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Passing sentence, District Judge David Robinson said: "Having allowed yourselves to be drunk on a plane, which is an offence in itself, you then subjected two passengers who had done no more to you than draw attention to your own anti-social behaviour, to a tirade of abuse and vile insults."
Panelo said the survey results showed 'repudiation of the vociferous and unrelenting tirade of the critics of the President, as well as the opposition, that the freedoms of speech and of expression are being curtailed by the Administration.'
This is not the first time that she has gone political, earlier this year, the pop star went on a tirade against president Donal Trump.
The complainant requested the deputy director FIA Cyber Crime Wing to initiate legal action against the accused for hurting the sentiments of leaders and workers of PML-N by launching twitter tirade against Sharifs, they said.
KATIE Price has been fined hundreds of pounds for hurling a foulmouthed "tirade of abuse" at her expartner's girlfriend and banned from contacting her after a row in a school playground.
During his tirade on the Otso Diretso senatorial slate, Duterte said Diokno was nothing like his father.
Condemning tirade of Indian government against Pakistan and Kashmiris he said India may have stubbornness on its military might but we Pakistan have faith on Almighty Allah and with grace of Allah we will crush India.
We do not know what he had experienced," the boxing champion-turned-politician told radio DWIZ when pressed for comment on Duterte's recent tirade aganst the Church.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday hit back at US President Donald Trump's new tirade against Pakistan, saying instead of making the country a scapegoat for its failures, the US should do a serious assessment of why the Taliban are stronger in Pakistan than before.
A GUN smuggler's parents were barred from court for a foul-mouthed tirade after hearing their son could be jailed for life.
The author, who lives in Gullane, East Lothian, where the tournament was staged, was volunteering as a ball spotter when Poulter launched a foulmouthed tirade during his third round on Saturday.