To be fair she was pissed off her head when she said all that. A secretary who hurled racist abuse at fellow passengers on a Tube train while drunk had brought shame to Britain, a judge said yesterday. Jacqueline Woodhouse, 42, was jailed for 21 weeks for her foul-mouthed tirade. She snarled at shocked commuters seated beside her: ‘I used to live in England and now I live in the United Nations.’
Woodhouse’s champagne-fuelled rant was recorded by a passenger, who posted the seven-minute clip on YouTube where it caused a sensation. At Westminster Magistrates’ Court, the judge also gave Woodhouse an anti-social behaviour order banning her from travelling on the Underground or the Docklands Light Railway while drunk for five years after it emerged that she had been fined for a similar rant on the DLR in 2008.
District Judge Michael Snow said of the video clip capturing her latest outburst: ‘Anyone viewing that would feel a deep sense of shame that our fellow citizens could be subject to such behaviour.’
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