Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Judge tells student who shouted racist slurs during rampage 'I'm not sending a lady to prison for this'

White student spared jail for racist and violent attack after being denied entry

A student who went on a drunk rampage, shouting racist abuse and attacking staff, has been spared jail.
A judge told Karolina Szumko, who continued to be racist even after her arrest, ‘I’m not sending a lady to prison for something like this.’

She had drunk half a bottle of vodka before trying to get into the Notting Hill Arts Club. However the 18-year-old was too drunk so they refused to let her in.

The Polish national who has lived in the UK for five years told a bouncer ‘You fucking black, you shouldn’t be standing between us.’
She slapped the manager of the club on the neck and one of the officers that arrested her as well as kicking another officer.

Prosecutor Cerry McNulty said that she wrapped her leg round an officer’s leg and refused to let go. When she had leg restraints put on she continued to thrash around.
Szumko, a first year photography student, shouted at police saying ‘British p***s’ adding: ‘You are going to fucking die, fucking racists, pretend to be white but wish Merry Christmas to Muslim People.’
At the police station she threw water over a custody officer and continued her racist tirade.

Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court heard that she was ‘mortified’ by what she had done and could barely remember the incident which happened in December last year.
Deptuy District Judge Adrian Turner told her: ‘I hope you are horrified. It horrifies me. Racially abusing and attacking police officers and security people all in a public place, and that’s the result of drinking far more vodka than was good for you.

‘I dare say you were not aware of what was going on, and I accept what happened wouldn’t have happened apart from drinking, you are genuinely sorry.
‘I’m not going to send a lady to prison for something like this.’
Instead she was ordered to pay £200 to her victims and told to do 150 hours of community service.

She admitted three counts of assaulting a police officer, three of racially aggravated public order offences, one count of assaulting an accredited person, and one count of common assault.

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