Man living in derelict Brighton pub: ‘I want to be king of the squatters’

The Mariner Pub in East Street Brighton

The Mariner Pub in East Street Brighton

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A MAN living inside a derelict pub has said he hopes to become “king of the squatters”.

Sebastian Stone, 26, is one of a group of squatters occupying the former Mariner pub in East Street, Brighton.

He told The Argus he is taking part in an unofficial competition to be crowned Brighton and Hove’s squatting champion.

He said the contest is like “X Factor for squatters”.

He said: “I’m trying to win King of the Squatters 2014. You need to get six squats. This is my fifth.”

Explaining why he squatted, Mr Cole said: “I’m 26. I haven’t got anything. I used to live in a council flat but I messed it up. I could wait around on a council waiting list or just help myself. I’m homeless. It was raining and it made sense to stay here.

“There’s not one single victim to this. We keep it tidy and, if anything, we’ve cleaned it up. But people know we’re squatters so make things up.”

Police evicted a previous group of squatters who were occupying the pub in March. After months of work to repair the damage they left, a new group of squatters has now moved in.

Rachel Gibson-Leigh, who lives above the pub, said: “When we first saw them, we went down to speak to them and one was coming out of the basement window.

“He had a council flat and said he helped other squatters find places to live.”

Her wife, Debbie Gibson-Leigh, called the police last week when the entrance to their home was blocked by a crowd of street drinkers behaving in an intimidating manner.

She said: “I can understand that there are people who are homeless but this is not the way to go about it.

“For them to say that there aren’t victims affected by it is an insult.”

The pub was previously the Prodigal, owned by the Barracuda pub chain which went into administration in December 2012.

It was sold to Whitbread and a court order seeking repossession of the property by the owners was posted on the building at the weekend, but it had been removed yesterday.

A spokeswoman for Sussex Police said squatters were believed to have broken in on August 22. Sergeant Dave Bennett, of Brighton and Hove’s Regency policing team, said: “Local officers are aware and increased patrols are being made to reassure the community.”

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9:23am Tue 2 Sep 14

RootyRoo says...

King of P ricks is more appropriate.
King of P ricks is more appropriate. RootyRoo
  • Score: 90

9:27am Tue 2 Sep 14

Hove Ex-Pat says...

“King of the squatters”? More likely "Queen of the squatters."
"I used to live in a council flat but I messed it up." He said. How does a single person of his tender age get a council flat? And then he does not bother to look after what he's so lucky to get. No sympathy for this thing.
“King of the squatters”? More likely "Queen of the squatters." "I used to live in a council flat but I messed it up." He said. How does a single person of his tender age get a council flat? And then he does not bother to look after what he's so lucky to get. No sympathy for this thing. Hove Ex-Pat
  • Score: 108

9:37am Tue 2 Sep 14

shelleyb370 says...

could be the people who broke into and are currently residing in the brewery tap yesterday
could be the people who broke into and are currently residing in the brewery tap yesterday shelleyb370
  • Score: 20

9:44am Tue 2 Sep 14

Ambo Guy says...

I can't stand these people. This guy isn't a icing of anything, he's just another loser who thinks that the world owes him a living.

Kick them out and tell them to wait on the council list like everybody else.
I can't stand these people. This guy isn't a icing of anything, he's just another loser who thinks that the world owes him a living. Kick them out and tell them to wait on the council list like everybody else. Ambo Guy
  • Score: 85

9:44am Tue 2 Sep 14

Ambo Guy says...

* isn't a 'king' of anything.
* isn't a 'king' of anything. Ambo Guy
  • Score: 59

9:50am Tue 2 Sep 14

special brew says...

King of scums. He is proud of mess with council flat. What an idiot.
King of scums. He is proud of mess with council flat. What an idiot. special brew
  • Score: 52

9:55am Tue 2 Sep 14

s&k says...

Sebastian, eh. Not another ex Harrow pupil is he?
Sebastian, eh. Not another ex Harrow pupil is he? s&k
  • Score: 25

9:56am Tue 2 Sep 14

fixithove says...

Sebastian Stone, 26. I used to live in a council flat but I messed it up. I could wait around on a council waiting list or just help myself. I’m homeless.

Aged 26 and messed up his flat and now he is homeless. Well that’s a surprise; he doesn’t deserve any sympathy whatsoever and I bet he doesn’t work and is on benefits. How many deserving people are on the council waiting list that would have been grateful to have had a home and looked after it!!

He should be crowned “King Scum bag”
Sebastian Stone, 26. I used to live in a council flat but I messed it up. I could wait around on a council waiting list or just help myself. I’m homeless. Aged 26 and messed up his flat and now he is homeless. Well that’s a surprise; he doesn’t deserve any sympathy whatsoever and I bet he doesn’t work and is on benefits. How many deserving people are on the council waiting list that would have been grateful to have had a home and looked after it!! He should be crowned “King Scum bag” fixithove
  • Score: 50

9:57am Tue 2 Sep 14

kihurbe says...

give them and island and leave them on it
give them and island and leave them on it kihurbe
  • Score: 24

10:01am Tue 2 Sep 14

Fred'smate says...

“Local officers are aware and increased patrols are being made to reassure the community.”

A criminal act has occurred, yet the police are doing nothing.
“Local officers are aware and increased patrols are being made to reassure the community.” A criminal act has occurred, yet the police are doing nothing. Fred'smate
  • Score: -45

10:06am Tue 2 Sep 14

AlanPare says...

Well I'm the king of the squatters,
The Squatter VIP,
I'm gonna reach for the top, I'm not gonna stop,
All other squatters will worship me.
Well I'm the king of the squatters, The Squatter VIP, I'm gonna reach for the top, I'm not gonna stop, All other squatters will worship me. AlanPare
  • Score: 16

10:29am Tue 2 Sep 14

NathanAdler says...

Drug-addled, alcoholic, work shy piece of fecal scum.
Drug-addled, alcoholic, work shy piece of fecal scum. NathanAdler
  • Score: 39

10:30am Tue 2 Sep 14

Poem58 says...

Posh squatters know how to manipulate the system and how the laws apply.

There is a pub in Trafangar st that was squatted for years by a bunch of Sebastian's and Toby's that managed to maintain a presence for long enough to be awarded the official deeds by law.

Likewise the travelling encampments who undoubtedly know the next public park they will ruin at the same time that they are making monkeys out of the council and cops shackled by human rights concerns trying to evict them from their current settlement.
Posh squatters know how to manipulate the system and how the laws apply. There is a pub in Trafangar st that was squatted for years by a bunch of Sebastian's and Toby's that managed to maintain a presence for long enough to be awarded the official deeds by law. Likewise the travelling encampments who undoubtedly know the next public park they will ruin at the same time that they are making monkeys out of the council and cops shackled by human rights concerns trying to evict them from their current settlement. Poem58
  • Score: 34

10:47am Tue 2 Sep 14

Mart says...

Poor old Sebarstien. I bet his posh drop-out chums Tarquin, Cressida and Toby are all right up behind him.
Poor old Sebarstien. I bet his posh drop-out chums Tarquin, Cressida and Toby are all right up behind him. Mart
  • Score: 23

11:05am Tue 2 Sep 14

jyan says...

Well if a king smells, doesn't wash and has no morals he's right, he's a stinky rotten king.
Well if a king smells, doesn't wash and has no morals he's right, he's a stinky rotten king. jyan
  • Score: 9

11:24am Tue 2 Sep 14

Man of steel says...

I thought that the Brighton king of squatters was now residing in the House of Lords.
I thought that the Brighton king of squatters was now residing in the House of Lords. Man of steel
  • Score: 30

11:52am Tue 2 Sep 14

Nikski says...

Aw, he can always run back to mummy and daddy when things get really tough yah.
Aw, he can always run back to mummy and daddy when things get really tough yah. Nikski
  • Score: 16

12:15pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Fairfax Aches says...

I saw a chap coming out of an abandoned dwelling the other day and he looked like he needed a jolly good wash and a trip to the barbers to boot!
I saw a chap coming out of an abandoned dwelling the other day and he looked like he needed a jolly good wash and a trip to the barbers to boot! Fairfax Aches
  • Score: 2

12:23pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Man of steel says...

Why would he want to boot the barber?
Why would he want to boot the barber? Man of steel
  • Score: 9

12:50pm Tue 2 Sep 14

FatherTed11 says...

What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.
What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down. FatherTed11
  • Score: 11

1:02pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Nikski says...

FatherTed11 wrote:
What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.
Er, no, that would be arson....
[quote][p][bold]FatherTed11[/bold] wrote: What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.[/p][/quote]Er, no, that would be arson.... Nikski
  • Score: 9

1:04pm Tue 2 Sep 14

TescosEscalator says...

FatherTed11 wrote:
What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.
You want someone to murder them? Pretty sure you can get arrested for saying things like that my old son.

Lovely bit of bloodlust there.
[quote][p][bold]FatherTed11[/bold] wrote: What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.[/p][/quote]You want someone to murder them? Pretty sure you can get arrested for saying things like that my old son. Lovely bit of bloodlust there. TescosEscalator
  • Score: 8

1:07pm Tue 2 Sep 14

runnergirl says...

FatherTed11 wrote:
What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.
Watch it - that's an incitement to the crime of arson. I'm surprised the Argus hasn't removed your inflammatory (get it?) comment ...
[quote][p][bold]FatherTed11[/bold] wrote: What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.[/p][/quote]Watch it - that's an incitement to the crime of arson. I'm surprised the Argus hasn't removed your inflammatory (get it?) comment ... runnergirl
  • Score: 11

1:11pm Tue 2 Sep 14

gazzamagoo says...

"if anything, we’ve cleaned it up." I'd like to see the before and after pictures...
"if anything, we’ve cleaned it up." I'd like to see the before and after pictures... gazzamagoo
  • Score: 14

1:19pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Fred'smate says...

TescosEscalator wrote:
FatherTed11 wrote:
What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.
You want someone to murder them? Pretty sure you can get arrested for saying things like that my old son.

Lovely bit of bloodlust there.
He made no mention of killing anyone.
[quote][p][bold]TescosEscalator[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FatherTed11[/bold] wrote: What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.[/p][/quote]You want someone to murder them? Pretty sure you can get arrested for saying things like that my old son. Lovely bit of bloodlust there.[/p][/quote]He made no mention of killing anyone. Fred'smate
  • Score: -44

1:21pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Reporter1 says...

Give it 30 Years and he could be Mayor of Brighton and a Labour Lord.
Oh someone has already done that!!
Give it 30 Years and he could be Mayor of Brighton and a Labour Lord. Oh someone has already done that!! Reporter1
  • Score: 19

1:38pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Jimbobbing says...

Fred'smate wrote:
TescosEscalator wrote:
FatherTed11 wrote:
What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.
You want someone to murder them? Pretty sure you can get arrested for saying things like that my old son.

Lovely bit of bloodlust there.
He made no mention of killing anyone.
apart from all the people living in the flats above the pub presumably?
what baffles me is if there were squatters before who were chucked out and now a new lot, what the heck has the management company for the building been doing? If i was in one of the flats id want to know what my management money was going on cos it hasn't gone on keeping out vermin has it? and all of this must be costing police time and money. if these empty buildings were properly secured like the starbucks is by market street then sebby and his posh twerps wouldnt get in. or is that too expensive?
[quote][p][bold]Fred'smate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TescosEscalator[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FatherTed11[/bold] wrote: What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.[/p][/quote]You want someone to murder them? Pretty sure you can get arrested for saying things like that my old son. Lovely bit of bloodlust there.[/p][/quote]He made no mention of killing anyone.[/p][/quote]apart from all the people living in the flats above the pub presumably? what baffles me is if there were squatters before who were chucked out and now a new lot, what the heck has the management company for the building been doing? If i was in one of the flats id want to know what my management money was going on cos it hasn't gone on keeping out vermin has it? and all of this must be costing police time and money. if these empty buildings were properly secured like the starbucks is by market street then sebby and his posh twerps wouldnt get in. or is that too expensive? Jimbobbing
  • Score: 13

2:06pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Old Nick Brother says...

Thats right my man of steel. that peer is often refered to by his fellow peers as Lord Swampy of Squatsville, although his tittle could be up for grabs, at the right price.
Thats right my man of steel. that peer is often refered to by his fellow peers as Lord Swampy of Squatsville, although his tittle could be up for grabs, at the right price. Old Nick Brother
  • Score: 10

2:52pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

I have a bowl of All Bran with Prunes for breakfast, A Kebab for lunch and a Madras with Aloo Gobi, Sag Poneer and Sag Allo every night, I think I can claim that title.
I have a bowl of All Bran with Prunes for breakfast, A Kebab for lunch and a Madras with Aloo Gobi, Sag Poneer and Sag Allo every night, I think I can claim that title. Valentinian
  • Score: -49

3:10pm Tue 2 Sep 14

G Wiley says...

Is this the same Sebastian that broke into Choccywoccydoodahin in Duke Street and had a party and trashed the place?

Surely a case to arrest him with the charge of criminal damage?

What a wonderful person - I am sure his parents are very proud of how they brought him up; and what he has turned into.
Is this the same Sebastian that broke into Choccywoccydoodahin in Duke Street and had a party and trashed the place? Surely a case to arrest him with the charge of criminal damage? What a wonderful person - I am sure his parents are very proud of how they brought him up; and what he has turned into. G Wiley
  • Score: 27

3:20pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Fred'smate says...

"apart from all the people living in the flats above the pub presumably? "

He didn't mention them, either.
"apart from all the people living in the flats above the pub presumably? " He didn't mention them, either. Fred'smate
  • Score: -3

3:20pm Tue 2 Sep 14

special brew says...

Give him job. It will be the Toughest punishment for him.
Give him job. It will be the Toughest punishment for him. special brew
  • Score: 11

3:27pm Tue 2 Sep 14

special brew says...

A job, sorry.
A job, sorry. special brew
  • Score: 6

3:45pm Tue 2 Sep 14

sussexram40 says...

If the man knows the laws re: squatting and operates within them, then people who complain are just smelling of sour grapes. and jealousy. Presumably no criminal offence has been committed here or this man would have been arrested?
If the man knows the laws re: squatting and operates within them, then people who complain are just smelling of sour grapes. and jealousy. Presumably no criminal offence has been committed here or this man would have been arrested? sussexram40
  • Score: -17

3:50pm Tue 2 Sep 14

ThinkBrighton says...

Nikski wrote:
FatherTed11 wrote:
What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.
Er, no, that would be arson....
arson? isn't that what he does with his room mate.
[quote][p][bold]Nikski[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FatherTed11[/bold] wrote: What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.[/p][/quote]Er, no, that would be arson....[/p][/quote]arson? isn't that what he does with his room mate. ThinkBrighton
  • Score: -1

3:53pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Mr Farkenbus says...

Squatter and the Ant - Derek & Clive
Squatter and the Ant - Derek & Clive Mr Farkenbus
  • Score: 10

4:13pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Nikski says...

Oh Sebastian darling please come home we're so worried about you mixing with those rough homeless types.....all that money getting you the best education! Can't we buy you s little pied-a-terre somewhere?
Oh Sebastian darling please come home we're so worried about you mixing with those rough homeless types.....all that money getting you the best education! Can't we buy you s little pied-a-terre somewhere? Nikski
  • Score: 2

8:54pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Jimbobbing says...

Firstly the homophobia in these comments is appalling. Shame on the Argus for allowing their publication.

Secondly Sebby may well be 'within the law' but he is living in a building that has been broken into and he's causing pain and distress to those who live above him and do in fact pay their taxes.

The police won't/can't act because these criminals - and that's what they are for braking and entering private property - have all the rights. The poor people like Rachel just have to accept that they are paying to let the authorities subsidise Sebbys existence. That's good - just in case the trust fund runs out. How did this country get to this state ? Law abiding taxpayers with no rights, criminal morons supported and defended by the police
Firstly the homophobia in these comments is appalling. Shame on the Argus for allowing their publication. Secondly Sebby may well be 'within the law' but he is living in a building that has been broken into and he's causing pain and distress to those who live above him and do in fact pay their taxes. The police won't/can't act because these criminals - and that's what they are for braking and entering private property - have all the rights. The poor people like Rachel just have to accept that they are paying to let the authorities subsidise Sebbys existence. That's good - just in case the trust fund runs out. How did this country get to this state ? Law abiding taxpayers with no rights, criminal morons supported and defended by the police Jimbobbing
  • Score: 0

9:15pm Tue 2 Sep 14

NickBrt says...

Why hasn't the green mp been down to check they have everything they need? We must be told.
Why hasn't the green mp been down to check they have everything they need? We must be told. NickBrt
  • Score: 1

9:47pm Tue 2 Sep 14

subsub says...

If the owners or other tenants want him out, I have a few mates who can help,just let me know.
If the owners or other tenants want him out, I have a few mates who can help,just let me know. subsub
  • Score: 8

10:27pm Tue 2 Sep 14

getThisCoalitionOut says...

Jimbobbing wrote:
Fred'smate wrote:
TescosEscalator wrote:
FatherTed11 wrote:
What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.
You want someone to murder them? Pretty sure you can get arrested for saying things like that my old son.

Lovely bit of bloodlust there.
He made no mention of killing anyone.
apart from all the people living in the flats above the pub presumably?
what baffles me is if there were squatters before who were chucked out and now a new lot, what the heck has the management company for the building been doing? If i was in one of the flats id want to know what my management money was going on cos it hasn't gone on keeping out vermin has it? and all of this must be costing police time and money. if these empty buildings were properly secured like the starbucks is by market street then sebby and his posh twerps wouldnt get in. or is that too expensive?
To get the proper covers that stop squatting scum from getting in costs £thousands.

The police should be arresting them for breaking in as it's obvious that is what they have done.

Time and time again the police leave them and say it's a civil matter and people have to spend a lot of time and money going through the courts to try and evict them. Then you get judges/magistrates who actually help them and give them more time before evicting them.

These types are everything that is wrong with todays society. They don't work, they are drug taking, drinking, lazy, filthy useless anus holes and need dragging out and put in a labour camp where they are forced to work 12 hour days to obtain one meal a day. That would sort them out.
[quote][p][bold]Jimbobbing[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred'smate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TescosEscalator[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FatherTed11[/bold] wrote: What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.[/p][/quote]You want someone to murder them? Pretty sure you can get arrested for saying things like that my old son. Lovely bit of bloodlust there.[/p][/quote]He made no mention of killing anyone.[/p][/quote]apart from all the people living in the flats above the pub presumably? what baffles me is if there were squatters before who were chucked out and now a new lot, what the heck has the management company for the building been doing? If i was in one of the flats id want to know what my management money was going on cos it hasn't gone on keeping out vermin has it? and all of this must be costing police time and money. if these empty buildings were properly secured like the starbucks is by market street then sebby and his posh twerps wouldnt get in. or is that too expensive?[/p][/quote]To get the proper covers that stop squatting scum from getting in costs £thousands. The police should be arresting them for breaking in as it's obvious that is what they have done. Time and time again the police leave them and say it's a civil matter and people have to spend a lot of time and money going through the courts to try and evict them. Then you get judges/magistrates who actually help them and give them more time before evicting them. These types are everything that is wrong with todays society. They don't work, they are drug taking, drinking, lazy, filthy useless anus holes and need dragging out and put in a labour camp where they are forced to work 12 hour days to obtain one meal a day. That would sort them out. getThisCoalitionOut
  • Score: 4

12:31am Wed 3 Sep 14

Nellie's Grandson says...

Jimbobbing wrote:
Firstly the homophobia in these comments is appalling. Shame on the Argus for allowing their publication.

Secondly Sebby may well be 'within the law' but he is living in a building that has been broken into and he's causing pain and distress to those who live above him and do in fact pay their taxes.

The police won't/can't act because these criminals - and that's what they are for braking and entering private property - have all the rights. The poor people like Rachel just have to accept that they are paying to let the authorities subsidise Sebbys existence. That's good - just in case the trust fund runs out. How did this country get to this state ? Law abiding taxpayers with no rights, criminal morons supported and defended by the police
Spot on. There are many who just cannot resist any opportunity for a homophobic quote, where does it say that Sebastian is gay? If he was what has that got to do with anybody? What relevance has it to his anti social behaviour, the distress he is causing to the individuals with a right to live in the building. Answer it does not and none to the rest. I hope he is turfed out soon for the benefit f those who live above, he needs to get a job, there are many available and sort himself out so that he is no longer a nuisance to society. As do several of the contributors to this strand, who proliferate their vile narrow minded homophobic rants at every opportunity.
[quote][p][bold]Jimbobbing[/bold] wrote: Firstly the homophobia in these comments is appalling. Shame on the Argus for allowing their publication. Secondly Sebby may well be 'within the law' but he is living in a building that has been broken into and he's causing pain and distress to those who live above him and do in fact pay their taxes. The police won't/can't act because these criminals - and that's what they are for braking and entering private property - have all the rights. The poor people like Rachel just have to accept that they are paying to let the authorities subsidise Sebbys existence. That's good - just in case the trust fund runs out. How did this country get to this state ? Law abiding taxpayers with no rights, criminal morons supported and defended by the police[/p][/quote]Spot on. There are many who just cannot resist any opportunity for a homophobic quote, where does it say that Sebastian is gay? If he was what has that got to do with anybody? What relevance has it to his anti social behaviour, the distress he is causing to the individuals with a right to live in the building. Answer it does not and none to the rest. I hope he is turfed out soon for the benefit f those who live above, he needs to get a job, there are many available and sort himself out so that he is no longer a nuisance to society. As do several of the contributors to this strand, who proliferate their vile narrow minded homophobic rants at every opportunity. Nellie's Grandson
  • Score: 4

8:23am Wed 3 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

Ambo Guy wrote:
* isn't a 'king' of anything.
Stop thumbing yourself up you look like a 'king idiot.
[quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: * isn't a 'king' of anything.[/p][/quote]Stop thumbing yourself up you look like a 'king idiot. Valentinian
  • Score: 0

8:25am Wed 3 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

special brew wrote:
A job, sorry.
English...your second language?
[quote][p][bold]special brew[/bold] wrote: A job, sorry.[/p][/quote]English...your second language? Valentinian
  • Score: -6

8:29am Wed 3 Sep 14

Valentinian says...

It doesn't matter if he is a homosexualist, a cyclist or even an unemployed version of both, Sebastian, as a squatter, is a despicable parasite and drain on the resources and community in general as of course are the others.
It doesn't matter if he is a homosexualist, a cyclist or even an unemployed version of both, Sebastian, as a squatter, is a despicable parasite and drain on the resources and community in general as of course are the others. Valentinian
  • Score: -4

9:21am Wed 3 Sep 14

Made In Sussex says...

sussexram40 wrote:
If the man knows the laws re: squatting and operates within them, then people who complain are just smelling of sour grapes. and jealousy. Presumably no criminal offence has been committed here or this man would have been arrested?
Yes of course because all of our existing laws are just, right and deliver appropriate levels of justice to victim don't they?!! Being Jealous of the squatter does not even come into it as I am proud to work hard for what I have without helping myself to things that doesn't belong to me. I just feel bad for the other people in the building his actions have affected as well as the money wasted that could have been directed at people who are really in need..
[quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: If the man knows the laws re: squatting and operates within them, then people who complain are just smelling of sour grapes. and jealousy. Presumably no criminal offence has been committed here or this man would have been arrested?[/p][/quote]Yes of course because all of our existing laws are just, right and deliver appropriate levels of justice to victim don't they?!! Being Jealous of the squatter does not even come into it as I am proud to work hard for what I have without helping myself to things that doesn't belong to me. I just feel bad for the other people in the building his actions have affected as well as the money wasted that could have been directed at people who are really in need.. Made In Sussex
  • Score: 0

2:35pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Hotbeans says...

It's more the Jeremy Kyle guest of squatters, let's face it.
It's more the Jeremy Kyle guest of squatters, let's face it. Hotbeans
  • Score: 1

2:39pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Hotbeans says...

Mind you to be devils advocate, being a compliant, frightened, materialistic, daily mail/evening argus-reading, x-factor loving, wage-slave sheep, isn't anything to be proud of either.
Mind you to be devils advocate, being a compliant, frightened, materialistic, daily mail/evening argus-reading, x-factor loving, wage-slave sheep, isn't anything to be proud of either. Hotbeans
  • Score: 6

3:50am Thu 4 Sep 14

Sebastian Stone says...

getThisCoalitionOut wrote:
Jimbobbing wrote:
Fred'smate wrote:
TescosEscalator wrote:
FatherTed11 wrote:
What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.
You want someone to murder them? Pretty sure you can get arrested for saying things like that my old son.

Lovely bit of bloodlust there.
He made no mention of killing anyone.
apart from all the people living in the flats above the pub presumably?
what baffles me is if there were squatters before who were chucked out and now a new lot, what the heck has the management company for the building been doing? If i was in one of the flats id want to know what my management money was going on cos it hasn't gone on keeping out vermin has it? and all of this must be costing police time and money. if these empty buildings were properly secured like the starbucks is by market street then sebby and his posh twerps wouldnt get in. or is that too expensive?
To get the proper covers that stop squatting scum from getting in costs £thousands.

The police should be arresting them for breaking in as it's obvious that is what they have done.

Time and time again the police leave them and say it's a civil matter and people have to spend a lot of time and money going through the courts to try and evict them. Then you get judges/magistrates who actually help them and give them more time before evicting them.

These types are everything that is wrong with todays society. They don't work, they are drug taking, drinking, lazy, filthy useless anus holes and need dragging out and put in a labour camp where they are forced to work 12 hour days to obtain one meal a day. That would sort them out.
hello adolf thought you left the building?
[quote][p][bold]getThisCoalitionOut[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jimbobbing[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fred'smate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TescosEscalator[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FatherTed11[/bold] wrote: What a little fcukwit. Someone should burn the place down.[/p][/quote]You want someone to murder them? Pretty sure you can get arrested for saying things like that my old son. Lovely bit of bloodlust there.[/p][/quote]He made no mention of killing anyone.[/p][/quote]apart from all the people living in the flats above the pub presumably? what baffles me is if there were squatters before who were chucked out and now a new lot, what the heck has the management company for the building been doing? If i was in one of the flats id want to know what my management money was going on cos it hasn't gone on keeping out vermin has it? and all of this must be costing police time and money. if these empty buildings were properly secured like the starbucks is by market street then sebby and his posh twerps wouldnt get in. or is that too expensive?[/p][/quote]To get the proper covers that stop squatting scum from getting in costs £thousands. The police should be arresting them for breaking in as it's obvious that is what they have done. Time and time again the police leave them and say it's a civil matter and people have to spend a lot of time and money going through the courts to try and evict them. Then you get judges/magistrates who actually help them and give them more time before evicting them. These types are everything that is wrong with todays society. They don't work, they are drug taking, drinking, lazy, filthy useless anus holes and need dragging out and put in a labour camp where they are forced to work 12 hour days to obtain one meal a day. That would sort them out.[/p][/quote]hello adolf thought you left the building? Sebastian Stone
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