Worcester teen spared jail to club baby seals to death
JACK Taylor, 18, of Worcester, is off to club seals to death. At Worcester Crown Court, Taylor admitted to burglary. Recorder Edward Coke said that Taylor’s crimes were worthy of a prison sentence but because he is contracted to work as a slaughterman in Norway and is “wanted to take part in the culling of baby seals in Alaska“.
The teenager would instead receive a six-month community order, perform 100 hours of unpaid work, pay £340 costs, £75 compensation to his victim and observe a 7pm to 7am curfew for three months.
The recorder said Taylor had “got off his backside” to work.
Alaskan seals are unlikely to get off theirs…