Dean Park
  • Score: 3

2:35pm Mon 26 May 14

Tripod says...

BournemouthMum wrote:
Sue001 wrote:
"Magistrates have asked for pre-sentence reports but warned they were not ruling out any sentencing options, including custody."

I would imagine that this is a standard quote for ALL cases that come before a court irrespective of the charge. Press do like to publish attention-grabbing headlines to make you read it. Another 'nothing' story...!
Not true. They only order reports if they are seriously considering jail. The man is working, has a decent job and is getting married so they'll probably jail him, whereas if he was someone with a long criminal record for burglary who was on drugs and never worked they would probably let him off.
They could be requesting a report before considering wether or not to ask Him to sign the Sex Offenders Register, doing so would almost certainly be an end to His chances of working in any form or educational establishment.

Most airlines and airline staff are getting pretty fed-up with drunken morons trying to grope the staff, wouldn't be surprised if they were taking the opportunity to apply a little pressure and send a message.
[quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sue001[/bold] wrote: "Magistrates have asked for pre-sentence reports but warned they were not ruling out any sentencing options, including custody." I would imagine that this is a standard quote for ALL cases that come before a court irrespective of the charge. Press do like to publish attention-grabbing headlines to make you read it. Another 'nothing' story...![/p][/quote]Not true. They only order reports if they are seriously considering jail. The man is working, has a decent job and is getting married so they'll probably jail him, whereas if he was someone with a long criminal record for burglary who was on drugs and never worked they would probably let him off.[/p][/quote]They could be requesting a report before considering wether or not to ask Him to sign the Sex Offenders Register, doing so would almost certainly be an end to His chances of working in any form or educational establishment. Most airlines and airline staff are getting pretty fed-up with drunken morons trying to grope the staff, wouldn't be surprised if they were taking the opportunity to apply a little pressure and send a message. Tripod
  • Score: 6

4:05pm Mon 26 May 14

Letcommonsenseprevail says...

When the **** did slapping someones butt become a criminal offence? This world is going to the dogs!!!!
When the **** did slapping someones butt become a criminal offence? This world is going to the dogs!!!! Letcommonsenseprevail
  • Score: 4

4:18pm Mon 26 May 14

keith milton says...

whilst politicians(dictator
s) like blair,cameron etc,who have been responsible for murdering millions in illegal wars,walk free.

this country is finished
whilst politicians(dictator s) like blair,cameron etc,who have been responsible for murdering millions in illegal wars,walk free. this country is finished keith milton
  • Score: -1

4:35pm Mon 26 May 14

TheDistrict says...

How ridiculous this matter is. Above refer to the Police being over zealous on this case, or the courts proposing custodial sentences. The real wrong doer here is Ryanair. Firstly they allowed an already drunken reveller on to the aircraft, they then served him further drink or drinks, and the cabin staff did not do anything about it. It is obvious he was arrested at his arrival airport and handed over to the Police for being drunk on a commercial airliner. Again the fault lies with Ryanair.

Of course this money grabbing company can afford all the legal goings on, where the defendant no doubt cannot not. It is good money for the legal beavers and the courts to line their pockets.

A caution would have sufficed. With a written apology to the Cabin Staff. Not Ryanair.
How ridiculous this matter is. Above refer to the Police being over zealous on this case, or the courts proposing custodial sentences. The real wrong doer here is Ryanair. Firstly they allowed an already drunken reveller on to the aircraft, they then served him further drink or drinks, and the cabin staff did not do anything about it. It is obvious he was arrested at his arrival airport and handed over to the Police for being drunk on a commercial airliner. Again the fault lies with Ryanair. Of course this money grabbing company can afford all the legal goings on, where the defendant no doubt cannot not. It is good money for the legal beavers and the courts to line their pockets. A caution would have sufficed. With a written apology to the Cabin Staff. Not Ryanair. TheDistrict
  • Score: 10

4:41pm Mon 26 May 14

SeafaringMan says...

eaststandman wrote:
Hope he doesn't mind if someone else has been fondling his wife-to-be's bottom !

Still he won't care. He 'loves' the air stewardess.

A disasterous marriage looms...............

..........
If you are going to post words of more than one syllable you should learn to spell them!
[quote][p][bold]eaststandman[/bold] wrote: Hope he doesn't mind if someone else has been fondling his wife-to-be's bottom ! Still he won't care. He 'loves' the air stewardess. A disasterous marriage looms............... ..........[/p][/quote]If you are going to post words of more than one syllable you should learn to spell them! SeafaringMan
  • Score: 1

6:32pm Mon 26 May 14

stevobath says...

BournemouthMum wrote:
Sue001 wrote:
"Magistrates have asked for pre-sentence reports but warned they were not ruling out any sentencing options, including custody."

I would imagine that this is a standard quote for ALL cases that come before a court irrespective of the charge. Press do like to publish attention-grabbing headlines to make you read it. Another 'nothing' story...!
Not true. They only order reports if they are seriously considering jail. The man is working, has a decent job and is getting married so they'll probably jail him, whereas if he was someone with a long criminal record for burglary who was on drugs and never worked they would probably let him off.
You're wrong.

Jail is just one reason they may order a PSR. Try Google.
[quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sue001[/bold] wrote: "Magistrates have asked for pre-sentence reports but warned they were not ruling out any sentencing options, including custody." I would imagine that this is a standard quote for ALL cases that come before a court irrespective of the charge. Press do like to publish attention-grabbing headlines to make you read it. Another 'nothing' story...![/p][/quote]Not true. They only order reports if they are seriously considering jail. The man is working, has a decent job and is getting married so they'll probably jail him, whereas if he was someone with a long criminal record for burglary who was on drugs and never worked they would probably let him off.[/p][/quote]You're wrong. Jail is just one reason they may order a PSR. Try Google. stevobath
  • Score: 2

6:42pm Mon 26 May 14

stevobath says...

Letcommonsenseprevai
l
wrote:
When the **** did slapping someones butt become a criminal offence? This world is going to the dogs!!!!
When 'someone' hasn't given you permission to slap their arse. It's an assault & has been for many years. I'msure you could easily find out 'When it became an offense'.

You won't mind your' wife being touched up or 'God forbid, your daughter, if she's unlucky enough to have you for a parent? You'd be quite happy would you?
Just 'cause you think it trivial, doesn't mean it to someone else. What a trivial attitude you have to someone else's body & how/when it's ok to handle it.
[quote][p][bold]Letcommonsenseprevai l[/bold] wrote: When the **** did slapping someones butt become a criminal offence? This world is going to the dogs!!!![/p][/quote]When 'someone' hasn't given you permission to slap their arse. It's an assault & has been for many years. I'msure you could easily find out 'When it became an offense'. You won't mind your' wife being touched up or 'God forbid, your daughter, if she's unlucky enough to have you for a parent? You'd be quite happy would you? Just 'cause you think it trivial, doesn't mean it to someone else. What a trivial attitude you have to someone else's body & how/when it's ok to handle it. stevobath
  • Score: 10

6:43pm Mon 26 May 14

O'Reilly says...

Loonyspoon wrote:
Oh dear..I'd imagine the prospect of a custodial sentence was the least of his worries once his fiancee got her hands on him.
Aye............
[quote][p][bold]Loonyspoon[/bold] wrote: Oh dear..I'd imagine the prospect of a custodial sentence was the least of his worries once his fiancee got her hands on him.[/p][/quote]Aye............ O'Reilly
  • Score: 4

8:04pm Mon 26 May 14

Minty Fresh says...

Drunk man acts in an inappropriate manner.
Air Stewardess childishly overreacts by reporting silly drunk man.
Silly drunk man is treated in an entirely inappropriate manner.
Stewardess should be ashamed for dragging silly man through the courts.
Judge should see sense and dismiss this pathetic case.

I hope when UKIP win the next election that this kind of thing will be consigned to the history dustbin.
Stuff Europe. Stuff their laws.
Drunk man acts in an inappropriate manner. Air Stewardess childishly overreacts by reporting silly drunk man. Silly drunk man is treated in an entirely inappropriate manner. Stewardess should be ashamed for dragging silly man through the courts. Judge should see sense and dismiss this pathetic case. I hope when UKIP win the next election that this kind of thing will be consigned to the history dustbin. Stuff Europe. Stuff their laws. Minty Fresh
  • Score: -10

9:31pm Mon 26 May 14

jpwf says...

This is pathetic! The world has got its priorities wrong! OK not great behaviour at all - but Jail?? It's not in the same league as the single punch killer recently jailed for his attack in Bournemouth.
This is pathetic! The world has got its priorities wrong! OK not great behaviour at all - but Jail?? It's not in the same league as the single punch killer recently jailed for his attack in Bournemouth. jpwf
  • Score: 8

9:35pm Mon 26 May 14

skydriver says...

BournemouthMum wrote:
Jailed? That is pathetic. OK so he shouldn't have done it, but this is the sort of incident that could have been dealt with by way of an apology - or maybe even a police caution. Jailing someone for what looks like high-jinks getting a bit out of hand is ridiculous - especially as he is getting married soon. Other people walk free for far worse.
Yet again O'leary of Ryan Air gets publicity for free.
[quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: Jailed? That is pathetic. OK so he shouldn't have done it, but this is the sort of incident that could have been dealt with by way of an apology - or maybe even a police caution. Jailing someone for what looks like high-jinks getting a bit out of hand is ridiculous - especially as he is getting married soon. Other people walk free for far worse.[/p][/quote]Yet again O'leary of Ryan Air gets publicity for free. skydriver
  • Score: 6

10:09pm Mon 26 May 14

nothingtofear says...

TheDistrict wrote:
How ridiculous this matter is. Above refer to the Police being over zealous on this case, or the courts proposing custodial sentences. The real wrong doer here is Ryanair. Firstly they allowed an already drunken reveller on to the aircraft, they then served him further drink or drinks, and the cabin staff did not do anything about it. It is obvious he was arrested at his arrival airport and handed over to the Police for being drunk on a commercial airliner. Again the fault lies with Ryanair.

Of course this money grabbing company can afford all the legal goings on, where the defendant no doubt cannot not. It is good money for the legal beavers and the courts to line their pockets.

A caution would have sufficed. With a written apology to the Cabin Staff. Not Ryanair.
@ TheDistrict. I normally agree with much of what you say but not on this occasion as you seem to think that Peter Thompson bears no personal responsibility for his actions and that the entirety of the blame for this incident lies with Ryanair.

Perhaps he should not have been allowed to board and later served alcohol in flight but the fact is that Thompson is 48 years old not 18 and would've been well aware that mixing alcohol and anti histamines doesn't always have a happy outcome.

Like many others, I am heartily sick of flights being disrupted and sometimes even diverted because of the antics of drunken oafs that you can't escape from so if someone has to do some time lets hope it serves as a deterrent.

I'm guessing from your post though that you've had a bad experience with Ryanair in the past.
[quote][p][bold]TheDistrict[/bold] wrote: How ridiculous this matter is. Above refer to the Police being over zealous on this case, or the courts proposing custodial sentences. The real wrong doer here is Ryanair. Firstly they allowed an already drunken reveller on to the aircraft, they then served him further drink or drinks, and the cabin staff did not do anything about it. It is obvious he was arrested at his arrival airport and handed over to the Police for being drunk on a commercial airliner. Again the fault lies with Ryanair. Of course this money grabbing company can afford all the legal goings on, where the defendant no doubt cannot not. It is good money for the legal beavers and the courts to line their pockets. A caution would have sufficed. With a written apology to the Cabin Staff. Not Ryanair.[/p][/quote]@ TheDistrict. I normally agree with much of what you say but not on this occasion as you seem to think that Peter Thompson bears no personal responsibility for his actions and that the entirety of the blame for this incident lies with Ryanair. Perhaps he should not have been allowed to board and later served alcohol in flight but the fact is that Thompson is 48 years old not 18 and would've been well aware that mixing alcohol and anti histamines doesn't always have a happy outcome. Like many others, I am heartily sick of flights being disrupted and sometimes even diverted because of the antics of drunken oafs that you can't escape from so if someone has to do some time lets hope it serves as a deterrent. I'm guessing from your post though that you've had a bad experience with Ryanair in the past. nothingtofear
  • Score: 5

11:20pm Mon 26 May 14

HRH of Boscombe says...

BournemouthMum wrote:
Jailed? That is pathetic. OK so he shouldn't have done it, but this is the sort of incident that could have been dealt with by way of an apology - or maybe even a police caution. Jailing someone for what looks like high-jinks getting a bit out of hand is ridiculous - especially as he is getting married soon. Other people walk free for far worse.
Exactly. The nonces caught with kiddy pics recently for example.
.
It's bad behavior but should this stewardess really be working serving the public if she's so easily 'traumatised'?
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Apology would be prob be fine but if not send him on an embarrassing sexism course but jail is ludicrous when they let the real dangers go.
[quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: Jailed? That is pathetic. OK so he shouldn't have done it, but this is the sort of incident that could have been dealt with by way of an apology - or maybe even a police caution. Jailing someone for what looks like high-jinks getting a bit out of hand is ridiculous - especially as he is getting married soon. Other people walk free for far worse.[/p][/quote]Exactly. The nonces caught with kiddy pics recently for example. . It's bad behavior but should this stewardess really be working serving the public if she's so easily 'traumatised'? . Apology would be prob be fine but if not send him on an embarrassing sexism course but jail is ludicrous when they let the real dangers go. HRH of Boscombe
  • Score: -6

12:31am Tue 27 May 14

Frank28 says...

Whilst airlines permit drunks to board a flight, and further alcohol available to be consumed on the flight, then you must expect this sort of behaviour.
Whilst airlines permit drunks to board a flight, and further alcohol available to be consumed on the flight, then you must expect this sort of behaviour. Frank28
  • Score: 6

8:52am Tue 27 May 14

RM says...

Dean Park wrote:
This has been blown out of all proportion, whilst he should not have done it I do think that everyone involved has somewhat over reacted (the stewardess included who may have been indulging in a little attention seeking in my opinion). There are far worse crimes being committed in this country to be dealt with and to tie up the police, probation service and courts with this pathetic case is ridiculous.
A quick fist in the face or a Pompey kiss from the stewardess in front of his mates would have settled the matter swiftly & without all the cost of a court case. How many people act completely out of character with too much drink taken unfortunately? What he did was wrong but so is this storm in a tea cup. However, Dorset Police will be able to write it up as a solved crime, without too much effort on their part so they'll be pleased. Much easier than tackling some travellers over causing criminal damage - oh I forgot, they don't.
[quote][p][bold]Dean Park[/bold] wrote: This has been blown out of all proportion, whilst he should not have done it I do think that everyone involved has somewhat over reacted (the stewardess included who may have been indulging in a little attention seeking in my opinion). There are far worse crimes being committed in this country to be dealt with and to tie up the police, probation service and courts with this pathetic case is ridiculous.[/p][/quote]A quick fist in the face or a Pompey kiss from the stewardess in front of his mates would have settled the matter swiftly & without all the cost of a court case. How many people act completely out of character with too much drink taken unfortunately? What he did was wrong but so is this storm in a tea cup. However, Dorset Police will be able to write it up as a solved crime, without too much effort on their part so they'll be pleased. Much easier than tackling some travellers over causing criminal damage - oh I forgot, they don't. RM
  • Score: 3

10:19am Tue 27 May 14

TheDistrict says...

nothingtofear wrote:
TheDistrict wrote:
How ridiculous this matter is. Above refer to the Police being over zealous on this case, or the courts proposing custodial sentences. The real wrong doer here is Ryanair. Firstly they allowed an already drunken reveller on to the aircraft, they then served him further drink or drinks, and the cabin staff did not do anything about it. It is obvious he was arrested at his arrival airport and handed over to the Police for being drunk on a commercial airliner. Again the fault lies with Ryanair.

Of course this money grabbing company can afford all the legal goings on, where the defendant no doubt cannot not. It is good money for the legal beavers and the courts to line their pockets.

A caution would have sufficed. With a written apology to the Cabin Staff. Not Ryanair.
@ TheDistrict. I normally agree with much of what you say but not on this occasion as you seem to think that Peter Thompson bears no personal responsibility for his actions and that the entirety of the blame for this incident lies with Ryanair.

Perhaps he should not have been allowed to board and later served alcohol in flight but the fact is that Thompson is 48 years old not 18 and would've been well aware that mixing alcohol and anti histamines doesn't always have a happy outcome.

Like many others, I am heartily sick of flights being disrupted and sometimes even diverted because of the antics of drunken oafs that you can't escape from so if someone has to do some time lets hope it serves as a deterrent.

I'm guessing from your post though that you've had a bad experience with Ryanair in the past.
Firstly, never flown with them, no reason, but never have. However, I do have a right to an opinion, and that opinion is as stated in my OP. I have seen other airlines stop passengers from embarking because of alcohol, and not just the younger revellers, but some older than Peter Thompson. Yes some delays are incurred, but not always. Had Ryanair used their authority and stop the boarding of Peter Thompson, then this matter would not be on the pages of the Echo.

Incidentally, no pictures of the defendant or the victim, but a huge picture of a Ryanair aircraft. Free advertising springs to mind.

Yes, Peter Thompson over stepped the mark, but a possible prison sentence, ridiculous, as is this story.
[quote][p][bold]nothingtofear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TheDistrict[/bold] wrote: How ridiculous this matter is. Above refer to the Police being over zealous on this case, or the courts proposing custodial sentences. The real wrong doer here is Ryanair. Firstly they allowed an already drunken reveller on to the aircraft, they then served him further drink or drinks, and the cabin staff did not do anything about it. It is obvious he was arrested at his arrival airport and handed over to the Police for being drunk on a commercial airliner. Again the fault lies with Ryanair. Of course this money grabbing company can afford all the legal goings on, where the defendant no doubt cannot not. It is good money for the legal beavers and the courts to line their pockets. A caution would have sufficed. With a written apology to the Cabin Staff. Not Ryanair.[/p][/quote]@ TheDistrict. I normally agree with much of what you say but not on this occasion as you seem to think that Peter Thompson bears no personal responsibility for his actions and that the entirety of the blame for this incident lies with Ryanair. Perhaps he should not have been allowed to board and later served alcohol in flight but the fact is that Thompson is 48 years old not 18 and would've been well aware that mixing alcohol and anti histamines doesn't always have a happy outcome. Like many others, I am heartily sick of flights being disrupted and sometimes even diverted because of the antics of drunken oafs that you can't escape from so if someone has to do some time lets hope it serves as a deterrent. I'm guessing from your post though that you've had a bad experience with Ryanair in the past.[/p][/quote]Firstly, never flown with them, no reason, but never have. However, I do have a right to an opinion, and that opinion is as stated in my OP. I have seen other airlines stop passengers from embarking because of alcohol, and not just the younger revellers, but some older than Peter Thompson. Yes some delays are incurred, but not always. Had Ryanair used their authority and stop the boarding of Peter Thompson, then this matter would not be on the pages of the Echo. Incidentally, no pictures of the defendant or the victim, but a huge picture of a Ryanair aircraft. Free advertising springs to mind. Yes, Peter Thompson over stepped the mark, but a possible prison sentence, ridiculous, as is this story. TheDistrict
  • Score: 4

12:49pm Tue 27 May 14

nickynoodah says...

cheeky hey he should get 2years for his cheeky behaviour
1year for each cheek you know
cheeky hey he should get 2years for his cheeky behaviour 1year for each cheek you know nickynoodah
  • Score: -4

2:14pm Tue 27 May 14

samjdavis says...

Whilst his actions are silly, aren't licensed premises supposed to not serve drinks to people who they think are intoxicated.

Two wrongs don't make a right, but lets face facts, she's probably just after a bit of easy wedge.

Should just be a stern warning, sack the case off, and then maybe Bournemouth Magistrates Court can spend our money on something a bit more serious.
Whilst his actions are silly, aren't licensed premises supposed to not serve drinks to people who they think are intoxicated. Two wrongs don't make a right, but lets face facts, she's probably just after a bit of easy wedge. Should just be a stern warning, sack the case off, and then maybe Bournemouth Magistrates Court can spend our money on something a bit more serious. samjdavis
  • Score: 1

6:20pm Tue 27 May 14

Echo & the Funnymen says...

Slapped her with an open hand! Spanking Good story from the echo! Perhaps if he was a bit lower he would have been in the"mile thigh club" !
Slapped her with an open hand! Spanking Good story from the echo! Perhaps if he was a bit lower he would have been in the"mile thigh club" ! Echo & the Funnymen
  • Score: 1

8:04pm Tue 27 May 14

chriscul says...

BournemouthMum wrote:
Jailed? That is pathetic. OK so he shouldn't have done it, but this is the sort of incident that could have been dealt with by way of an apology - or maybe even a police caution. Jailing someone for what looks like high-jinks getting a bit out of hand is ridiculous - especially as he is getting married soon. Other people walk free for far worse.
And how would you feel, BournemouthMum, if a random drunk came into your place of work and slapped you on the backside?
[quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: Jailed? That is pathetic. OK so he shouldn't have done it, but this is the sort of incident that could have been dealt with by way of an apology - or maybe even a police caution. Jailing someone for what looks like high-jinks getting a bit out of hand is ridiculous - especially as he is getting married soon. Other people walk free for far worse.[/p][/quote]And how would you feel, BournemouthMum, if a random drunk came into your place of work and slapped you on the backside? chriscul
  • Score: 1

9:16pm Tue 27 May 14

nickynoodah says...

And how would you feel, BournemouthMum, if a random drunk came into your place of work and slapped you on the backside?
What a scenario this is so funny Mr Noodah is ROFL
I could hic die laughing hic this much you hic know hic.
And how would you feel, BournemouthMum, if a random drunk came into your place of work and slapped you on the backside? What a scenario this is so funny Mr Noodah is ROFL I could hic die laughing hic this much you hic know hic. nickynoodah
  • Score: -2

1:35am Wed 28 May 14

guisselle says...

nickynoodah wrote:
And how would you feel, BournemouthMum, if a random drunk came into your place of work and slapped you on the backside?
What a scenario this is so funny Mr Noodah is ROFL
I could hic die laughing hic this much you hic know hic.
Could be a hoot, depending on the size !
[quote][p][bold]nickynoodah[/bold] wrote: And how would you feel, BournemouthMum, if a random drunk came into your place of work and slapped you on the backside? What a scenario this is so funny Mr Noodah is ROFL I could hic die laughing hic this much you hic know hic.[/p][/quote]Could be a hoot, depending on the size ! guisselle
  • Score: -2

12:25pm Wed 28 May 14

LornaBournemouth says...

alasdair1967 wrote:
Is there more to this story that is actually being published jail for slapping a woman's backside ? Overreaction in the extreme as people have all ready stated we have all read about the lenient sentences handed down to the peadophiles of the area there crimes far more disgusting than this story yet they escaped a jail sentence !
Has he previous convictions?
[quote][p][bold]alasdair1967[/bold] wrote: Is there more to this story that is actually being published jail for slapping a woman's backside ? Overreaction in the extreme as people have all ready stated we have all read about the lenient sentences handed down to the peadophiles of the area there crimes far more disgusting than this story yet they escaped a jail sentence ![/p][/quote]Has he previous convictions? LornaBournemouth
  • Score: 2

12:45pm Wed 28 May 14

BournemouthMum says...

nickynoodah wrote:
And how would you feel, BournemouthMum, if a random drunk came into your place of work and slapped you on the backside?
What a scenario this is so funny Mr Noodah is ROFL
I could hic die laughing hic this much you hic know hic.
I work from home so I'd be pretty horrified is someone came into my place of work and did anything ! Seriously though, if I was working in a public place and someone did that to me I'd be very angry and expect them to be barred and dealt with, but certainly not jailed. Perspective.
[quote][p][bold]nickynoodah[/bold] wrote: And how would you feel, BournemouthMum, if a random drunk came into your place of work and slapped you on the backside? What a scenario this is so funny Mr Noodah is ROFL I could hic die laughing hic this much you hic know hic.[/p][/quote]I work from home so I'd be pretty horrified is someone came into my place of work and did anything ! Seriously though, if I was working in a public place and someone did that to me I'd be very angry and expect them to be barred and dealt with, but certainly not jailed. Perspective. BournemouthMum
  • Score: 6

2:54pm Wed 28 May 14

nickynoodah says...

You should be so lucky George you know says Mr Noodah
or is it georgina
You should be so lucky George you know says Mr Noodah or is it georgina nickynoodah
  • Score: -3

4:25pm Wed 28 May 14

pauls55 says...

I think i've been time-warped back to the nineteen-seventies judging by some of the comments here! This sort of behaviour is just not acceptable now and if his prison sentance makes other stupid yobs think twice, then all well and good. I have family working as cabin crew and they do not earn high wages and certainly don't deserve to put up with sexist, brain dead idiots like this.
I think i've been time-warped back to the nineteen-seventies judging by some of the comments here! This sort of behaviour is just not acceptable now and if his prison sentance makes other stupid yobs think twice, then all well and good. I have family working as cabin crew and they do not earn high wages and certainly don't deserve to put up with sexist, brain dead idiots like this. pauls55
  • Score: 1

1:37pm Thu 29 May 14

Dorset Logic says...

chriscul wrote:
BournemouthMum wrote:
Jailed? That is pathetic. OK so he shouldn't have done it, but this is the sort of incident that could have been dealt with by way of an apology - or maybe even a police caution. Jailing someone for what looks like high-jinks getting a bit out of hand is ridiculous - especially as he is getting married soon. Other people walk free for far worse.
And how would you feel, BournemouthMum, if a random drunk came into your place of work and slapped you on the backside?
Probably be man enough to accept a sincere apology,

or give 6 months in Jail, therefore losing job, chances of future employment etc. for a mistake in judgement.

you choose
[quote][p][bold]chriscul[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: Jailed? That is pathetic. OK so he shouldn't have done it, but this is the sort of incident that could have been dealt with by way of an apology - or maybe even a police caution. Jailing someone for what looks like high-jinks getting a bit out of hand is ridiculous - especially as he is getting married soon. Other people walk free for far worse.[/p][/quote]And how would you feel, BournemouthMum, if a random drunk came into your place of work and slapped you on the backside?[/p][/quote]Probably be man enough to accept a sincere apology, or give 6 months in Jail, therefore losing job, chances of future employment etc. for a mistake in judgement. you choose Dorset Logic
  • Score: 2

1:43pm Thu 29 May 14

Dorset Logic says...

pauls55 wrote:
I think i've been time-warped back to the nineteen-seventies judging by some of the comments here! This sort of behaviour is just not acceptable now and if his prison sentance makes other stupid yobs think twice, then all well and good. I have family working as cabin crew and they do not earn high wages and certainly don't deserve to put up with sexist, brain dead idiots like this.
Yeah lets burn him at the stake. On TV.
[quote][p][bold]pauls55[/bold] wrote: I think i've been time-warped back to the nineteen-seventies judging by some of the comments here! This sort of behaviour is just not acceptable now and if his prison sentance makes other stupid yobs think twice, then all well and good. I have family working as cabin crew and they do not earn high wages and certainly don't deserve to put up with sexist, brain dead idiots like this.[/p][/quote]Yeah lets burn him at the stake. On TV. Dorset Logic
  • Score: 1

11:15am Fri 30 May 14

Stirling151 says...

I blame Jimmy Saville.
I blame Jimmy Saville. Stirling151
  • Score: 1

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