Olympic graf­fiti artist is jailed

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A GRAF­FITI artist whose work ap­peared in the Lon­don Olympics has been jailed for caus­ing £32,000 worth of dam­age to trains.

Glynn Judd, 40, known for his tag “Noir”, helped dec­o­rate the house that rap­per Tinie Tem­pah danced in dur­ing the 2012 open­ing cer­e­mony.

A po­lice search of his home in Bar­net, north Lon­don, found bolt cut­ters, an Un­der­ground high vis­i­bil­ity jacket, a note­book with lo­ca­tions of where stopped trains could be found overnight and spray cans.

Judd pleaded guilty to 15 counts re­lat­ing to graf­fiti van­dal­ism be­tween 2006 and 2011.

He also pleaded guilty to pos­sess­ing a can of CS spray, which is pro­hib­ited.

Judd, who tar­get­ted trains and tubes in Lon­don for four years, was jailed for 16 months. I THOUGHT I’d done some crazy things – sex on top of a Welsh moun­tain heads the list – but jump­ing out of a bal­loon from the edge of the world is right up there with the re­ally weird and won­der­ful!

It’s amaz­ing that Aus­trian sky­diver Felix Baum­gart­ner broke the sound bar­rier in freefall – and sur­vived to tell the tale.

The fastest I’ve ever gone was get­ting to the lin­gerie counter at a store sales to get my hands on this sexy thong I’m wear­ing (

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