AN father-of-three who posted a “horrible” video on Facebook racially abuses Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka after Euro 2020 final received a suspended sentence.
Plasterer Bradford Pretty, 50, started on a drunken diatribe against the three England players after the loss on penalty kicks to Italy in July.
the clip – die contains him using two racists terms to describe the three young men – was uploaded to social media and attracted remarks.
Pretty appeared at Folkestone Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday where he admitted to sending a message that was rude offensive of of an indecent, obscene of menacing character.
He was sentenced to 50 days in prison, suspended for 12 months, and ordered at complete 200 hours of unpaid work.
Play the video for the court, District Attorney Julie Farbrace said: “It is shows he talks over the game… in especially talking over England players who had missed penalty at the final.
“Related met the case were there… people who commented on the video, people who were angry over the word he used in there.”
A drunk Pretty can be heard in the video die says, “Where do I go? start? where should i start?
“So upset like all of us.
“Well deflated, big pride of the boys, big proud, but anyone and everyone die know me well, will understand where I put it over have.”
He goes on to refer to Rashford, Sancho and Saka missing sentences and uses two racist terms refer to it.
When challenged in the comments section of the video, Pretty apologized to anyone that was insulted but scolded against “political correctness”.
He added: “I stand up and say what I said for the weak…
“England to I die.”
His attorney Richard Graham acknowledged the video was “horrible” and said it was a “moment” of drunken madness”.
He said Pretty “15 of drank 16” cans of beer on day of the final and was “obviously heavily intoxicated” in the video.
Mr Graham asked his client to give credit for his early culprit plea.
Chair of the bench Chris Mackenny told Pretty his insult is “obvious” passes the guardianship threshold” but suspended the sentence of 50 days in prison for 12 months.
Very, of Folkestone in Kent, was told complete 200 hours of unpaid work and must also prosecution costs and a court fee of in pay a total of £213.
England lost met 3-2 on penalty kicks to Italy after a 1-1 draw at Wembley in the final on July 11 this year. Rashford, Sancho and Saka all missed from the spot for England in the decisive shooting.
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