A Yorkshire priest who caused controversy this month by preaching that shoplifting could sometimes be justified has had a bucket of pasta thrown over him by an irate parishioner….
[Jones’] comments were met with a storm of criticism from fellow clergymen, police and politicians alike. But one York local, 48-year-old Martin Stot, took matters into his own hands and threw the pasta over the priest as he left church on Sunday afternoon.
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“I was just offended by what he said,” Mr Stot told the York Press. “I just got this thing in my head where I thought I would make my own little protest.”
Not everyone is so fond of using the ends to justify the means. Jones should be glad it was pasta, and not some British culinary treasure, like blood pudding or stuffed intestines.