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Funny story: Hungry children more likely to be jailed

Hungry children more likely to be jailed

For the crime of stealing a packet of hamburger buns, a magistrate ordered 7-year-old Willy Famisht to serve 12 months in juvenile detention. Willy Famisht pleaded he hadn't eaten for two weeks and someone had put a spell on him. The sentence was...
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Funny story: Toddler Convicted For Inciting Riot - Government Praises Tough Justice as Child Shows No Remorse

Toddler Convicted For Inciting Riot - Government Praises Tough Justice as Child Shows No Remorse

In a landmark case a judge in London has condemned a toddler, to five years hard labour for mouthing the words 'mummy riot, mummy riot' and shaking his rattle at the same time, whilst taken for a stroll by his nanny in London's wealthy enclave of No...
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Funny story: Criminals to have their sentences stretched!

Criminals to have their sentences stretched!

Following the recent misunderstandings in Tottenham, North London, the government is to consider bringing forward changes designed to increase the amount of prison places available. The new system, thought up by High Court judge Sir Henry Parsnip-Bro...
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Wi-Fi signal named "Al-Qaeda Free Terror Network" Results In Long Delay For Passengers At Los Angeles Airport

'Our networks are usually named as variations on: 'Moms apple pie - God Bless America,' confirmed an Al-Qaeda spokesman. 'Otherwise it would be a bit f***ing obvious.'
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