Monday, December 12, 2005

Break the law and you shall be punished!

Instigator here, at least some people aren't afraid to put their foot down and apply the law even when it may not be seen as politically correct by some!See here.Credit to Mochalicious for the link.

7 comments:

MsaniiXL said...

Why?

acolyte said...

@ Msanii
There are loads of people who would want to turn this into a persecution issue but it isn't it was all about the fact that he had forged docs but if it was here in the states the guy wouldn't have been touched coz he is part of a so called "disadvantaged" group.

Mochalicious! said...

LOL.....! tihihihihi

spicebear said...

the heading of the article makes it sound like he was arrested first for wearing the dress then for having forged documents ... would they have still arrested him if all he had done was wear the dress? i think the bbc had a very skewed perspective of this - they tried to make it sound like "all he did was dress like a female and oh, by the way, he also had forged documents" which was mentioned toward the end of the article. priorities! forged documents are forged documents, what made it newsworthy was his outfit.

acolyte said...

@ spicebear
I feel you 110%!That is one thing I wanted to get at too.The BBC were just looking for a way to smear the Kenyan gvt.But hey the have to sell the news so they took the best angle they could think of.

Prousette said...

Kenya did not REPEAT no deport the man for wearing a dress. Is that so hard to fathom?

acolyte said...

@ prou
Yes I know that and you know that but the BBC doesnt seem to.....