Golliwog woman ‘not guilty’
A WOMAN charged with racially aggravated harassment after displaying a golliwog in her window has denied the offence.
Jena Mason, 65, was arrested after her black neighbour Rosemarie O’Donnell complained about the doll to police.
Mason ( above) arrived at court flanked by her husband and two other men who attempted to block photographers at the entrance.
She spoke only to confirm her name and address and enter a plea of not guilty.
Outside, BNP member Howard Marjoram, 66, said the party would be lending her its support at future hearings.
He said: “To have all this fuss over a golliwog is a travesty. I am here to see justice done.”
Mason, of Worlingham, Suffolk, was released on unconditional bail and did not speak as she left Lowestoft Magistrates’ Court, where her case was adjourned for a case management hearing on October 11.
“You can’t beat sex outdoors.”