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As you do. It’s 7:00pm, you’re on Athol Street, you’re a bit passed - best drop your pants and wave your knob at passing motorists! 

http://www.iomtoday.co.im/article.cfm?id=43356&headline=Man%20exposed%20himself%20in%20street&sectionIs=news&searchyear=2018

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More than anything I’d suggest this chap needs help with his alcohol problem. 

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“Nicholas Derek Jones, of Peel Road, dropped his shorts to his knees and thrust his hips back and forth causing his genitals to fly upwards as witnesses looked on in shock.”

I think it was more like amusement than shock. 

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I thought it might have been somebody from DOI announcing the latest road tax shafting.....like, "Have some (more) of this"...

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16 minutes ago, La Colombe said:

Exactly, putting this stuff through the courts seems somewhat pointless.

But you can't go doing this stuff willy-nilly... 

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23 minutes ago, wrighty said:

More than anything I’d suggest this chap needs help with his alcohol problem. 

Exactly he seems to be another just getting banged up rather than help and support in this Island. 

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Despite what his lawyer said[1], there was another alcohol-related conviction before the one in September 2017.  It was prosecuted afterwards, presumably because he was offered help with his alcohol problem, didn't take it up and then offended again.  But it still seems odd that there was nothing offered to help this time, but maybe the charges used meant that that couldn't be an option.  That might explain Jayne Hughes' expressing "surprise that the defendant had not been charged with a different offence".  Not for the first time.

 

[1]  The newspaper report says "his client only had one relevant previous conviction, for being found drunk in a public place in August 2017", but the first offence happened in May 2017 and the second was prosecuted in July.  So either that was yet another one and the newspaper only likes to report penis-related incidents, or lawyers and/or press are being fairly careless with the timelines.  Given that they also say he was 31 last year and is 34 now, some sloppiness seems possible.

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Athol Street huh? I've had bills from Athol Street lawyers...why don't they ever get prosecuted for pulling your pants down?

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Bit chilly to be waving your willy...

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5 hours ago, wrighty said:

More than anything I’d suggest this chap needs help with his alcohol problem. 

yes,  where can he get some cheaper than  H&B prices for a start.

 

maybe the thread title should be knob waves knob

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