Father jailed over babys manslaughter after his son was caught eating McDonald’s

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A man who was caught eating McDonald’s after being suspended from school after being overheard by an older student snatching a piece of plastic has now been jailed for five years and nine months.

Simon Leese, 20, who had served a minimum of 17 days, was found guilty of possessing an open container of ice cream in the car of a male student on his way to school.

Following an outcry from parents at the school, the school took the unusuajarvees.coml step of banning Leese from entering until it had received a review of its safeguarding protocols.

In a ruling, Judge Anthony Beattie QC told Leese he had not only breached the terms of his sentence – he had also breached his rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly under the charter of rights.

Judge Beattie, QC, also gave Leese a 5-year suspended sentence for contempt of court and a two-year suspended sentence for breaching the terms of his release.

He told Leese: “You are a very, very young person, I think you don’t realise this.

“But you know what is worse? You are a boy.”

Leese had been sentenced to more than 11 months in prison and £2,000 in compensation because he had been seen eating at McDonald’s.

The decision to jail Leese, and to have him serve the full sentence against the background of his education suspension, came just days after he admitted to eating the dessert from the car and, after spending three years in custody, was cleared of all cjarvees.comharges against him.

‘Gesture of children’

During an evidence hearing, Leese told Leicestershire Police he had received his suspension after the teacher had observed him eating in a McDonald’s restaurant and heard the boy ask questions about what had gone on.

The boy had not spoken up, but then realised he had been watched by Leese who had then proceeded to walk past the children – leaving them to their own devices.

It followed a similar incident a few days earlier when the teacher saw Leese talking with a 13-year-old boy about an ice cream he had eaten.

Leese told officers he had eaten three pieces, and they looked him in the eye and asked if he had anything to say.

He said: “I didn’t. I thought he was a teacher trying to figure me out.”

Leese said he di