Dec 1, 2021 -- 8:50PM, SontaranStratagem wrote:
Am I the only one questioning what was she doing in the men's changing room? Men we are childish idiots and I bet hes done that to other lads ffsIf women cant take the idiot banter then dont go in there in my opinion As per its all the blokes fault despite the lass being in the wrong dressing room
Because even if courses actually provide single-sex facilities, the valets are all male and a woman will have to go into the male dressing room to get anything they need. I’m not sure why that means a male rider would have to open their towel in front of a woman - that seems like quite an easy thing to avoid doing
Dec 2, 2021 -- 4:43AM, elise wrote:
i'd disagree that he's done, i think part of the approach he's taken is to admit one aspect and then denied the remainder, he's gone for something that might get him a couple of weeks rather than a couple of years (which it could be if he's found guilty on some of the worse charges), which also gives the panel and the bha a get out. personally I still think he's going to get a small slap on the wrists but I can't see him losing his licence, unless they have witnesses to some of the higher charges i think he's unlikely to be found in breach, whether he did it or not
I wouldnt be so sure.
The moral hyteria going on everywhere since George Floyd is skewing even the most basic rational judgement.
The Azeem Rafiq witch hunt being the latest McCarthyieque circus
Racing might want to make a 'statement' that it wont stand for such actions - blah - blah Ad nauseam
Wouldnt surprise me if they throw the book at him.