Good point. It may have been that those who breached the peace were not willing to ask him to delete the image but to make a stink and then actually breach the peaceI'm in two minds about this story.
If it was me and I was feeling unwell. I wouldn't want some guy taking a picture of me at my worse. Where is the common sense in saying "come on mate, please delete that picture.'
But I'm sure the police could have handled the dispute much better. I don't think it should of gone to court, with the guy getting fined and in the news over it. He sound genuine.
I disagree. I can only imagine she was one of the many crettins that ruin Friday & Saturday night for 'ordinary' people (whatever the day it happened). The ones who urunate & are sick anywhere they fancy. Who come home drunk at 3.4.5 in the morning shouting at the top of there voices, waking me & many others up, the ones who think bending off someones wing mirror is fun, etc, etc. Try taking their photo's for evidence. You'll see a breach of peace as they would threaten you for sure. I would not expect to be arrested for that, I would expect them to be arrested, fat chance of that happening. No, presuming this story is correct, it shows just about everything that is wrong with our society today.It is rather sanctimonious to say that she was fair game just because she was drunk.