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US Woman Charged Swearing Fee By Towing Company Would Have Gone Free In Britain

by | 10th, November 2013

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WHEN Mahogony Grandison , of Huntsville, Alabama had her car towed away, insults was added to injury. Instead of the $200 fee levied at her freind, wgo also had her car remove, Grandidon was $350. Her bill included a $150 charge for swearing at the towers .

She says: “I explained multiple times it was not me. I even apologized for the person who did curse them out. They were not hearing it.”

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Is wearing an offence. It’s all about the style of swearing, rather than the substance. Ever since Brendan Behan swore on Panorama in 1956, the objection to swearing in public has been eroded, although not in Alabama. In Joe Moran’s book A rmchair Nation, the author recalls another magic moment on the telly:

A few years later, just after Ulster Television had begun in 1959, the man with the Sisyphean task of painting the railings on Stranmillis Embankment alongside the River Lagan in Belfast appeared live on its

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