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9 months periodic detention for a nightclub stink

By johnboy - 2 June 2010 25

The ABC’s got a story on Paul Joseph Pearson being sentenced to 9 months periodic detention after a blue in a Wanniassa nightclub back in August 2007.

Someone else was rude to Paul’s mate saying “Nice t-shirt poof”, Paul got overly defensive as to his mate’s virtue, noses were broken and who would have thought an arsehole in a Wanniassa nightclub would be an arsehole to the point of pressing charges?

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9 months periodic detention for a nightclub stink
Observing 4:01 pm 02 Jun 10

R. Slicker said :

Ideally, the words shouldn’t be used at all, of course.

Yes they should. There is nothing like putting a bundle of faggots into your fireplace then lighting a hand rolled fag while putting your feet up on a poof.

Postalgeek 2:42 pm 02 Jun 10

What’s the bet the T shirt is one a gay man wouldn’t be seen dead wearing out on the town.

georgesgenitals 2:28 pm 02 Jun 10

Deadmandrinking said :

georgesgenitals said :

I can’t believe there are blokes that wear pink shirts. Fags.

You should totally go for a drink in waniassa. Please post the CCTV footage afterwards.

No thanks, I been to the zoo before.

Deadmandrinking 2:15 pm 02 Jun 10

georgesgenitals said :

I can’t believe there are blokes that wear pink shirts. Fags.

You should totally go for a drink in waniassa. Please post the CCTV footage afterwards.

georgesgenitals 1:25 pm 02 Jun 10

I can’t believe there are blokes that wear pink shirts. Fags.

hellspice 12:45 pm 02 Jun 10

“He said it was regrettable that some people in the community considered the comment an insult.”
because there is nothing wrong with being a poof with a nice shirt! or so they say.

Clown Killer 12:17 pm 02 Jun 10

Nice work. It doesn’t matter where an assault takes place. If you can’t deal with your insecurities without resorting to violence then you deserve a spell in the big house.

Skidd Marx 12:12 pm 02 Jun 10

Stories like this serve as a stern reminder to be extra careful about t-shirt selection when going out on the sauce in Erindale.

gospeedygo 11:38 am 02 Jun 10

I never liked fluo tshirts and v necks.

Pommy bastard 11:13 am 02 Jun 10

I prefer the term “bummer” myself, or occasionally “gaymo”.

fgzk 10:55 am 02 Jun 10

” Ideally, the words shouldn’t be used at all, of course.”

Sure it should be used. I love seeing heterosexuals beat each other to a pulp over the use of the word.

R. Slicker 10:34 am 02 Jun 10

I’m surprised he used the word poof. Ever since that song Money For Nothing by Dire Straits (1985) which featured the “that little faggot” verse, the word poof has been replaced by faggot. Maybe homophobes are realising faggot is American crap and the good old Aussie poofter is making a comeback. Ideally, the words shouldn’t be used at all, of course.

Tooks 10:25 am 02 Jun 10

I’d say anyone getting jail time for assault in this city is definitely news worthy.

buzz819 10:15 am 02 Jun 10

Well reading the article the bloke was trying to break up the fight when he got his nose broke?

Are you saying that if you get your nose broken as a result of trying to help someone you should just let the incident go?

Captain RAAF 10:04 am 02 Jun 10

A fight in a pub, shit that’s newsworthy!

They better start building a few more jails because if calling a bloke a poof in a pub and having a bit of a stoush (as long as it does’nt involve a glassing, kicking someone while their down or beating them within an inch of their life) is going to land a bloke 9 months in the slammer, what we have will be overflowing in a fortnight, especially after QEII’s birthday!

Without a picture of the t-shirt I don’t think anyone can say the assault was unwarranted..;-)

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