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Nominative determinism: Mr Dick guilty of exposing himself in public

by | 31st, March 2013

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THE NOMINATIVE Determinism detector points to Consett Magistrates Court, where Janet Coxon, prosecuting, tells the Beak:
“The first cleaner said she had looked through the window and saw the man. She maintained eye contact for around five seconds before she dropped her mop in shock.”

In the dock stands a man guilty of outraging public decency in a public place. He has admitted to the offence. At first, he claimed to have been applying

cream to a genital wart, which he showed police officers interviewing him. Once before, in May 2005, this man was caught applying cream to a genital wart. A student saw him allegedly applying the unguent as he sat in his car.

Stephen Dick, for it is he, from Durham, is sentenced to “a 12 month community order, 60 hours unpaid work and told he must pay £85 prosecution costs and a £60 victim surcharge.”

He did not claim to be a victim of nominative determinism.



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