Keep it in your trousers!

Posted: October 13, 2010 in Law & Disorder

A brothel customer was jailed after he tried to cheat a prostitute out of her fee.

IlieIt all started when Nigel Nash, 34, of Reginald Road, Maidstone, went to the brothel in Gravesend on September 9 last year. Nash asked for services but he did not have enough money to pay and asked if he could use a gold ring as a down payment. But as he was about to leave he asked for his money and the ring back, as well as other clients’ cash.

He became abusive and made threats.

She called her husband.

Nash then threatened him, warning: “I know where you live.”
That’s pretty obvious, he’s in their house!

Next he did the ‘old chestnut’ saying he knew “loads of people in Gravesend”. Why do people say they know lots of people does that really scare anyone these days?

Anyway, Nash – who had in October 2002 been jailed for two-and-a-half years for indecent assault – jumped into his works van and immediately crashed into a parked Corsa with a child, aged 18 months, in the back seat.

The mother remonstrated with him but he drove off.

The prostitute’s husband got into his car and gave chase. NOTE, start whistling the Benny Hill Show theme tune.

The police were called and Nash was arrested. He was over the drink-drive limit so he was then arrested for drink-driving, dangerous driving and driving while disqualified.

Nash admitted the charges at Maidstone Crown Court and was jailed for 16 months and was banned from driving for three years.

Fagin’s alive and well

IlieA pregnant 12-year-old girl was among 28 Romanian children rescued yesterday as police smashed a suspected child-trafficking ring.

The children, who were allegedly forced to beg and steal for Fagin-style criminal masters, were among 103 children found at 16 addresses in East London.

Eight adults were arrested, including three for benefit fraud worth £50,000, while a three-year-old boy was taken to hospital with facial injuries and bruising. The arrests were linked to a court case in Romania last month, when 24 people went on trial accused of bringing almost 200 Roma children to Britain to steal and beg.

The Met received intelligence suggesting the suspects in the court case were part of a child-trafficking network which extended to Ilford, East London. At dawn yesterday, officers raided a series of rented properties in Ilford and immediately took 28 ‘at-risk’ children, aged three to 17, into police protection.

Health and social services officials were interviewing a further 75 youngsters to establish whether they, too, should be taken into care.
No wonder France and Italy are so keen to deport Roma people if this is an example of their behaviour.

Talking about foreigners

I spotted this in a news item about UK Border Agency’s settlement checking service pilot scheme expanding in Oxfordshire.

‘Please note that you must meet all the SET(M) requirements before you can use the settlement checking service. In particular:
you must be able to show that you have a good knowledge of language and life in the UK, if you are aged between 18 and 64

Sixty four, why on earth are we allowing in people who straight away become, according to the government, a strain on our social resources. Not a day seems to go by without some media item about the ever increasing elderly population and here we are importing them!

Here I’ve had a thought, instead of just fining businesses £10,000 for employing illegal workers, which they’re probably not going to pay, why not make the business take on an unemployed British worker as an apprentice for every illegal worker caught. Retraining of the unemployed for free, less benefits to pay out, what a money saver for ToffTory/LibDim!

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