What a twat.

A mother was bundled into a police van by four officers after she shouted at a pedestrian who walked out in front of her car.
Dee St Phorose, 50, who had never been in trouble with police before, was handcuffed in front of her disabled son before being charged with a public order offence.
But magistrates have now thrown out the case against her because of a lack of evidence she offended anyone.
Speaking after the case, Ms St Phorose slammed the 'heavy-handed' actions of the police and is now taking her case to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
The mother-of-two, from Islington, north London, said: 'It has been six months of having to deal with the humiliation and the fear of prosecution.
'This was a complete waste of taxpayers' money and police resources to have four officers attending to a middle-aged woman.'
The incident happened on Boxing Day last year when Ms St Phorose was travelling through Shepherd's Bush, west London with her fiance Russell Shrimplin and their son Oliver, eight.
Mr Shrimplin, 51, a TV cameraman, was driving their Audi A6 when the couple say a man ignored a red light at a pedestrian crossing and stepped in front of them with a buggy.
Mr Shrimplin was forced to make an emergency stop and Oliver was thrown forward and hurt his neck.
Ms St Phorose shouted 't**t' at the man through her open window and her comments were overheard by two policemen standing nearby.
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