Anorak News | Blue-clad hosepipe-wielding Scarborough woman dressed as boy sentenced

Blue-clad hosepipe-wielding Scarborough woman dressed as boy sentenced

by | 17th, April 2012

TO York Crown Court, where Scarborough woman Serena Moon, 36, is in the dock. She is sentenced to nine months’ imprisonment suspended for 18 months, pay £240 damages and cost, and ordered to complete 80 hours of unpaid work for attacking a woman with a “length of metal-ended hosepipe while dressed as a boy and wearing blue latex gloves”.

The incident occurred at night when Moon smashed windows at her victim’s home, one she shares with her husband and two children:

When the couple ran out to see what was happening, Moon, who had drunk two bottles of wine, motioned the woman’s partner forward shouting “Come on big man, come on”.

In Court:

She added that because of a neighbour dispute between the couple and her friend, also a resident of Rowan Close, she had gone to the house to smash the windows.

In her defence:

Patricia Doherty, mitigating, said that her client had had problems with a previous violent relationship, but was now getting her life back on track.

And now?

Moon now works for a Scarborough card company…

Presumably, where she writes the greetings and thoughts within.

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