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Janna Sladic convicted of burglary

By johnboy - 15 January 2014 23

A certain type of very boring person will, at some great length, explain how “interesting” it is that female elite athletes don’t get caught in the same kind of trouble as male elite athletes.

So we should all give a small cheer for former Canberra Capital Janna Sladic who the Canberra Times reports has struck one back for the ladies:

Sladic was charged with burglary, trespass, possessing stolen property, escape from arrest or custody and driving while unlicensed.

She appeared in the ACT Magistrates Court on Monday afternoon, where she was expected to be sentenced by magistrate Peter Dingwall. Her lawyer indicated she was seeking residential rehabilitation and was on the waiting list for the support service Karralika.

But Sladic’s latest offences put her in breach of a good behaviour order that she was placed on in the ACT Supreme Court after robbing a Hawker KFC outlet at knifepoint in November 2011.

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23 Responses to
Janna Sladic convicted of burglary
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Queen_of_the_Bun 8:25 pm
15 Jan 14
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Yes but the difference between her crimes and male sport stars’ crimes (with the exception of Quade Cooper) is that hers are attempts to steal or rob. Not sexual assault or getting in a fight.

I look forward to the day when female athletes are paid as much as their male counterparts and can then branch out into bashing and groping.

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IrishPete 10:23 pm
15 Jan 14
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the words “yet again” should probably have featured. She’s a regular.

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gooterz 10:24 pm
15 Jan 14
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Queen_of_the_Bun said :

Yes but the difference between her crimes and male sport stars’ crimes (with the exception of Quade Cooper) is that hers are attempts to steal or rob. Not sexual assault or getting in a fight.

I look forward to the day when female athletes are paid as much as their male counterparts and can then branch out into bashing and groping.

Escape from arrest…. I guess she did it while they had their back turned ay? And just casually walked away.

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Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 10:48 pm
15 Jan 14
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Idiot. Lock her up for good now.

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Mr Evil 7:54 am
16 Jan 14
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But, surely she deserve another chance????

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Antagonist 11:05 am
16 Jan 14
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Mr Evil said :

But, surely she deserve another chance????

She used to be a semi-professional model. Of course she deserves another chance.

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Roundhead89 12:28 pm
16 Jan 14
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This is typical of women’s sport. I’ve regularly criticised women’s sport on this site and the attempts to shove it down our throats. Hopefully now the ladies will get back into the kitchen and leave sport to the men so we can take it seriously.

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Jivrashia 12:43 pm
16 Jan 14
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explain how “interesting” it is

Source on your quote JB? I didn’t find the word being mentioned in the linked Canberra Times article.

Otherwise the double-quotes are redundant.

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Queen_of_the_Bun 1:23 pm
16 Jan 14
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Jivrashia said :

explain how “interesting” it is

Source on your quote JB? I didn’t find the word being mentioned in the linked Canberra Times article.

Otherwise the double-quotes are redundant.

I don’t think JB was quoting anything, he just wanted us to read the word in a funny voice in our heads.

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JonnieWalker 1:30 pm
16 Jan 14
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Roundhead89 said :

This is typical of women’s sport. I’ve regularly criticised women’s sport on this site and the attempts to shove it down our throats. Hopefully now the ladies will get back into the kitchen and leave sport to the men so we can take it seriously.

I’m not big on men’s beach volleyball, but I can watch women’s beach volleyball quite happily – and I don’t even know anything about beach volleyball.

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Thumper 1:41 pm
16 Jan 14
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Roundhead89 said :

This is typical of women’s sport. I’ve regularly criticised women’s sport on this site and the attempts to shove it down our throats. Hopefully now the ladies will get back into the kitchen and leave sport to the men so we can take it seriously.

Ah, satire….

Very good….

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YeahBuddy 1:43 pm
16 Jan 14
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Antagonist said :

Mr Evil said :

But, surely she deserve another chance????

She used to be a semi-professional model. Of course she deserves another chance.

I have heard that the only modelling she is good for now to scare the kids away from drugs

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howeph 1:44 pm
16 Jan 14
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Queen_of_the_Bun said :

Jivrashia said :

explain how “interesting” it is

Source on your quote JB? I didn’t find the word being mentioned in the linked Canberra Times article.

Otherwise the double-quotes are redundant.

I don’t think JB was quoting anything, he just wanted us to read the word in a funny voice in our heads.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quotation_mark#Irony

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poetix 2:17 pm
16 Jan 14
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The same sort of “interesting” person knows that a tomato is not a vegetable, and introduces this information whenever possible.

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Jivrashia 2:44 pm
16 Jan 14
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Queen_of_the_Bun said :

howeph said :

poetix said :

I seriously need to back-off from RA articles and realise that they are in a different league (of their own even).

Pass me the salt please.

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