When A Prank Goes Wrong
Posted on 8th January 2021 at 12:27
A teenager was recently awarded £1,000 by celebrity TV judge Judge Robert Rinder.
Gregor Bowman, 19, took his cousin George Storrie to Court on the reality TV show after Storrie superglued a takeaway pizza box to his cousin's head and a mutual friend filmed the incident, later posting the video online.
Speaking on the ITV show, Storrie admitted: 'I ate the contents of the munchie box and then I glued it to his head.'
The victim of the prank, Bowman, explained: 'My girlfriend Chloe had to rip it off my head and it left a bald patch. Kyle [Burns] then put it on Facebook.'
Judge Rinder branded Storrie a 'moron' and awarded Gregor Bowman £1,000 in damages. Judge Rinder said that Bowman had suffered personal injury and 'reputational damage'.
Storrie, however, was unremorseful following the verdict, saying: 'I'm not happy with the outcome. He got let off lightly because the plan was to superglue his finger to the dog's arse but I ended up feeling sorry for the dog. The next time he falls asleep it will be a lot worse.'
We think that this won't be the last we hear of Gregor Bowman and George Storrie!
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