A 31-year-old man from Tilburg has been fined €170 for insulting behaviour after wearing a t-shirt combining the word ‘corrupt’ with the police logo, the Telegraaf reports.
The man told the court the t-shirt was meant to be a joke but the magistrate said it was deliberately insulting. He is to appeal.
In recent years people have been fined for waving a middle finger (the Dutch equivalent to the two-fingered V-sign) at a police officer and calling a police man ‘homo’.
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