Geordies are sheep now, apparently

A Sudanese shepherd granted asylum in the UK has claimed that “immorality” in Newcastle encouraged him to sexually assault a man in the city centre.

Zain Osman, 25, who arrived in the country on a lorry, thrust his hands down the victim’s trousers and tried to force him to perform oral sex on him in the street.

Not that you’d want a blow job from a ruminant really. Not more than once at least.

Update, there might be a more unkind way to tell this story. Attempted sex with a Geordie? Jeez, he must have been drunk.

14 comments on “Geordies are sheep now, apparently

  1. thrust his hands down the victim’s trousers and tried to force him to perform oral sex on him in the street

    Is he Edward Penishands or something?

    Zain Osman, 25, who arrived in the country on a lorry

    Thanks, Conservatives. See you at tha crossroads (the polling place).

  2. What’s happened to Geordies? Why didn’t he just deck the bastard? [Reads article] ‘both got drunk in a gay bar before engaging in “consensual activity” in the street’ – as you were, then.

  3. “”He lacked the kind of life experiences we know about in our more civilised community.””

    Don’t worry, with the increasing spread of sharia-compliant sex education in Birmingham, it’s only a matter of time before we start to resemble Sudan. Anything to make such welcome additions to our country feel more at home!

  4. “Judge Jeremy Freedman said Osman “would not take no for an answer”.

    Sentencing him, he added: “The fact you were drunk and that (the victim) was drunk does not provide you with any excuse, albeit it may explain your behaviour in part.”

    Funny, being drunk seems to provide an excuse for women to claim rape with regular monotony…

    “I accept you are now very sorry for what you did and you are a naive uneducated gentleman. Nevertheless, you knew what you were doing was wrong and you must be punished.””

    Can’t be that naive and uneducated if he managed to get from the Sudan to the UK…

  5. I’m surprised his lawyer isn’t being struck off for the hate crime of calling the UK more civilized than Sudan.

  6. Newcastle seems generally quite low rise to me when I pass through on my way south. About time a few taller buildings were put up to accommodate the dispensers of sharia justice for gents of these persuasion when our RoP takeover is completed

  7. I’m surprised his lawyer isn’t being struck off for the hate crime of calling the UK more civilized than Sudan.

    Nothing to be surprised about. It’s common knowledge that the UK’s grooming gangs are far more refined than those in Sudan.

  8. “”He lacked the kind of life experiences we know about in our more civilised community.”” They said of the Geordie victim.

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