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Reports are going around saying that a teenager has become the first to be fined for dressing up as a clown and scaring children. However, I'd like to make a small amendment to these reports and say that a teenager has become the first to get what they well and truly deserve for dressing up as a clown and scaring children.
Eighteen-year-old Conor Jones was arrested after scaring schoolchildren during this bellend-fuelled craze, picking up a £90 fine and a criminal record.
The jobless yute was reportedly dressed in a clown mask and a black and white jumpsuit, when jumping out on unsuspecting children near St Cenydd Comprehensive School in Caerphilly, South Wales.
"The teachers were in the yard and they moved the children away because he was doing it," Dai Evans, who was collecting his child from school, said. "Then we had a message on the school's app warning us that someone was dressed as a clown."
The teen accused a mate of 'grassing him up' and then said, "I'm not afraid to make enemies," which when translated from shithouse language means "I'm a top dolt" in English.
"An 18-year-old-man from Penyrheol, Caerphilly, was issued a Fixed Penalty Notice and fined £90 for a Public Order offence," a spokesperson for Gwent police said. "This will now go on his criminal record."
Hopefully, now that police have taken action on a clown, it will stop others doing it. It's a complete crock of bullshit, to be honest.
Featured image credit: Wales News Service
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