Skip to content Skip to main navigation

News

Avani Terraces - Greenway
Life is looking up

Magistrate Fryar gives dating advice to Brittney Belle

By johnboy - 1 June 2011 22

The Canberra Times has amusing court news as one Brittney Belle Fairbairn (19) has gamely requested of the Magistrates Court that she get weekend detention for her six counts of of unregistered driving.

The appeal of the weekend detention is it would let her spend more time with her thieving boyfriend who is already doing weekend porridge.

Brittney’s previous boyfriend we hear is an alleged burglar and car thief which prompted Magistrate Karen Fryar to make the unusual sentencing offer of dating advice:

‘Quite frankly, firstly, your choice of partners is only going to get you more trouble with the law,” Magistrate Karen Fryar told Fairbairn…

Ms Fryar criticised the defendant’s decision to push for weekend jail ”simply because some stupid boy is a criminal, and he is there already”.

On top of 160 hours of community service and a six month suspended sentence Magistrate Fryar has recommended cognitive skills and assertiveness programs.

Who would have thought there were courses for not being a bloody idiot? Anyone know if they’re any good?

What’s Your opinion?


Post a comment
Please login to post your comments, or connect with
22 Responses to
Magistrate Fryar gives dating advice to Brittney Belle
bd84 8:42 pm 01 Jun 11

Sad to see a nice girl wasting her life on doing stupid things with stupid guys.

keepitup 8:13 pm 01 Jun 11

She’s OK . . she likes ‘The Young Ones”.

Jethro 8:02 pm 01 Jun 11

krasny said :

I’ll bet Merici College are really proud of this one.

But I thought private schools kept out the riff-raff? Isn’t that why our public schools are no-go zones?

Classified 6:46 pm 01 Jun 11

colourful sydney racing identity said :

Captain RAAF said :

Here’s her Facebook page;

https://www.facebook.com/brittnoss11

Nice arse!

‘Find a guy who calls u beautiful instead of hot, who calls u back wen u hang up on him, who will lie under da stars n listen 2 ur heartbeat, or will stay awake just to watch you sleep… wait for the boy who kisses your forehead, who wants to show you off’

Nice to have an ambition…

Find a chick who can spell…

krasny 5:15 pm 01 Jun 11

I’ll bet Merici College are really proud of this one.

I wholeheartedly agree with Ms Fryar, but I think it’s too late – if she’s reached 19 without falling into any cognitive skills, it’s probably a bit late now.

colourful sydney rac 3:56 pm 01 Jun 11

Captain RAAF said :

Here’s her Facebook page;

https://www.facebook.com/brittnoss11

Nice arse!

‘Find a guy who calls u beautiful instead of hot, who calls u back wen u hang up on him, who will lie under da stars n listen 2 ur heartbeat, or will stay awake just to watch you sleep… wait for the boy who kisses your forehead, who wants to show you off’

Nice to have an ambition…

Deref 3:50 pm 01 Jun 11

Judging by the number of bloody idiots around, I’d say they’re singularly ineffective.

The Frots 3:43 pm 01 Jun 11

neanderthalsis said :

Assertiveness program? The last thing we need is someone with an obvious disregard for the law being more empowered and assertive. Public humiliation would be more the trick, bring back the pillory.

This has my vote!

alaninoz 2:47 pm 01 Jun 11

Assertiveness training? With any luck it will help her to tell her loser boyfriend to get lost.

nexus6 2:41 pm 01 Jun 11

Sir Humphrey: “You know what happens: nice young lady comes up to you. Obviously you want to create a good impression, you don’t want to look a fool, do you? So she starts asking you some questions: Mr. Woolley, are you worried about the number of young people without jobs?”
Bernard Woolley: “Yes”
Sir Humphrey: “Are you worried about the rise in crime among teenagers?”
Bernard Woolley: “Yes”
Sir Humphrey: “Do you think there is a lack of discipline in our Comprehensive schools?”
Bernard Woolley: “Yes”
Sir Humphrey: “Do you think young people welcome some authority and leadership in their lives?”
Bernard Woolley: “Yes”
Sir Humphrey: “Do you think they respond to a challenge?”
Bernard Woolley: “Yes”
Sir Humphrey: “Would you be in favour of reintroducing National Service?”
Bernard Woolley: “Oh…well, I suppose I might be.”
Sir Humphrey: “Yes or no?”
Bernard Woolley: “Yes”
Sir Humphrey: “Of course you would, Bernard. After all you told you can’t say no to that. So they don’t mention the first five questions and they publish the last one.”
Bernard Woolley: “Is that really what they do?”
Sir Humphrey: “Well, not the reputable ones no, but there aren’t many of those. So alternatively the young lady can get the opposite result.”
Bernard Woolley: “How?”
Sir Humphrey: “Mr. Woolley, are you worried about the danger of war?”
Bernard Woolley: “Yes”
Sir Humphrey: “Are you worried about the growth of armaments?”
Bernard Woolley: “Yes”
Sir Humphrey: “Do you think there is a danger in giving young people guns and teaching them how to kill?”
Bernard Woolley: “Yes”
Sir Humphrey: “Do you think it is wrong to force people to take up arms against their will?”
Bernard Woolley: “Yes”
Sir Humphrey: “Would you oppose the reintroduction of National Service?”
Bernard Woolley: “Yes”
Sir Humphrey: “There you are, you see Bernard. The perfect balanced sample.”

Captain RAAF 2:36 pm 01 Jun 11

Here’s her Facebook page;

https://www.facebook.com/brittnoss11

Nice arse!

neanderthalsis 2:15 pm 01 Jun 11

Assertiveness program? The last thing we need is someone with an obvious disregard for the law being more empowered and assertive. Public humiliation would be more the trick, bring back the pillory.

Thumper 2:13 pm 01 Jun 11

Brittney Belle

Guilty as charged.

colourful sydney rac 2:13 pm 01 Jun 11

This makes me weep for the future.

bitzermaloney 2:04 pm 01 Jun 11

First decent sentence to come out of an ACT court in a very very long time.

Next step is to bring back mandatory conscription.

Related Articles

CBR Tweets

Sign up to our newsletter

Top
Copyright © 2017 Riot ACT Holdings Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.
www.the-riotact.com | www.b2bmagazine.com.au | www.thisiscanberra.com

Search across the site