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Outrageous - Should Go To Jail!! :@

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Sport technology undergraduate Phil Laing who had been boozing for hours openly desecrated the memorial at midnight after a drunken binge. Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/26840…
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Sport technology undergraduate Phil Laing who had been boozing for hours openly desecrated the memorial at midnight after a drunken binge.

Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/2684084/Lout-urinates-on-war-memorial.html#ixzz0U1nmxCWy

Terrible

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He should be sent to afghanistan of the front line
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#2
Should have gone to prison anyway, due to crimes against fashion, that top and those shoes are disgusting!!!!



Mike..
#3
needs a good kicking!
banned#4
Death sentance, :)
Bring it back.
#5
Bnag.
#6
Prison? Stop over reacting. :roll:
#7
prison might be a little harsh....just get some war vets to p*ss on him
#8
manchesterjim
prison might be a little harsh....just get some war vets to p*ss on him


lol ok
[mod]#9
I think Prison would be wrong.

I think he should be sent to the front line of Afghanistan to get a glimpse of what those who died had to endure and then if he survives explain whether he thinks they still deserve pissing on. :x
#10
thts a carnage t shirt hes wearing i think, i remember carnage in dundee last year, kind of :lol:
#11
It looks like he's wearing a Carnage t-shirt (With all the bars written on it and they have to tick off each one)...no wonder he's wasted

Give him a good kicking
#12
Syzable
I think Prison would be wrong.

I think he should be sent to the front line of Afghanistan to get a glimpse of what those who died had to endure and then if he survives explain whether he thinks they still deserve pissing on. :x


yh i think thats right
#13
should b made to wash it off, before kneeling before it for 2 days
#14
photoshopped
#15
chri1143
photoshopped


:thumbsup: a la Piers Morgan! :thumbsup:
#16
peodude
Prison? Stop over reacting. :roll:


manchesterjim
prison might be a little harsh....just get some war vets to p*ss on him


Syzable
I think Prison would be wrong.

I think he should be sent to the front line of Afghanistan to get a glimpse of what those who died had to endure and then if he survives explain whether he thinks they still deserve pissing on. :x


Trickyjabs
:thumbsup: a la Piers Morgan! :thumbsup:


Oh dear

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/south_yorkshire/8342191.stm
banned#17
He should be hung, drawn and quartered.

He should be sent to Afghanistan.

He should be made to lick the monument clean.

He should be made to poke those little green toy soldiers up his nose.

He should be made to march the streets in a pink thong and chicken head.

Any others?
[mod]#18
My friend is the organiser/owner of Carnage UK and he was absolutely appalled at the actions of this idiot.
banned#19
magicjay1986
My friend is the organiser/owner of Carnage UK and he was absolutely appalled at the actions of this idiot.


It's hardly unexpected.

You get an idiot drunk, he's going to act like a drunken idiot.
[mod]#20
FilthAndFurry
It's hardly unexpected.

You get an idiot drunk, he's going to act like a drunken idiot.


Go around the pub and club scene of any city and take a poll of 1,000 drunken idiots. Ask them if they would urinate on a war memorial. It doesnt matter how intoxicated I am, I would NEVER do that. Even when I am intoxicated I can form a decision such as this.

Carnage are an incredibly well planned operation. They do not even allow you to cross the road without it being a designated crossing. You cannot plan for idiots like this.
#21
FilthAndFurry
It's hardly unexpected.

You get an idiot drunk, he's going to act like a drunken idiot.


the onus is still down to the individual, thats the same twaddle as saying violent films/games make people kill
banned#22
Alfonse
the onus is still down to the individual, thats the same twaddle as saying violent films/games make people kill


It absolutely isn't.
banned#23
magicjay1986
Go around the pub and club scene of any city and take a poll of 1,000 drunken idiots. Ask them if they would urinate on a war memorial. It doesnt matter how intoxicated I am, I would NEVER do that. Even when I am intoxicated I can form a decision such as this.

Carnage are an incredibly well planned operation. They do not even allow you to cross the road without it being a designated crossing. You cannot plan for idiots like this.


So long as he didn't have to cross a road to reach the memorial then;-)

I have no problem with people drinking, or doing anything so long as they act responsibly.

But the company is called 'Carnage'. That should perhaps indicate something. I could go on about how the 'uniform' actually increases the mob mentality/peer pressure to drink irresponsibly but I understand that if he's your friend they'll be a distinct lack of objectivity which is fine.

But it's a company predicated on the stupidity/naivety of freshers to drink too much (great for the clubs).

It's a great business model.:thumbsup:
[mod]#24
FilthAndFurry
So long as he didn't have to cross a road to reach the memorial then;-)

I have no problem with people drinking, or doing anything so long as they act responsibly.

But the company is called 'Carnage'. That should perhaps indicate something. I could go on about how the 'uniform' actually increases the mob mentality/peer pressure to drink irresponsibly but I understand that if he's your friend they'll be a distinct lack of objectivity which is fine.

But it's a company predicated on the stupidity/naivety of freshers to drink too much (great for the clubs).

It's a great business model.:thumbsup:


Should we ban UFC as it contains the word "fighting" and thereby encourages violence? No.

You need to take a realistic approach to these things.
banned#25
magicjay1986
Should we ban UFC as it contains the word "fighting" and thereby encourages violence? No.

You need to take a realistic approach to these things.


You're failing to see the point I'm making.

If the UFC were to mismanage or fail to protect the people either in it's employ or perhaps even attending an event then they may well be culpable, although it's not really comparable.

All I'm saying is that the company is based on getting freshers extremely drunk. I'm not going to judge whether that's responsible behaviour from any company, and of course there is a huge element of personal responsibility that we're not addressing.

But the company's name reflects a certain recognition of what may happen.

Like I said though, I'm not judging. I don't really have a problem with companies profiting from the stupidity/naivety of people.
#26
Alfonse
the onus is still down to the individual, thats the same twaddle as saying violent films/games make people kill


are you actually being serious?:w00t::w00t:
#27
FilthAndFurry
It absolutely isn't.


so I'm not responsible for my actions then because I was made to drink...........that obviously works in a court of Law

you are wrong, end.
#28
casparwhite
are you actually being serious?:w00t::w00t:


again so people aren't responsible for their actions so blaming them on the violent games they played is abolition of culpability
banned#29
Alfonse
so I'm not responsible for my actions then because I was made to drink...........that obviously works in a court of Law


Again, read my last post. Any questions, ask;-)
banned#30
Alfonse
again so people aren't responsible for their actions so blaming them on the violent games they played is abolition of culpability


Do you write your posts with the help of a dictionary and a pin?
#31
FilthAndFurry
Do you write your posts with the help of a dictionary and a pin?


do you avoid answering the question directly because you are a troll?
banned#32
Alfonse
do you avoid answering the question directly because you are a troll?


I only avoid answering it when a) I'm not laughing at someone throwing together words without checking if they mean anything, or b) I haven't already answered the question within my last three posts.

I'm not going to judge whether that's responsible behaviour from any company, and of course there is a huge element of personal responsibility that we're not addressing.

So of course personal responsibility comes into it.

But let's read other posts in future. I don't want people to think I'm giving you special treatment, okay:thumbsup:
#33
FilthAndFurry
I only avoid answering it when a) I'm not laughing at someone throwing together words without checking if they mean anything, or b) I haven't already answered the question within my last three posts.

I'm not going to judge whether that's responsible behaviour from any company, and of course there is a huge element of personal responsibility that we're not addressing.

So of course personal responsibility comes into it.

But let's read other posts in future. I don't want people to think I'm giving you special treatment, okay:thumbsup:


lol the words go together just fine thanks go check

anywho yes another vague reply which addresses nothing other than you won't judge ironically cause you usually do

Yes I am special, and.............

See there I addressed your points, but lets see in the future if you can too

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