Thursday, July 16, 2009

It is a tough life being the Devil in New Labour Britain.

Dear All

It is a hard life being the Devil, the angel who fell from heaven and was cast out.

Enter Gavin, a security guard who swindled benefit money to pay for operations to make him look like the devil; he has been banned from leaving his house at night by a court.

You can’t do the devil’s work during the day time, it’s too light but the court wants its pound of flesh.

Gavin Paslow is now subject to a curfew after using £3,552 to fund operations to give him fangs, a forked tongue and horns. Further to that he has changed his name to Diablo Delenfer or devil from the inferno.

What a nutter!

People usually get plastic surgery to enhance appearance to look more attractive to get the chicks.

Paslow will be unable to stalk the streets at night after he was ordered to remain indoors from 5pm to 5am when he admitted seven counts of benefit fraud.

In order to prove he was a fruitloop; he turned up in court under his new moniker and pleaded guilty to seven offences of failing to promptly notify the Department for Work and Pensions of a change in circumstance that he knew would affect his benefit claims.

That was him working not being a nutter.

In April, a court decided to shove 200 hours community service up him to teach him the error of his ways but he was back in court yesterday to receive the curfew as a substitute punishment claiming he could not complete the unpaid work due to ill health.

I have to say that claim would have some merit.

After the case Paslow, from Seasalter, Kent said he was sorry for his mistake.

If he was desperate to look like a nut then why not try and get it done on the NHS, if they are doing men into women then surely a surgeon could have a crack at man into Lucifer.

After all how many times do you get to make the devil these days?

I wonder if he will come to regret looking like an arse!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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