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Manchester Man Swore St Police After Anger Management Therapy

by | 13th, December 2011

PHILIP Croft, 40, was returning from a court-ordered anger-management session in Manchester when police pulled him over for speeding. (Croft had attacked someone and was ordered to attend therapy sessions to curb his temper.)
At Manchester Magistrates Court, police say they were going to let Croft off with warning, but he started to swear and rant at them.

Says District judge Mark Hadfield told Croft:

“There’s a certain irony that on your way back from an anger-management session you behaved like this with a police officer.”

Maybe the therapy doesn’t work?

Croft admitted a public order offence. He was fined £50 and ordered to pay £85 court costs.



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