Oscar perfomance from woman trying to get Blue badge.

Posted: February 14, 2010 in Law & Disorder

IlieSlow and laboured, Zebunishia Gani, a pensioner rests on her walking stick – every bit matching her claim she cannot walk 25 yards without stopping or experiencing severe discomfort.

But Zebunishia Gani is putting in a performance “deserving of an Oscar”, as she tries to con her way to a blue disability parking badge.

Click here to see her performance.


Also, what goes around comes around.

A homosexual who absconded to France after being sentenced for deliberately infecting his former boyfriend with HIV was arrested when he returned to the UK for cancer treatment.

Mark James, 50, was on the run from police for three-and-a-half years after becoming the first homosexual man in the UK to be convicted for “recklessly” passing on the virus. Hounslow police arrested him in a hospital bed in Brighton on Wednesday, where he had gone to receive treatment for an “aggressive” form of lymphoma.

James, who lived with the victim in Brentford, was sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court to four years and two months behind bars. He had pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm before he fled the country.

Judge Jonathan Lowen said: “During the three-and-a-half years while you roamed out and about, you represented a substantial risk of serious harm to members of the public were you again minded to commit the shocking crime to which I sentenced you in your absence on August 4, 2006.”

The court heard that James spent nearly all the time he was at large in Narbonne, south-west France.

James, who lived in Park Road, Burgess Hill, before his conviction, was diagnosed with lymphoma in December last year.

He recieved two courses of chemotherapy in France, and contacted the British Embassy and Foreign Commonwealth Office before flying to Gatwick on January 18.


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