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Monday, 27 June 2011

I’m embarrassed, says toilet graffiti dauber at age of 62 (EDL news, UK)

A man has been ordered to pay compensation after graffiting racist abuse on the doors of Hebden Bridge train station.

James Allen, 62, of Wood Villas, Hebden Bridge, appeared unrepresented at Calderdale Magistrates’ Court.

He admitted causing £700 damage and possessing two bags of cannabis.

On seven different occasions between April 23 and June 7, station staff found graffiti supporting the English Defence League daubed on the back of doors in the male toilets.

An undercover officer from British Transport Police went to the station on June 7 to wait for the culprit.

He saw Allen enter the toilets at 1.41pm.

Paul Ramsey, prosecuting, said: “He sat on a bench watching all men who were going in. A minute later Allen was seen to leave his bike on the platform.

“The defendant exited two minutes later with what was believed to be a white marker pen in his right jeans pocket.”

After the officer checked the door, he followed Allen and arrested him. While searching Allen, he found two bags of cannabis.

He admitted both offences to police.

Allen told officers he was not a member of the English Defence League but he wrote grafitti in support of the group to “vent his frustration”.

When asked to explain his actions to magistrates, he said he had nothing to tell them.

“I’m just embarrased about it,” he said.

He was given a 12-month community order and told to complete 60 hours of unpaid work, pay compensation of £100 and £85 towards costs.

Halifax Courier