It took a lot of effort on my part to secure this listing which despite wonderful help from those who slog in the chaos that is the offices whithin COWMC, justice certainly wasn't easily accessible.
I have the right to appeal and I am going to get these unnecessary, intefering disproporionate bail conditions removed.
I was arrested on May 1, 2007 for displaying the legitimate term 'Bollocks' on a whiteboard - no charges laid - no surprise.
I was further arrested on May 5, 2007 for saying the legitimate term "Bollocks" - charges laid - bail granted to Westminster Magistrates' Court, Horseferry Road, Westminster, London on Wednesday, May 16, 2007.
I am to be brought to trial and possibly given a criminal record, my first in 40 years as a mother of three children, for this "Bollocks"?
It is my clear understanding that 'Bollocks' is a legitimate mainstream term that was found acceptable to be displayed in high street record shop windows as per The Sex Pistols - 'Never Mind the Bollocks' ruling of 1986. Apparently, HRH Prince Charles is quite accustomed to its varied usages within the public arena.
In old English, it gave reference to a priest and in common English slang, it gives reference to a "nonsense" as in "Never Mind the Bollocks" as argued by QC John Mortimer on behalf of the Sex Pistols.
I was wondering if the British public also considers this to be "Bollocks"?
Mrs C Sweet XXX