Racist women who urinated in front of praying Muslim family spared jail

24th Dec 2015

Elham Asaad Buaras

Two Plymouth women who urinated in front of a Muslim family in a park while shouting racist abuse have walked free from Plymouth Crown Court on November 27.

Natalie Richardson, 32, and Claire Farrell, 36, squatted in front of a Syrian family and their own children and urinated while drunkenly hurling racist abuse.

The prosecution described how the Syrian couple, both practising Muslims, had been having a picnic in Central Park on August 16 with their 10-year-old son and eight-year-old daughter.
Drunken Richardson and Farrell pulled down their underwear and squatted within metres of the Syrians while shouting racist abuse.

Richardson even pushed a bystander in the chest when he tried to intervene in the incident on a quiet Sunday afternoon.
Richardson and Farrell were with five young children at the time.
Despite describing their behaviour as “disgusting”, a judge imposed only suspended sentences.

Recorder John Trevaskis said: “Nobody in civilised society could see your behaviour in any way justified or acceptable, not in the multi-cultural society in which we live. I describe it as disgusting.”

Richardson had pleaded guilty to religiously-aggravated threatening and abusive behaviour on August 16. Farrell had denied the charges.

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