Drunk Student Convicted Of Frying Hamster

James White 21, is Sentenced To Work in The Community After Admitting Causing Unnecessary Suffering To The Hamster.

James White leaves Selby Magistrates Court. White, 21, Fried a Hamster and has been ordered to do 120 hours of unpaid of work in the community. Thursday March 7, 2013.

James White leaves Selby Magistrates Court. White, 21, Fried a Hamster and has been ordered to do 120 hours of unpaid of work in the community. Thursday March 7, 2013.

A student who fried a hamster while drunk has been ordered to do 120 hours of unpaid work in the community.

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James White, 21, admitted causing unnecessary suffering to the female Syrian hamster after a court accepted it could not be established whether the animal was alive when it went into the pan.

District Judge Roy Anderson told White he was sentencing him on the basis the Hamster Died minutes before, when the defendant was handling it.

The hamster was found to have died from heart failure

The hamster was found to have died from heart failure

Selby Magistrates’ Court heard White had drunk so much in his flat in York he was “on the point of madness” and could not remember what happened.

The judge said “it was clear the hamster did not die from natural causes”.

James White, who is studying International Relations and Politics at York University, changed his plea to guilty on Thursday on the basis that his Rough Handling of the Hamster Killed It, before he put it in the  Frying Pan.

James White, 21, who is studying International Relations and Politics at York University

James White, Aged 21, who is Studying International Relations and Politics at York University

District Judge Anderson said: “By virtue of your treatment of this small, unfortunate Hamster you have destroyed your good character and acquired a criminal conviction”.

“It’s accepted now, that there was Rough Handling of that Hamster, but that it could not be established, that it could not be proven, that putting the Hamster, in the Frying Pan and Applying Heat, had caused the Hamster Death.

Judge Anderson continued, “Had it been proven, that Sadistic Conduct, had been established, I would be dealing with you in a far more serious way, than I am.”

White was also Banned from Keeping Animals for Eight Years and ordered to pay £1,000 costs.

Phil Brown, Prosecuting, told the Court, The Police were called to a block of flats on February 2, 2013.

When Police Officers arrived they found White extremely Drunk and there was a “Strong and Pungent Smell” and there was a “Frying Pan next to the hob with a hamster in it”.

The North Yorkshire Police

The North Yorkshire Police

According to the Phil Brown, Prosecutor, James White told the Police Officers, I FUCKING Fried It?, I Fried It.

The court heard the Hamster, which belonged to James White’s flatmate, Died from Heart Failure.

Kevin Blount, Defending, said “the Hamster’s Death was the result of “A Drunken Foolishness” and there was “No Deliberate Intent”.

Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

RSPCA Inspector Claire Mitchell said: “I don’t know why anyone would think of doing that when drunk.”

Source: Sky

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