A man who murdered a Catholic priest in Turkey has had his sentence reduced from life to 15 years after saying it was ‘Gay panic, m’lud. Apples and pears, apples and pears.’
Gay panic – which isn’t even a boy band – can be used in some retarded countries to get a less stiff sentence.
Murat Alton – we tried to find a picture but there are, like, a million Murat Altons and time waits for no gay – stabbed Bishop Luigi Padovese to death after the latter suggested they start a homosexual affair, which is our favourite kind of affair.
At least he bloody asked.
Instead of saying, ‘No thanks, strictly flange over here, dear,’ Murat – who was employed by Luigi as his Rosario – decided to stab him to death.
‘I killed him because there was a reason. Why should I have killed him otherwise?’ asked Rosario, serious as a heart attack.
It is not known whether Turkey also has ‘black panic’, ‘Jew panic’ or ‘cunt panic’ in its legal constitution.
Don’t really know what a legal constitution is either but it sounded right at the time.
Ever heard of the word 'no'?,