1. avatar The Grace Jones
    [url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/6944088.stm]Magic.[/url]
  2. avatar The Grace Jones
    Oh, class, [url=http://www.bebo.com/Profile.jsp?MemberId=919543688]backup sources[/url] also.
    The user name is strangely ironic, busy-ass would have been more apt.
  3. avatar kingmob
    Judging by the contortions involved, it seems this guy really did have his knees up round his ears at the time of mooning :lol:
  4. avatar rentaghost
    That story was in the Mirror today as well.
  5. avatar T Entertainment
    Sure it's all a bit of lalt, bant and craíc (until you're languishing in a Senagalese jail with 40 other gentlemen, contracting chickenpox and having your toe amputated).

    If you live near QUB, it's hard not to feel a degree of satisfaction at the robust response of the judicial system in this matter.
  6. avatar I'mDead
    So for a laugh, you bend over and pull your trunks down, only to find yourself in prison - where you then spend your time avoiding situations where you might be required bend over and pull your trunks down.

    If Alanis Morisette was here, she'd be banging on about it being ironic.
  7. avatar feline1
    "...and had part of his small toe amputated due to infection."

    Yes, where "small toe" means "small pénis", and "part of" means "all"... :roll:
  8. avatar thehellfireclub
    ... you try to do something for charity.
  9. avatar T Entertainment
    This is bound to be most read / emailed story on the BBC by the end of the day.



    "I JUST WANNA SAY YOU EARNED MY TOTAL RESPECT BY PULLING THAT MOONER. I'M SURE THE SENGALESE THOUGHT A F*CKING LUNAR ECLIPSE WAS HAPPENING WHEN THEY SAW THAT BIG WHITE ARSE OF YOURS."


    Liam, I trust you are suitably ashamed on behalf of your county, which never fails to let your country down?
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  10. avatar feline1
    I still don't see what all the fuss is about,
    some people I know would pay good money to be locked in a cell for a week with 40 Senegalese men.
  11. avatar kingmob
    I still prefer [url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/staffordshire/6943847.stm]this[/url] story.

    Oh, for North Country Boy to be unbanned. Cos you would watch any DVD with her in it, wouldn't you readers? Eh? Eh?
  12. avatar nonlogic liam
    [quote:9509979d71]Liam, I trust you are suitably ashamed on behalf of your county, which never fails to let your country down?[/quote:9509979d71]

    Donegal is a big place and this loser lives practically one hundred miles away from me and is quite possibly Northern Irish in origin given his non-Donegal name and total lack of respect for everything. In conclusion - shut it fat-so.
  13. avatar T Entertainment
    Oh, Liam!
    Did you not learn from Cher?
    [i:aca05054c3]"Words are like weapons, they wound sometimes"[/i:aca05054c3]

    :smt010
  14. avatar nonlogic liam
    :!:
  15. avatar The Grace Jones
    Chortle. From his bebo page :

    "FREE THE DONEGAL 1"
  16. avatar T Entertainment
    Aw, somewhat disappointingly:

    'Senegal is a politically stable, predominantly Muslim country, with one of the lowest rates of HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa'
  17. avatar rentaghost
    I wonder what the punishment actually [i:a8ab63525b]is [/i:a8ab63525b]for mooning, under Sharia law?

    I strongly suspect he might be in line for a flogging.
  18. avatar The Grace Jones
    A flogging? Up with this sort of thing!
  19. avatar T Entertainment
    I hope you're not cruelly raising our hopes, Karen.
  20. avatar rentaghost
    I am looking up Sharia in wikipedia. gimme a sec.
  21. avatar T Entertainment
    I think we should all write to the Senegalese Amassador demanding the flogging is broadcast on the internet, and commending his state's firm stance on the scourge of giving it lalty.
  22. avatar thehellfireclub
    [quote:4608a0a15f="rentaghost"]I wonder what the punishment actually [i:4608a0a15f]is [/i:4608a0a15f]for mooning, under Sharia law?

    I strongly suspect he might be in line for a flogging.[/quote:4608a0a15f]

    They cut off your arse.
    "Son, you're probably going to want to sit down for this news... one last time"
  23. avatar The Grace Jones
    [quote:18c8c3c124="thehellfireclub"]
    They cut off your arse.[/quote:18c8c3c124]

    So you have to sh1te through your ribs?

    [i:18c8c3c124] - credited to Frankie McClay[/i:18c8c3c124]
  24. avatar feline1
    well I was reading about the Congo where they gang rape people with machine guns or sthg in every oriface and then they quite frankly DID have to shite through their belly buttons or sthg.
    I honestly felt rather ill after reading it.
  25. avatar rentaghost
    [i:46ab877470]Hudud, meaning "limits", is the most serious category and includes crimes specified in the Quran.

    These are:[1]

    Drinking alcohol (sharb al-khamr, شرب الخمر)
    Theft (sariqa, السرقة)
    Highway robbery (qat' al-tariq, قطع الطريق)
    Illegal sexual intercourse (zina', الزناء)
    False accusation of zina' (qadhf, القذف) [1]
    [b:46ab877470]Rebellion against the ruler [/b:46ab877470]
    Apostasy (irtidād or ridda, ارتداد) - includes blasphemy.
    The Shafi'i school of Islamic jurisprudence does not include highway robbery. The Hanafi school does not include rebellion and heresy.

    Except for drinking alcohol, [b:46ab877470]punishments for all hudud crimes are specified in the Quran: crucification, stoning, amputation and flogging.[/b:46ab877470][/i:46ab877470]

    It really depends whether they take is at a hudud offence or the lesser offence of tazir

    [i:46ab877470]In Islamic Law, tazir (or ta'zir, Arabic تعزير) refers to punishment, [b:46ab877470]usually corporal[/b:46ab877470], that can be administered at the discretion of the judge, as opposed to the hudud (singular: hadd), the punishments for certain offenses that are fixed by the Qur'an or Hadith. Traditionally, ta'zir punishments could be applied to offenses for which no punishment is specified in the Qur'an. They could also be applied to hadd offenses in situations where the standards of proof required for hudud punishments could not be met.[/i:46ab877470]


    Its illegal not to be dressed from knee to waist, but it seems to be more of an issue that he undressed from knee to waist outside the governor's house.

    Either way, it seems to warrant at least a bit of corporal punishment.


    In other news: Senegal is one of those places that still practices female genital mutilation.
  26. avatar T Entertainment
    There have been times when the Bot has been emptying that I have fantasised about an example being made in the form of crucification.
    Can we dare to dream?


    AH Zeb, I am a reformed character. I crucify myself for a couple of minutes each night before bed to repay society retrospectively for past misdemeanours which may have veered towards the lalt.
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  27. avatar 10rapid
    also from bebo:

    [quote:4b39f035c3]hey patrick hope you baring up ok,[/quote:4b39f035c3]

    isn't that what got you in bother in the first place...?
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  28. avatar zebulon
    [quote:f4e52a35e0="T Entertainment"]There have been times when the Bot has been emptying that I have fantasised about an example being made in the form of crucification.
    Can we dare to dream?[/quote:f4e52a35e0]
    If a Sharia Law Zone was put in place to cover all areas experiencing Holy Lands Lalt, it would probably include your house T-Ents, so you should be careful what you wish for... :wink:
  29. avatar Mickeycolensoparade
    This man is a hero, expect him to be Foriegn Affairs secretary within the week
  30. avatar Portadown News Editor
    Back to that story about the girl on the front of the porno DVD cover though.

    [quote:0e9bc3377f]She said she had e-mailed TVX and was told that her photo was "to blame" for the DVD's poor sales.
    She said: "I was very angry. Their reaction was quite shocking." [/quote:0e9bc3377f]
    Priceless.
    One look at the photograph this eejit had taken of herself at 14 should have you cheering the pornographers on:

    [img:0e9bc3377f]http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/44054000/jpg/_44054683_larajadedvd203.jpg[/img:0e9bc3377f]

    Any chance of Tamworth constabulary investigating her parents and the photographer for sexual abuse? And if not, given the crackdown on 'offensive t-shirts' and airport protestors, why not?
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  31. avatar Portadown News Editor
    [quote:a7d0da60ad="Portadown News Editor"]Back to that story about the girl on the front of the porno DVD cover though.

    [quote:a7d0da60ad]She said she had e-mailed TVX and was told that her photo was "to blame" for the DVD's poor sales.
    She said: "I was very angry. Their reaction was quite shocking." [/quote:a7d0da60ad]
    Priceless.
    One look at the photograph this eejit had taken of herself at 14 should have you cheering the pornographers on:

    [img:a7d0da60ad]http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/44054000/jpg/_44054683_larajadedvd203.jpg[/img:a7d0da60ad]

    Any chance of Tamworth constabulary investigating her parents and the photographer for sexual abuse? And if not, given the crackdown on 'offensive t-shirts' and airport protestors, why not?[/quote:a7d0da60ad]
  32. avatar 10rapid
    Apparently when she asked them for compensation they said:
    [quote:311a698d3c]"Nice try toots. We are still going to remove you from the art, not because of your claim but let's face it your picture means very little to the film."[/quote:311a698d3c]

    I think they should be lauded for using the term "toots" in the 21st century.
  33. avatar Portadown News Editor
    It's my understanding that once you make a picture freely available on the net it is as good as copyright-free as makes no difference.
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  34. avatar feline1
    [quote:61430685eb="Portadown News Editor"]It's my understanding that once you make a picture freely avaialable on the net it is as good as copyright-free as makes no difference.[/quote:61430685eb]

    Cool, I'll be selling a few copies of that Portadownnews then :lol:
  35. avatar Portadown News Editor
    It would only be fair. All the pictures in the PDN were lifted off the net in the first place.
  36. avatar dirty stevie smitty
    I hope they flog the silly ballix to within an inch of his life.


    It is not the best idea in world to go to a muslim country and drop your begs at some high ranking fvckwit and then claim it was all a bit of crack. You's also think with him getting a bit of his big toe cut off earlier in the week, he would have been on the first plane home to his mammy.
  37. avatar DontPetABurningDog
    Right, someone's going to have to say it, so I suppose I'll do it...

    Right, the lad dropped his begs. A bloody stupid thing to do in a Muslim Country, and I'd imagine his punishment will be harsh.

    Finding it a wee bit hard to take delight in it all, though. Corporal punishment is just plain wrong.

    Edit:
    That Bebo page has an alarming amount of slightly-racial rape jokes on it, doesn't it. With friends like that...
  38. avatar kingmob
    [quote:766102d4d3]It is not the best idea in world to go to a muslim country and drop your begs at some high ranking fvckwit and then claim it was all a bit of [i:766102d4d3]crack[/i:766102d4d3].[/quote:766102d4d3]

    Smitty: showing that Mike Read may be dead, but his style of comedy sure isn't being forgotten :lol:
  39. avatar nonlogic liam
    [img:a0259a9f60]http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e332/liamevangelists/Muslim_Girl_Magazine.jpg[/img:a0259a9f60]

    Death to the infidel!
  40. avatar gregz
    I blame bart simpson, I cant help feeling that his trip to oz started all this!
  41. avatar gregz
    oh and the perants, theyre always good for blame
  42. avatar Portadown News Editor
    That Muslim Girl magazine brings back some happy cold war memories. There were only two women's magazines in the Soviet Union: [i:6b77b5b312]Krestyanka[/i:6b77b5b312] (Peasant Woman) and [i:6b77b5b312]Rabotnitsa[/i:6b77b5b312] (Working Woman).
    Each had a circulation of around 20 million.

    Now the biggest-selling magazine in Russia, and in fact the whole of Europe, is the Russian-language edition of [i:6b77b5b312]Cosmo[/i:6b77b5b312]. Is this progress? Well, is it?
  43. avatar nonlogic liam
    Muslim girl is in code! Replace the G with a B and the R with an L and remove the N at the end of "Growing up American". I like the sound of this "working girl" mag from the U.S.S.R, it sounds saucy.
  44. avatar Iso9
    [quote:49d38a7a09="T Entertainment"]I think we should all write to the Senegalese Amassador demanding the flogging is broadcast on the internet, and commending his state's firm stance on the scourge of giving it lalty.[/quote:49d38a7a09]

    LOL
  45. avatar T Entertainment
    'Corporal punishment is just plain wrong.'

    Is it? I'd say it's terminally under-used and a few public floggings are desperately needed on, for instance, anyone battering the elderly in their homes before making off with their pension. [i:5fc1361842]Then[/i:5fc1361842] throw them in a hard labour jail for several years.
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  46. avatar tenrabbits
    [quote:fbb2e3bfe9="T Entertainment"]I think we should all write to the Senegalese Amassador demanding the flogging is broadcast on the internet, and commending his state's firm stance on the scourge of giving it lalty.[/quote:fbb2e3bfe9]

    The email address is: [mailto]mail@senegalembassy.co.uk[/mailto]

    I wrote them the following:

    [quote:fbb2e3bfe9]
    To sir,

    I heartily congratulate your firm stance on arse-baring in front of most esteemed gentlemens. I hope that the hanging on this man will set an example that will ring throughout the degenerate western world. His body should be dragged through the streets as he would drag a flaming wheely bin through our holylands at 3am.

    To aid in the hanging I have made available monies for paying of the hangman. If you could send me your bank account details and sort code, I will transfer the sum of 86,000 Lalty dollars to your account. This is enough to buy 30 litres of that finest of lalty beverages - Buckfast, made by our esteemed monks.

    Thank you.
    [/quote:fbb2e3bfe9]
  47. avatar The Grace Jones
    You probably wanted to talk about "the hanging [i:fff9c8955d]of[/i:fff9c8955d] this man", rather than "the hanging [i:fff9c8955d]on[/i:fff9c8955d] this man", which seems to have a different meaning altogether.

    Otherwise, fantastic, I look forward to their response.

    I believe the appropriate punishment is a good [url=http://dictionary.reference.com/search?db=dictionary&q=ganch]ganching[/url].
  48. avatar DontPetABurningDog
    T-Ents.

    Clearly, corporal punishment is no deterrent as someone sufficiently bright to know better committed this crime, in at least partial knowledge of the consequences.

    I admit that corporal punishment is an attractive notion, but as I see no evidence that it serves as a deterrent or prevents recidivism, as well as the inability to retract it's effects in the event of miscarriage, I can't advocate it.
  49. avatar The Grace Jones
    Time spent in prison is very difficult to retract also.



    Although it's fairly obvious this would never have happened if the Senegalese Police handed out lollipops.
  50. avatar RAAP Management
    Sorry but my other account has completely seized up for some reason...
    Here is another opportunity for some public flogging:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/6944902.stm

    I firmly believe that the little b*stards responsible for that should be beaten within an inch of their worthless lives. It might make them think twice about doing it again. And even if it didn't, it would f*cking hurt and they'd be [i:795d72d7ba]punished[/i:795d72d7ba] for what they did.
  51. avatar DontPetABurningDog
    Now, now...

    I'm not advocating he gets away with it, or is rewarded, far from it.

    There are more civilized and creative punishments for him, that's all. For example, if he's so very fond of bare arses, set him to work in an Old People's home, unpaid for a month or two. He'll soon come to realise that other people's rusty bullet-holes aren't really his thing, and perhaps not to inflict his on others.

    This also has the advantage of being vaguely useful to society, as opposed to just working out the desire for vengeance or to see someone bleed a bit.

    In the case of them wee beggars from Ballymena, I admit it's hard not to reach for the birch, alright, which would (correctly) imply I have more respect for hedgehogs than religious sensibilities.
  52. avatar T Entertainment
    If it was up to me I wouldn't flog him over this but it ain't
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  53. avatar DontPetABurningDog
    Oh, right, well, as long as you're judging him solely for the crime he's accused of, and not basing your ideas of suitable punishment on external factors, then I can hardly complain, can I?
  54. avatar T Entertainment
    Nevermind.
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  55. avatar Daithi jasper
    Now you're picking on mills?
  56. avatar T Entertainment
    I meant Ye Olde Mill, as in where the millies come from.
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  57. avatar ShowYourBones
    [quote:7be80823fa="Supporter of lazyassdevine"]
    and well get a gud drinkn session sum nite shortly!!
    [/quote:7be80823fa]
    Something tells me thats what probably got him into the predicament in the first place. Who needs enemies?