‘Loader man’ claims he was off duty

News post November 4, 2015

KINGSTON, Jamaica — An off-duty “loader man” was fined $100 or 10 days when he appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court on Monday.?Junior Sinclair pleaded guilty with explanation to breaching the Main Road Act.

“Dah day deh when dem hold mi, mi neva did a load. Dem hold mi pon a Tuesday and mi nuh work pon Tuesday. Dem hold mi pon di stand,” he said.

“”How long before the police hold you, you put someone in the car?” Senior Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey asked.

“Way down inna di mawning,” Sinclair replied.

Reports are that a police officer observed him for approximately 20 minutes saying: “Papine, Liguanea — hey driver boy, meek sure yup have mi money when me done load”.

Sinclair was subsequently fined $100 or 10 days.

?”If you come back, I am going to confine you,” Pusey said.

 

Published By: The Observer

 

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