Jen Tile: Straight out of Norwood

Jen Tile: Straight out of Norwood

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News emerged this week that Mandoza had another car accident. In 2005 he was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving; in 2008 he was involved in an incident in which two people were killed; and over the weekend a tree in Weltevredenpark jumped out in front of him.

I don’t know about you, but I am a little nervous to drive knowing that this moron is still behind the wheel of a car and out on the roads. I am even more peeved at the fact that all this will be swept under the rug because he is a celebrity (a term I would use loosely to describe him).

Why is it that famous people seem to have a different set of laws? If you or I were caught a little inebriated behind the wheel we would have to do the same thing to get ourselves out of this mess – offer a bribe. It seems as though celebs can drive over people, while drunk and talking on a cellphone in full view of witnesses and all they get is a slap on the wrists.

I think we need new types of punishment for these law-breakers. If they are not going to be sent to prison then they should at least suffer some form of consequence.

Mandoza should be strapped in a chair and be forced to listen to that damn irritating “Baby chocolates” song they feature in that awful cellphone music download commercial. Charlie Sheen, who is up on an assault charge for mistaking his wife for a punching bag, should be put in a ring with Mike Tyson for a few rounds.

The punishment should fit the crime. If a celeb is up for a serious offence then they should be forced to do something drastic – like spend a full day watching infomercials for miracle carpet cleaners.

What do you think? Do you think celebrities get away with breaking the law too often? Tell us

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