A 16-year-old girl was sentenced to 12 months supervision after at the Swindon magistrates court, UK after police spotted her and another teen girl as they made their way along a busy parkway, stuck to one another with high strength Gorilla Glue. After speaking with the girls, and realized they needed medical help to be prised apart due to the high strength of the glue.
The girls can be named for legal reasons, as they are under 18, both were taken straight to hospital so doctors could separate them. Getting there one of them immediately began swearing at medical staff and patients.
Cops discovered that the belligerent girl apparently had a trouble with authority. Earlier that day, she had gone to the home of a different girl, aged 12, who she previously assaulted.
Gorilla Glue. Doctors had to separate the girls who were glued together
After pleading guilty to the attack at Swindon Magistrates Court, a few days later went to confront the victim about the case, She called her victim a ‘grass’ and her mother a ‘snitch’ because they had told police about what happened.
She took off after a man appeared on the scene, but she was later found wandering on the M4 stuck to a friend. It was not clear how they came to be superglued together.
The first girl was charged and pleaded guilty to four charges, which included assaulting a police officer and intimidating witnesses.
Presiding magistrate, Richard Mattick, said: ‘Witness intimidation is a serious offence, though it does on this occasion seem more like the childish shouting.
‘Also, to be on the motorway in the way you were, could have caused a serious accident. It could have led to other people, including you, being seriously injured.’
The defendant was given a supervision order for 12 months, which included a six month curfew to remain indoors at night.
She was also told to undertake 12 days of work in the community.