The Court of Appeal has given judgment in the case of Barry Bazooka v Joe Spud. Mr. Bazooka appealed against a previous judgment in the High Court that being exceptionally boring was inherently unlawful.
Lord Justice Anusby gave the main judgment, with which Lord Justice Crumble agreed. He said that there were clear flaws in the original judgment which had resulted in several hundred exceptionally boring individuals being issued with Antisocial Boring Orders.
Dissenting, Lady Justice Bigg-Bapps said that she found being exceptionally boring unlawful.
Thanking the Judges, Mr. Bazooka then regaled the court with anecdotes about his allotment and his forthcoming holiday to Skegness.