THE VILE ‘Dairy Queen’ and poster boy for why it’s best NOT to eat too much Mcdonalds, who threw a milkshake over Nigel Farage, has been ordered to pay the Brexit Party leader £350 in compensation following the “politically motivated attack”.
Lefty loser Paul Crowther doused the politician with the £5.25 banana and salted caramel milkshake from burger chain Five Guys during a Newcastle city centre walkabout ahead of last month’s European elections.
He was arrested at the scene after being filmed throwing the sticky drink, and was charged by Northumbria Police.
On Tuesday, Crowther, from Newcastle, appeared at North Tyneside Magistrates Court where he pleaded guilty to common assault and criminal damage.
The married former Sky employee has been dismissed following the incident, the court was told.
And after the prosecution suggested Crowther should pay compensation to have Mr Farage’s suit cleaned, the judge ordered the 32-year-old to pay the politician £350.
James Long, prosecuting, said: “I suppose for the split second the attack took place, Mr Farage would not know whether it was a harmless liquid or something, in this day and age, far more sinister.”
The cowardly (now unemployed) troll has been widely condemned on social media, and now has the task of scraping-together the funds to pay Farage compensation, as ordered by the court.
Revenge is sweet.