Grafitti protest at the High Court


A defendant who sprayed: ‘If you don’t pay we will kill you’ on the front of the High Court was banned from going to the building for a year. Puya Nasresfahani, 31, blamed lawyers and judges for his legal problems and also wrote ‘Whoever pays will be happy’ on front of the historic building in the Strand, central London. He said he had to choose between spraying the graffiti, which caused £2,251.20 worth of damage, or ‘grab one of them…

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