Anorak News | Mooner Stabbed With Garden Fork In Luton

Mooner Stabbed With Garden Fork In Luton

by | 25th, May 2011

MOONING. Anorak is broadly for it. It is all about timing. Take the story of the Nathan Mwanje, a 26-year-old now serving five years jail for stabbing Jay Jay Hind with a garden fork.

Suring a row on on Russell Rise, Luton, on 15 July, 2010, Hind dropped his trousers. Mwanje reacted. He had a fork to hand. And the fork went into Hind, who required 28 staples in his wounds.

Says Hind:

“I know it was childish to bare my bum. I honestly believed I was going to be killed.”

Judge Bevan, of Luton Crown court, rules:

“You were provoked by him mooning at you but you simply lost your temper. You attacked him with a garden fork which has been a life changing experience. It is disgraceful what you did, and I have to take a serious view of this.”

The moral of the stoy is clear: never moon a keen gardener.


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