Olympic graffiti artist is jailed
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!
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