Brisbane man gets charged for wearing offensive t-shirt


A couple of months ago, Alexsei Vladmir Nikola was walking down the street with his “Jesus is a Cunt” t-shirt and was spotted by police officers, who immediately took offense to the hot masturbating nun on the front. He’s been charged with public nuisance, and faces up to six months in jail if found guilty.

How exactly is wearing a t-shirt public nuisance? Well you see, old Christian ladies might get all worked up over their favorite deity getting mocked, and that just won’t do. Better to lock his ass up in jail and teach him expressing your opinions in shirt form is a serious crime, especially if it hurts the feelings of religious rubes! Keep locking up your citizens for speaking their minds, Australia; you truly are a bastion of freedom.

Comments (13)

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    Rimon

    Man, that’s my city… Bad Brisbane, bad! :(

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    Mctaffity

    Well, although I laughed heartily when I first saw this article, and I do indeed agree with the statement on its front, I wouldn’t really want my kids to see it…

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    L.Long

    Remember ‘what about the children!!!’
    It is basically porn (xtian definition)so should not be seen in public.
    Since most of them are raised with NO idea what a dick or cunt is if they see it on a T-shirt they will become a raging monster of lust!!! Actually they become a parents worse nightmare…They will look at their mom and say ‘mom what’s a cunt??’. And the sweat pops out of her forehead trying to think of a way to explain it because the mom probably doesn’t know either. So people who cause that kind stress should be put into jail.

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    Jeffrey

    I’d outlaw this shirt too if i had the chance. Of course it’s cause I think cradle of filth is a shitty band

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    Sid

    Seriously? You don’t see how that would be offensive even if you are an atheist? As a parent, I wouldn’t want my kids seeing that. The guys an idiot and being intentionally offensive even beyond the anti- religious sentiment. It demonstrates a complete absence of class or social decorum.

    Rather than mocking the religious, he makes a mockery of intelligent discourse. I thought we atheists were supposed to be the smarter ones.

    And the fact that a blogger calling himself “the good atheist” defends this moron is disappointing.

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    Sid

    P.S. You presume that he was arrested for mocking religion; how about the fact he has a naked masturbating woman on his t-shirt. You think the Brisbane police would have let him walk around with non-religious pornographic image?

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    L.Long

    Actually he should absolutely NOT be jailed because it is porn-Sid.
    Because as soon as that is said then you have the ‘by whose standard’ problem. Just remember there are a lot of fundies, ass-setic jews, and IsLames around, and using their requirements means tents on women, baggy ugly clothes on men with silly little hats and little sheets wrapped around our heads, and beards to keep modest.
    And I have NO problem with my kids or G’kids seeing the shirt. 1) their too young to really notice or care. 2) the ones who are old enough will notice and ask questions and then we will talk about it and then they wont care that much again.
    Porn at its basic is an invention of small minded and small dicked people who hate themselves.

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    Mctaffity

    Should have clarified “if I had kids…”

    Remember children grow up to be adults who will have their own opinions and standards too, and I think if you take away too much of their innocence, there is a danger you could be removing some of their options.

    I think the reason this guy was prosecuted is much more likely to be due to the imagery and language though rather than the blasphemy.

    Jail would certainly be a bit unfair.

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    Jacob Fortin

    Man, people always pull out that “think of the children” defense. That merits jail time? Fuck you morality police; I’ll wear what I want. If parents have a hard time explaining this to their kids, that doesn’t warrant taking a man’s freedom away. It’s time we stop thinking that children are somehow so fragile that the slightest image of a naked person will send them is a spiral of madness.

    I can understand the way you feel about your kids, but you need to understand that’s your brain basically playing tricks on you, making you overly defensive of their welfare. The rest of the population would like the planet back, thanks.

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    Holly

    I bet kids see equally as sexual images watching MTV and so far they haven’t been scarred from that.

    I’m ashamed to live in Brisbane.

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    Mctaffity

    Well, I think of the kids because I remember being one. Not every kid will grow up thinking the same way as their parents – something I’m counting on regarding those of my nieces and nephews currently being brought up religiously. There were certainly images and language that I was exposed to at an early age that I was not comfortable with, and I now believe that to be because I was too young to be able to put these things into perspective. I don’t think it’s right to impose certain beliefs on the young before they been able to live a little and develop their own opinions about things. That’s why I’m an Atheist.

    As far as bad language goes, for me it’s a more intimate way of communicating with my friends – I don’t swear when talking to strangers, and I wouldn’t want them to swear to me – I find it rather over-familiar(!)

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    Lisa

    There is no “right” to not be offended. Only pussies would use the government to “defend decency”.

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