Friday, November 26, 2010


Farndon Close, Northampton (SafeCITY) - Peter Trigger, a 60-year-old man banned from wearing skirts at certain times of the day, broke his A.S.B.O. (Anti-Social Behavior Order) by wearing his skirt and then deliberately bending over in front of his neighbors.

Trigger is now appearing before Magistrates' Court, accused of violating an A.S.B.O. that was set in place when he insisted on repeatedly annoying his neighbors by bending over in front of them while wearing a school girl skirt.

Trigger was banned from wearing the skirt or showing bare legs on a school day between 8.30am and 10am and 2.45pm and 4pm.

He was given an anti-social behavior order in December 2008 which also forbids him from behaving in a manner which causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to others.

Authorities say Trigger ignored his ASBO and upset his neighbors again by deliberately bending over in front of them early in the morning hours recently.

He walked towards his neighbors van wearing a school girl skirt and bent over, appearing to be doing something with his laces. He repeatedly bent over and continued until the neighbors drove off.

Trigger previously faced three charges of breaching the order but two have since been discontinued.

The order runs until December 2013.

1 comment:

  1. The media shows great bias against social changes in all generations of this country. Proof of this is all across the newspaper archives. Wearing a skirt by a man cannot be criminalized. There's more to this story than is being reported. However, it is strategically worded so as to insinuate the man's offense is in wearing a skirt. No, the offense is merely the indecent exposure. If you did some research, very likely an activity alien to your confirmation bias, you'd find many ethnic Scots wear kilts without underwear. This too could lead to indecent exposure charges. In 1943 Chicago police arrested Evelyn Bross for wearing pants in public ("clothing not belonging to her sex") judge Jacob Braude ordered her to see a psychiatrist for 6 months. Then the FEDS pressured the box-of-rocks dumb Chicago city council to scrap the ordinance, because winning the war was deemed more important than parroting psychiatric mythology about sex typing garments. She was a war factory employee, and women were under pressure to wear skirts to work, change into pants on arrival, and change back into dresses on leaving, because the public frowned on women "dressing like men." No, skirts and pants are only activity differences, and pants were made for riding a horse. Weird Crime sure does its part to boost social mythology. Rome tossed men in pants out in AD 393 as political subversives. Get a life and stop insinuating a man in a skirt is necessarily criminal or deviant. While you're at it, go watch "Ben Hur." How many men in pants do you SEE?