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Max Clifford Willy Size Evidence Sees Trial Jury Sent Out For Laughing

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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/max-clifford-*****-size-evidence-sees-trial-jury-sent-out-by-judge-for-laughing-9200015.html

The jury in the trial of Max Clifford had to be sent out for laughing this afternoon as an alleged victim gave graphic evidence in relation to the man’s pen15 size.

The court heard how the woman, one of seven alleged victims of sexual assaults by the publicist, was advised to go and see him in 1983, when she was about 17.

Then an aspiring fashion model, she described how Mr Clifford allegedly locked the door, groped her and tried to make her perform oral sex on him.

The court has previously heard claims that his ***** is “tiny” and no more than two-and-a-half inches when erect.

The woman, who is now 48, said in her evidence today that she thought Mr Clifford was well-endowed and his pen15 was very large.

“I had only seen one before, I had never seen one in that proximity and that situation,” she said.

When Richard Horwell QC, defending, asked her about the issue, the woman remarked: “I have a small mouth. I do, my dentist has always said…”

This prompted laughter from the jury, which was sent out for a few minutes.

How very childish.

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Is it Freudian that his career involved covering embarrassing things up?

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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/max-clifford-jury-hears-publicists-*****-is-certainly-not-freakishly-small-certainly-not-enormous-as-defence-opens-9216931.html

The jury in the trial of celebrity publicist Max Clifford was today told he has a pen15 “five and a quarter inches long” as his barrister Richard Horwell QC opened the defence case, saying it had only heard one side of the story.

Mr Clifford, 70, is giving evidence for the first time during his trial against claims he indecently assaulted seven women.

Mr Horwell said witnesses had given contradictory evidence over the size of Mr Clifford's pen15, which ranged from “freakishly small” to “enormous”, but said it is in fact of an “average size”.

“His doctor has recently measured his pen15,” he told the court.

“When flaccid, it is five and a quarter inches long - certainly not freakishly small, certainly not enormous.”

"None of these four witnesses is correct," Mr Horwell said. "That's because Mr Clifford has an average-sized pen15. That will be his evidence."

Surely it's length erect is more important for the trial?

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While not being a fan of Max Clifford,

As he says, 5" is neither "freakishly small" nor "enormous".

But how appalling that he has to demean himself in defence against an uncorroborated "he says/she says" accusation that is a misdemeanour at best.

Reminds me of that scene in ken Russell's 'the devils', where Oliver reed's accuser was naming parts of his body said to be touched by the devil, whereby they could be examined to see if no blood was drawn by driving pins into them: " right testicle " ... "Left testicle".

Guilty until proven innocent. And ****ed either way.

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On checking wiki (which surprisingly has pictures, so I won't link as NSFW, unless you work in the porn industry) it says the average length flaccid is 4", which would make Max larger than the average. Though of course it depends where you define the non-tip end as starting.

It's Max Clifford's Willygate!

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While not being a fan of Max Clifford,

As he says, 5" is neither "freakishly small" nor "enormous".

But how appalling that he has to demean himself in defence against an uncorroborated "he says/she says" accusation that is a misdemeanour at best.

Reminds me of that scene in ken Russell's 'the devils', where Oliver reed's accuser was naming parts of his body said to be touched by the devil, whereby they could be examined to see if no blood was drawn by driving pins into them: " right testicle " ... "Left testicle".

Guilty until proven innocent. And ****ed either way.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2591639/Max-Clifford-tells-jury-sex-party-ringmaster-didnt-join-in.html

'I was involved in organising good honest FILTH... but that doesn't mean I had to take part': Max Clifford tells jury he was sex party ringmaster but didn't join in

PR guru describes hosting 'legendary sex parties' during the early 1960s

But he says he did not take part because he had a girlfriend at the time

Denied sleeping with Diana Ross as he denounced 'pack of lies' allegations which he says were invented for money

Clifford is charged with 11 counts of indecent assault

Some good honest filth!

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Risible that a trial concerning a serious matter descended into farcical speculation about the size of some bloke's codpiece.

Still - it's now great to be able to write PERVERT MAX CLIFFORD without fear of litigation.

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Though convicted, the discussion of the size of his wang pre-dated the jury's verdict.

Can we look forward to the press discussing the size of (alleged) victim's hooters in their coverage of future rape trials?

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PC-ism has eradicated a lot of positive racial sterotypes. remember the Robertson's 'G***y'? He was portrayed as a friendly character, and people could collect badges and small ornaments depciting him. True, he drew on some patronisng history, but the overall character was positive.

My friend, a jazz musician, collected them, especially the musician ones. My friend was Nigerian (and a great saxophonist). With the over-sensitivity regarding the portrayal of racial minorities in any media (a potential minefield, especially when some people seem to treat the opportunity to be 'offended' as a raison d'être), it is no suprise that people shy way from depicting racial nminorities at all, for fear of being unintentionally 'offensive'.

Of course, it is open season on the predominant white Anglo-saxon (particularly male) and, being part of that comfortable majority, i can't be bothered to take offence most times a generic white male is portrayed in a negative light.

Apparently 'we do not' call people with cerebal palsy 'spastics', the physically challenged 'handicappeded', people with learning difficulties 'mentally handicapped', nor blacks 'negroes' any more.

But the funny thing is, I don't recall being consulted or there being a vote on this, I am not aware of any authority that has the right to dictate what words I use, and the replacement phrases are no less (nor more) offensive, and will no doubt, in due course, be regarded as non -PC and replaced with whatever anodyne euphemism becomes current.

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PC-ism has eradicated a lot of positive racial sterotypes. remember the Robertson's 'G***y'? He was portrayed as a friendly character, and people could collect badges and small ornaments depciting him. True, he drew on some patronisng history, but the overall character was positive.

My friend, a jazz musician, collected them, especially the musician ones. My friend was Nigerian (and a great saxophonist). With the over-sensitivity regarding the portrayal of racial minorities in any media (a potential minefield, especially when some people seem to treat the opportunity to be 'offended' as a raison d'être), it is no suprise that people shy way from depicting racial nminorities at all, for fear of being unintentionally 'offensive'.

Of course, it is open season on the predominant white Anglo-saxon (particularly male) and, being part of that comfortable majority, i can't be bothered to take offence most times a generic white male is portrayed in a negative light.

Apparently 'we do not' call people with cerebal palsy 'spastics', the physically challenged 'handicappeded', people with learning difficulties 'mentally handicapped', nor blacks 'negroes' any more.

But the funny thing is, I don't recall being consulted or there being a vote on this, I am not aware of any authority that has the right to dictate what words I use, and the replacement phrases are no less (nor more) offensive, and will no doubt, in due course, be regarded as non -PC and replaced with whatever anodyne euphemism becomes current.

Chill.

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I am amazed no mention of an appeal has been made.

There was a female media person on the Welsh TV yesterday who told a story about how she met him in his offices and he asked her to go and wait for him in a toilet - so she did go where he allegedly did things to her.

When he was accused she came forward but the Police did not pursue things. I found her interview very odd and confusing as I got the impression that she was an adult when she met him. I got the impression that she was an adult and that she willingly went into a toilet cubicle and waited for him where some kind of sexual act or groping subsequently took place.

Did anyone else see this interview?

If I told any woman I know to go and wait for me in a toilet cubicle I am pretty sure they all would ask why or simply laugh. Never personally seen the attraction of performing sexual acts anywhere near toilets either.

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If I told any woman I know to go and wait for me in a toilet cubicle I am pretty sure they all would ask why or simply laugh. Never personally seen the attraction of performing sexual acts anywhere near toilets either.

Possibly only place left in the world which is truly private, even if told not to people will go in to offices uninvited, they won't do so in a toilet cubical.

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