Polish migrants urinated on charity clothing

Posted: December 18, 2010 in Law & Disorder

Whether you’re a ‘we need migrant workers for the economy’ or ‘migrant workers take our jobs’, we really don’t need this pair in our country. When will this country’s politicians get a backbone and deport such morons and stand up to the EU human rights do-gooders. Also some judge has said that “migrant capping is illegal”, hold up shouldn’t the government be telling the judge what is now legal and illegal? Anyway I digress, back to our moronic migrant pair.

Two Polish men were given curfew orders after drunkenly urinating on charity shop donations and then taking part in an assault.

Rafal Piotr Frackiewicz of Barretts Road, Dunton Green, and Adrian Warnaski , of Otford Road, Sevenoaks, appeared at Sevenoaks Magistrates’ Court on December 7. The pair both pleaded guilty to assault, and Warnaski also pleaded guilty to a charge of theft.

The court heard how the men, who have recently moved to the country from Poland, had been drinking “heavily” at Wetherspoons in Sevenoaks High Street on August 15.The pair were then caught on CCTV cameras opening bags of clothes outside a Cancer Research charity shop.

Prosecutor James Nicholls said: “They started trying on various items of clothing and urinated on a pile of clothes.”

Warnaski took a hat and scarf and CCTV cameras followed the men as they continued down the High Street and disappeared behind some buildings near Hollybush Lane.

They then rushed out behind two men and began punching and kicking them.

When one of the victims ran away, both focused their attentions on the other, kicking him in the ribs and head until he managed to run away too.

Both were ordered to pay costs of £50 and £50 in compensation. Warnaski was given a curfew order for eight weekends between 7am and 7pm. Frackiewicz was given the same order for five weekends.
Only fined for urinating in public, stealing and assault what a joke!

What are the chances of this ever happening again

IlieA disabled farmer trying to kill a fox accidentally shot and wounded two burglars raiding a cannabis farm he did not know existed.

Edward Tibbs, 62, fired his shotgun three times into the dark from the seat of his mobility scooter after being woken in the early hours.

He was aiming at a fox trying to steal geese from an enclosure on his 650-acre arable farm in Crays Hill, Billericay, Essex, but hidden in the darkness were two men trying to break into an outhouse he had rented out and which now contained a secret drugs factory.They suffered gunshot wounds to their backs and legs and suspicious hospital doctors called in police.

Several hours later, a team of police marksmen, accompanied by a helicopter, stormed into Mr Tibbs’s home and arrested him on suspicion of attempted murder. Mr Tibbs, who suffers multiple sclerosis and neuralgia, said the “horrendous” three-month Essex Police investigation “devastated” his family and business.

Speaking about the shooting, he said: “They must have been 50 or 60 yards away, probably further. If they had been 30 yards off I would have killed them. “It was pitch black. Black as your hat. There are no lights here at all. I came out of lights, the house, and saw the fox. I know which way they go and saw movement and fired three times at it and that was that.”I never knew I had hit anyone, no screams or hollering, no nothing. I just came back indoors.”

For once commonsense prevailed and Mr Tibbs was cleared of all charges.

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