.....down Inventory's way.
Have a look at this story about a sandwich with at least one slice of stale bread and a slice of meat which couldn't cut the mustard - so to speak.
Some serious and not so serious questions arise.
- Why was the gentleman not granted name suppression until the verdict was known? Now the poor bastard has to put up with years and years of shame and teasing. The language of the courts is soooo circumspect - "The encounter took place in part that morning but was quickly over with," Oh dear oh dear. No Viagra?
- Clearly the two slices of bread were given name suppression. Why are their names and ages not published alongside that of the unjustly accused defendant? For the benefit of hire car companies, of course.
- How on earth did this case even make it to court? Could not the police have seen there was never going to be a conviction?
- Will the bitch who welched on paying her car hire fee be prosecuted?
- Remember that survey a couple of weeks ago? The one about promiscuity? Hell, is there any other country in the world where you can hire a car for a week for just a couple of fucks?