I WASN’T W*NKING ...I WAS ROLLING A FAG
ANYTHING with Tom Hardy in is alright by me, but I was really impressed by his new show
which started on BBC One on Saturday. The show is really dark and mysterious and I already can’t wait to watch the next episode. Loads of people were complaining on Twitter about the cast mumbling, but I didn’t notice, to be honest. Maybe they need to stop whinging and check what volume their TV’s on! I WANT to send my heartfelt condolences to a very good friend of mine, Preeti Young, who is going through a tough time at the moment after her gorgeous French Bulldog Blake had to be put to sleep.
He was such a lovely little dog and everyone in the glamour industry absolutely loved seeing him on shoots. Preeti was an amazing mum to him too and he was such a happy dog while alive.
I know from experience how hard it can be when you lose a pet, especially a dog, so I just wanted to let her know that I am thinking of her. A MAN accused of exposing himself while sitting in his car was allowed to roll a cigarette in court – to demonstrate what he was doing at the time.
Graham Seedburgh, 27, claimed he had been seated behind the wheel of his car rolling a fag and using the crotch area of his trousers as a ‘table’.
But the jury at St Albans Crown Court rejected his account and convicted him of two offences of exposing himself to women. clearly masturbating.
One female victim said: “His private parts were uncovered and I could see that he was pleasuring himself.
“I said ‘Oh my God’ and pulled out of the car window and walked away.”
The first offence took place on April 18, 2014, at around 4.20pm.
Another offence took place on April 29 just after 1.30pm.
In both cases, the women told police the culprit had a ponytail and was behind the wheel of a dark car.
Following the last incident, the female victim managed to take down part of the number plate of the car. CONVICTED: Graham Seedburgh
This lead to the arrest of Seedbugh who was living at the time with his parents in Bushey and driving a dark blue Rover 25.
During his trial last month he had denied exposing himself to the two women.
Passing sentence Judge Stephen Warner told Seedburgh: “On both occasions, what you did was done with the intention of causing alarm and distress to the ladies. I am sure you did this for your own sexual gratification.”
Seedburgh was given a two-year community order with supervision and must attend a sex offender treatment programme.
He must also sign the Sex Offenders Register for the next five years.