Cheeky graffiti artist gets taste of own medicine

Cheeky graffiti artist gets taste of own medicine

03 March 2012 By Lawyers Weekly

A Mexican judge has been fired after attempting to dish out a highly unusual punishment to a juvenile graffiti artist: spray-painting the teenager's bare bottom with the same paint he used to…

A Mexican judge has been fired after attempting to dish out a highly unusual punishment to a juvenile graffiti artist: spray-painting the teenager's bare bottom with the same paint he used to tag public property, reports the Daily Telegraph.

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The judge, Fernando Perez Hurtado, was immediately stood down by the town mayor for a period of three years for abusing his authority and attempting to humiliate the unfortunate teenager.

"The report I have is that the judge told him to drop his (trousers) and spray paint (his) buttocks," reported the mayor.

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Lawyers Weekly believes both judge and offender were left a little red-cheeked over the incident.

Cheeky graffiti artist gets taste of own medicine
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