Woman in court for racism after calling police officer a ‘sheep shagger’
Police were called to a disturbance between carnival stall holders at Neath Sports Centre, in South Wales, on July 11. When they arrived, they found a drunk Jodie Taylor, 22, outside the caravans ‘shouting and screaming’.
The police officer tried to arrest Taylor when she flew into a rage and sunk her teeth into the Pc’s arm – leaving a one-inch wound. Prosecuting Ian Ibrahim said police tried to calm the situation but Taylor began ‘shouting and screaming’, telling them she would ‘walk back to England’. Taylor, of Lyndhurst, Hampshire, pleaded guilty to inflicting racially aggravated actual bodily harm.
She is currently on a community order for racially abusing police officers in Hampshire who she had referred to as ‘dirty Muslims’. Swansea Crown Court heard Taylor was making good progress on the community order. Judge Keith Thomas said he was prepared to defer passing sentence for the recent assault. Taylor will be sentenced on February 22 next year.