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Brawling and insulting behaviour were bad enough, he told them.
Taylor soon started to get into trouble with the police and in May 1905 at the age of 16 was arrested for insulting behaviour.
They could at the very least have apologised for their employee's insulting behaviour, which contributed to ruin our day, but no, nothing.
Lahert states the locals had been exasperated by insulting behaviour from Butler.
He was accused of using threatening or insulting behaviour and of assaulting a police officer.
A smug, self-assured smile, which said that he was quite sure that his insulting behaviour would be admired and welcome.
Eleven months later, in July 2011, he was convicted of having used "threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour" on the night of the incident.
'And to Tiaan, whom our Histories honour, despite your insulting behaviour.'
'After his insulting behaviour towards me?'
The ROP have been taking forward cases of reported insulting behaviour to Omani citizens.
Yatsek has to spend the night with the Bukoyemskis and eventually challenges the 'road-blockers' to a duel for their insulting behaviour.
Bans have occurred for antisocial and/or insulting behaviour, albeit very rarely and only after a more personal approach to change the offender's behavior.
The victim of the threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour must believe that violence is imminent, since the section refers to 'immediate' unlawful violence.
"Why, besides, you called me a 'torturer,' for which I can summon you at the police-station at any time for insulting behaviour."
It requires.'insulting behaviour.'
These findings of fact were given remarkably short shrift by Lord Parker C.J. who held that the conduct could not amount to insulting behaviour.
Telford, of Wheatley, Doncaster, was conditionally discharged by town magistrates after admitting threatening, abusive and insulting behaviour.
Clause 4 creates an offence of threatening or insulting behaviour which replaces the offence in Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1936.
It may seem to you that Mr Justice Bean missed the point of why insulting behaviour toward the police has traditionally been regarded as a criminal act.
Angered by what they considered insulting behaviour, the Indians seized the Tonquin and, in a brief, bloody action, killed Thorn and his crew.
Unfortunately, his girlfriend has an abnormally large nose, provoking Nan's insulting behaviour as she becomes fixated with it, even offering her some old sheets to use for tissues.
This related to an incident whilst playing for Halewood in April 2010 where he had been found guilty of improper or insulting behaviour, after swearing at the referee.
Bullying may be characterised as offensive, intimidating, malicious or insulting behaviour, an abuse or misuse of power through means intended to undermine, humiliate, denigrate or injure the recipient.