You may recall the case of Kelly Martin, who urinated on a war memorial in broad daylight back in April as horrified visitors looked on.
Well, it would appear that once just wasn’t enough for her, as she returned to the English landmark again in June while out on bail and did the deed once more.
This time, the 42-year-old desecrated the memorial during a very sacred time – the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Somme.
More than one million soldiers were killed or wounded during the battle, making it the bloodiest in history.
When Martin was brought before a judge after this offense, he decided to throw the book at the jobless mother-of-five.
Judge John Lodge handed down a seven-month sentence and made the following statement:
“Each of these offenses is so serious that only a custodial sentence is appropriate. The two cases of outraging public decency involve urinating on a war memorial. Inevitably war memorials were constructed at the center of towns and villages so on a daily basis people could be reminded of the sacrifices made by people who died….What makes your case particularly bad is having been caught doing it one time, when the nation was commemorating the worst battle of the First World War you were caught doing it again in the middle of the day.”
Martin was also convicted of assaulting a paramedic for throwing an empty vodka bottle at his head and rubbing her naked butt on his leg.
As she was removed from the courtroom, she had just two words for Judge Lodge… “Fuck this!”
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