A VAGRANT on Wednesday appeared before Senior Magistrate Fabayo Azore for stealing mangoes from the Starters Nursery School compound.

Ricky Mohammed, 34, admitted that on October 7, 2018, at Starters Nursery School, he stole a quantity of mangoes valued $5,000.

Mohammed told the magistrate that on the day in question, it was his birthday and he was hungry.

“You shouldn’t have stolen the mangoes, but instead you should have asked the person” the magistrate replied. The magistrate reprimanded and discharged the matter against Mohammed.

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This is life for some of our young Indo-men in Guyana. It's sad that he has to steal mangoes for his birthday. If nah rum get am so, then what? Afro gets their problems and Indos get am worst. I can't remember seeing an Indo in that condition when I was living in Guyana.  

Prashad posted:

Another act of racism against an East Indian of Guyana. Where is Keffer when we need him. He should get that organization of his to help this brother out.

Stop repeating yourself and get with the program. What organization are you talking about? Nobody is not going to help him. Not even you, rass.  

Prashad posted:

Another act of racism against an East Indian of Guyana. Where is Keffer when we need him. He should get that organization of his to help this brother out.

Guyana needs drug rehab in a massive way. It also needs public service information on the understanding that housing  a junkie  is like warming a labaria in your bed. You will get bitten. These fellows have no source of rehabilitation given our lack of treatment centers and large drug culture. 

Prince posted:

This is life for some of our young Indo-men in Guyana. It's sad that he has to steal mangoes for his birthday. If nah rum get am so, then what? Afro gets their problems and Indos get am worst. I can't remember seeing an Indo in that condition when I was living in Guyana.  

He seems to be a junkie. Drugs seems to be preferred over drinking.

Prince posted:

If he was my neighbor when I was there, I woulda clap two bamboo lash pun he rass and throws him in a trench to bathe. That's how I help people like him. 

Yeah! We read about you in the Washington Post and New York Times. They said you bad no rass and you are Master Robin Hood. Congratulations!!! Keep up the good work.

Mitwah posted:
Prince posted:

This is life for some of our young Indo-men in Guyana. It's sad that he has to steal mangoes for his birthday. If nah rum get am so, then what? Afro gets their problems and Indos get am worst. I can't remember seeing an Indo in that condition when I was living in Guyana.  

He seems to be a junkie. Drugs seems to be preferred over drinking.

You would feed these guys and they would steal from you. It's the addiction that they cannot afford to support.

I feel sorry for him. The judge made the correct decision. He should go to jail if he repeats the the offence a second time. He was very lucky that the judge did not send him to jail. 

Mitwah posted:
Prince posted:

This is life for some of our young Indo-men in Guyana. It's sad that he has to steal mangoes for his birthday. If nah rum get am so, then what? Afro gets their problems and Indos get am worst. I can't remember seeing an Indo in that condition when I was living in Guyana.  

He seems to be a junkie. Drugs seems to be preferred over drinking.

The drug abuse taking a toll on the people,the nation population is too small to have the amount of abusers.Some get rich by pushing the killer and don't care what will be the fate of the abusers.

One of the recently wanted pusher ran away to Suriname,hopefully there will be an arrest.

skeldon_man posted:
Ray posted:

don't judge the brother...who knows the circumstances that got him to this point

In our days growing up, most of us have stolen a mango, guava or golden apple that was hanging over the fence. The dude was hungry.

That was the norm,no one complained.

Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Ray posted:

don't judge the brother...who knows the circumstances that got him to this point

In our days growing up, most of us have stolen a mango, guava or golden apple that was hanging over the fence. The dude was hungry.

That was the norm,no one complained.

Oh yes. Some people complained if they saw you grabbing one fruit from their tree.

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