I WAS utterly disgusted to read that 26-year-old Sandbanks resident Oliver George (son of the millionaire businessman Brenda George), who was convicted of threatening a barman at Sandbanks Yacht Club with, what turned out to be, an imitation gun, has had his sentence deferred so that he can jet-off to his family's holiday home in Barbados for a month.

So what if he'd paid £1,000 for his flight (pun intended) BEFORE he committed the offence for which he was convicted? That sum means no more to him than a tenner would to most people.

Does anyone really believe that had he been the son of ordinary 'working class' parents from an inner city housing estate, that this spoiled brat would have been granted the same leniency?

ROBERT READMAN, Norwich Avenue West, Bournemouth