Climate protestor tries to tell judge what punishment he will accept. Magistrates next sentence starts with, “Yeah na, mate.”

Serial protest pest Eric Herbert (20) was sentenced to 50 hours community service when the uppity little twat told the judge “No thanks” and said he planned on travelling instead. Completely oblivious to how the legal system works, yet an expert at the age of 20 on world affairs, the Magistrate had to pull out the, “Yeah na, mate” defense and give him a wake up call. But the little twat, who comes from a wealthy family and went to a good school, then went as far as to tell the Magistrate what punishment he should get.

“Personally, I think a small fine would be more appropriate,” said little lord Eric, silver spoon in his mouth and all.

The best part of the proceedings was when his eminence informed the court he was a law abiding citizen. It was at that point the Magistrate had to really introduce him to something called reality.

“You’ve broken the law multiple times, are here under arrest, yet you claim to be a law abiding citizen. What world do you live in? ‘This is why we need mandatory drug testing before court,’” mumbled the Magistrate under his breath.

In the end, Eric was gracious enough to say he would accept the courts decision. Wanting a small fine instead of community service, the Magistrate ended up giving him a small fine AND community service for being such an entitled little tosspot.

Eric claims he still plans to travel after it’s all over. Good luck, Eric. It’s hard to get around these days especially when young rich white kids are gluing themselves to the ground stopping people from ‘travelling’ where they want to.

Published by Brian Rowe

Brian lives in Queensland with his wife and [insert Councilly approved number of] cats and dogs. Has been described as handsome, charming, intelligent... and his mum also said, “He’s a very good boy.”

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