Friday, 10 April 2020

Crosswinds sentenced to a year of Anger Management.

Crosswinds sentenced to a year of Anger Management.

Notorious UK troublemaker, Crosswinds has been sentenced to a year in anger management after making yet another unprovoked appearance. It is claimed that Crosswinds came on so strong on Wednesday November 23rd of this year that he caused several cars to change shape. The Crosswind defense team has retaliated by saying that the incident was blown out of all proportion.

Witnesses who contributed to the sentencing included the Northwesterly brothers.

On the witness stand, one of the brothers testified about Crosswind's character:

“He was a really sneaky guy. I could never tell where exactly he was coming from at any point in time. Also, he was quite rude. He used to just burst in on me, with no warning whatsoever. Any time I tried to hold a meaningful conversation with the guy he would completely cut me off. A terrible friend, completely unpredictable. Don’t invite him camping whatever you do. I learned that the hard way. I think that the therapy will do him the world of good. He might calm down and ease off a bit.”

The other Northwesterly brother nodded in agreement for most of this and eventually added, “We have always had a turbulent relationship. I don’t trust the guy, he is completely unpredictable. Really bad influence. He used to get high surprisingly often.”

Upon sentencing, Crosswinds took the courtroom by storm, bellowing, ‘Rawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwr.’

Let them drink Champers!
Go to work on a Smacker!

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