Judge Browne adjourned the case for the preparation of pre-sentence reports. Laing was released on bail until the next hearing on 26 November. caught up in a culture of drink- ing far too much and as a result this is what has occurred. He added that Laings grand- parents had fought in the war. is 12 Wednesday, 4 November 2009 London Lite court outrage over drunken indecency at war memorial PCmaybesackedovergratuitousattackonMuslim by georgina littlejohn Inbrief actor dyer has two cars stolen ACTOR Danny Dyer has had two cars stolen. The 32-year-old found his Porsche Cayenne and Mercedes A-Class missing from his gated driveway in Loughton yesterday. Dyers girlfriend Joanne Mas and their daughters were asleep in the house at the time. Dyer said: Its the lowest point of my life. Forceps bungle nurse banned A bungLIng nurse who left a seven-inch pair of forceps sewn into a patients body for nine days in 2004 has been thrown out of the profession. Sau Loke, 62, said she had been too busy to write down on a checklist that the instrument was used during the operation at Ealing Hospital. 3kofgadgetsin commuter bags LOnDOnERS travelling to work now regularly take over 3,000 worth of technology with them. A study of more than 1,000 commuters found greater numbers are carrying laptops, music players and games machines together. The research by esure also found rising numbers carry two mobile phones. A MET police officer cleared of racially assaulting two teenagers could face the sack if he is found guilty under separate internal misconduct proceedings. PC Mark Jones, 42, is facing an inquiry as it emerged that he was linked to a serious, gratuitous and prolonged attack on a Muslim that cost the force 60,000 in damages. PC Jones was in a Territorial Support Group team involved in the arrest of Babar Ahmad, a British Muslim terror suspect. Only now can the officer be linked to the 2003 raid on Mr Ahmads home which left him in fear of his life after he was held in a neck brace and punched, abused and mocked for his beliefs. A High Court order was lifted after a Kingston Crown Court jury yesterday cleared PC Jones of racially aggravated common assault on two teenagers in Paddington in 2007. Cleared: but PC Jones faces new inquiry H A STUDENT was warned today he could be jailed after he was photographed drunkenly urinat- ing over a war memorial. Philip Laing, 19, pleaded guilty at Sheffield Magistrates Court to a charge of outraging public decency, after he soaked a poppy wreath following a drinking session in Sheffield city centre on 11 October. Laing, a sports technology student at Sheffied Hallam University, admitted the offence but was warned by District Judge Anthony Browne he could face a jail term. The judge said: The image of you urinating over the poppy wreath on the war memo- rial will make most turn away in disgust, shock and sadness. It has distressed and upset many. The court heard that Laing, from Macclesfield, Cheshire, had drunk a bottle of whisky on the evening. He had no recollection of the night until he was contacted by the university press office and shown the photograph, which appeared in the national press. In mitigation, Tim Hughes said his client was a young man Outrage: the photo of Philip Laing that shocked the nationShamed student is told he faces jail index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html