Cry Baby of the Week

Not only has this guy turned up to the Christchurch Casino, drunk and argumentative – admitting he was “not entirely blameless in the encounter” – but when he got his beans he went crying about it to the MSM.

He must’ve been carrying on like a right wally because he got himself arrested and spent the night in the cells, presumably to detox, before being released with a warning, but now it’s everybody else’s fault.

The cops viewed the footage and spoke to witnesses that weren’t off their face, and said no case to answer.

He even got it reviewed by a senior policeman – same same.

And now this youth worker, a married father of two, wants everybody to know what a prize fool he was by running crying to the complicit MSM, complaining he was “mistreated”.

If I was ever stupid enough to be in that situation, I’d go home to lick my wounds and reflect on the consequences of being an idiot.

Christchurch Casino bouncers face fresh criticism over their handling of intoxicated patrons, this time from a man who sustained two broken ribs.

The 33-year-old youth worker and father-of-two was refused entry into the central city casino due to intoxication on October 18.

He said that when he denied being drunk, the bouncers responded with violence.  

He ended up with two broken ribs as well as injuries to both arms and his right ankle in the altercation that followed, he said.

The man laid a complaint with police, who investigated but decided not to lay charges after watching security footage and interviewing those involved.

He is considering a private prosecution.

Footage emerged weeks ago showing security guards bringing a patron to the ground outside the casino’s Mashina Lounge and pushing his head into a gutter.

Christchurch Casino chief executive Brett Anderson said that he believed the degree of force used by the security guards in that incident was fair. Anderson also defended the bouncers over the latest complaint.

The youth worker, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said security guards placed him in a headlock and pushed him against a taxi.

A “big unit” from Mashina Lounge “did a martial arts move on me that sent me flying two metres into the road,” he said.

The man was arrested and spent a night in the police cells before he was released with a warning.

He said X-rays taken the following day confirmed he had two broken ribs on his right side.

What is it with the MSM, if they aren’t pimping the poor they are cuddling the criminally stupid.

Good luck with the private prosecution…bet they don;t give you name suppression with that little stunt.


– Fairfax

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