Paul Grange update.
Remember that bloke Paul Grange?
You know, the guy that thought it would be banter to order a shirt displaying the text: “HILLSBOROUGH Gods way of helping RENTOKILL”.
Well, he was in court earlier this week, after admitting a public order offence.
The 50-year-old was handed a £600 fine and ordered to pay a £60 victim surcharge, plus £135 in costs.
Speaking to a BBC reporter as he left court, Mr Grange seemed genuinely remorseful.
“I have lost my home, my job, friends, family and my relationship, everything” he said.
Mr Grange added: “It’s what I deserve.”
— Andy Morris (@AndyMorrisBIC) July 9, 2016
It’s hard to be too sympathetic for Mr Grange after he publicly joked about the tragic deaths of 96 football fans.
However, it does seem like he has been punished convincingly, albeit not by the British Justice System.
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