Convicted criminal Libyan can stay in Britain because he is an alcoholic

In what is believed to be the first case of its kind, the Libyan man successfully argued that he would face physical punishment and imprisonment in his homeland, where alcohol consumption is illegal.

It means the 53-year-old will be free to continue his alcohol-fuelled crime wave in Britain because the punishment he would face in Libya would be too severe, and because he has a “right to family life” in this country…

  • Well yea, I mean England can always use another drunk.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      I was quite taken aback by the amount of alcohol those chaps can consume.

      • Pussy!

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Sometimes… YES, my little miss Canadian outlaw.
          I still managed to impress a bunch of 1% bikers with over 10 liters of high-octane tequila that I was able to waltz into the country without even so much as a second glace.
          A guy’s gotta have skills! 😉

          That times 6, barely leaves enough room in your luggage for spare underwear.

          • El Martyachi

            Nowhere worth going requires spare underwear…

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            One thing I learned was that the more 100 proof tequila you have, the less underwear you need.
            That was a weird trip.

          • Clink9

            There was this one time in Acapulco…….

          • Raymond Hietapakka

            Mmmm…tequila and kahlua on ice, tasty.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            The good tequila will allow you to down it in shot glasses without too much pain, and that is only the first shot. After your mouth has gone numb and the burning subsides, then you can do shots until you ya can’t stand up any more.

            There are some Mexican tequila and Kahlua
            coffee drinks that are just out of this world.

  • cmh

    we would do the same here in canada

  • barryjr

    Idiot judges no kidding, if they sent him home it would be an enforced AA program and think of the health benefits if he quit drinking.

  • bobo

    But, Britain is an Islamic state under sharia law.

    Since when are Muslims alcoholics?
    When they go to Britain for a holiday.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Let’s hope the judge is one of his next crime victims.

    • Frau Katze

      I’ll second that.