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Criminology student shouted racist abuse at McDonald’s security on only night he has got drunk

A city student must pay 50 compensation to a McDonald’s security guard for shouting racist abuse at him.

Magistrates1 imposed the order on Jouffrey Onkani after hearing that he caused problems on the only night he had ever got drunk. He had denied racially aggravated disorderly conduct2 at the Angel Row restaurant at 3.50am on May 4 . But he was found guilty after a trial and was ordered to do 60 hours unpaid work. Anna Pierrepont, prosecuting, said Onkani entered the premises carrying a bottle and was challenged by security staff because this was in breach of a “no glass” policy.

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Onkani, 21, made a racist comment and left the guard “clearly concerned for his safety” . When Onkani swung round, a guard ducked out of the way and another security officer grabbed the bottle. When the guard was asked about the effect of the racist abuse aimed at him, he excused Onkani, who is a criminology student at Nottingham Trent University3. Miss Pierrepont added: “He said that he did not consider it to be a hate incident but a drunken one, rather than racial.”

Jameel Malik, defending, said Onkani had never tried alcohol until that night and was ashamed at the episode.

“He didn’t feel drunk and did not think it had any effect on him .

It was in the fresh air where he started to feel he was drunk.

“He had never been drunk before and this incident was fuelled with alcohol,” said Mr Malik . Onkani’s home address was given as Aldgate Grove, Birmingham.

“When shown the CCTV, he put his head in his hands and was very remorseful,” said Mr Malik . He told the court that Onkani is a role model to his younger sisters and has just passed his second year examinations.

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He said that Onkani called a white security man “fat” and said the police were “racist” when they arrived. Mr Malik added: “This is not a hate crime, not aggravated by racism . He didn’t target the security guards because they were black.

“This incident is a blip, out of character .

He had never been drunk before, he is ashamed and embarrassed and stands in front of you with his liberty at risk.”

Presiding magistrate Kathryn Allsop told Onkani: “Just a warning – please don’t get drunk again.” He was ordered to pay 200 prosecution costs.

References

  1. ^ Magistrates (www.nottinghampost.com)
  2. ^ racially aggravated disorderly conduct (www.nottinghampost.com)
  3. ^ Nottingham Trent University (www.nottinghampost.com)

Former police chaplain to face charges of making indecent images …


Daniel Mansfield1
Wednesday, November 5, 2014

8:41 AM

A former Cambridgeshire police chaplain is due to appear in court today (Wednesday) charged with making and possessing indecent images and perverting the course of justice.

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Stephen Talbot, 62, of Main Street, Little Downham, who was previously based at force headquarters, in Huntingdon, is due to appear at Cambridge Magistrates Court. It is alleged that, on October 1, Talbot made 14 indecent images of children and had four indecent images of children in his possession. It is also alleged that, on September 30, Talbot intended to pervert the course of justice by removing a hard drive from his computer, smashing it and depositing it in bins.

A spokesman for Cambridgeshire police, said that Talbot resigned from his role supporting the force.


References

  1. ^ Daniel Mansfield (www.elystandard.co.uk)