We blogged a few weeks ago about boy racers being arrested after doing burnouts outside and into Akatarawa Cemetery in the Hutt Valley.
There was a sequel in, and outside Court today; the Dom-Post reports:
A boy racer accused of doing burnouts during a funeral procession at Akatarawa cemetery has charged and kicked news media outside court.Caigan Luke Hayes, 21, a glazier, of Birchville, Upper Hutt, charged at a Dominion Post photographer, before running at and kicking a TV3 cameraman who was filming him leaving Lower Hutt District Court today.Neither sustained significant injuries.There were several witnesses to the incident, including Hayes' co-accused Jake Bevan Tyrrell, 18 and Glenn Taylor, 21, who are charged with driving dangerously on Akatarawa Rd on March 12, and driving in a way that caused "sustained loss of traction".
Charming stuff; then again, read on at what else this fine, upstanding citizen is alleged to have done, and this behaviour might come as no surprise:
Hayes was also charged with unlawfully having two boxes of ammunition, growing cannabis, possessing cannabis, receiving a stolen Nissan Skyline and stealing another Skyline.
In the meantime, Mr Hayes could do worse than check out an anger management class, given that the video accompanying the story above suggests that he might be a very angry young man indeed.