Wednesday, 3 April 2013


by Colin Bloom

Today, Carlos Tevez, the controversial Manchester City player has been found guilty of a driving offence and he has been sentenced to 250 hours community service.

For the average full time working person that is about seven weeks work.

Tevez reportedly earns £170,000 per week.

So, wouldn't it have been better to give Tevez the choice of 250 hours of Community Service or a £1.2 million fine? That £1.2 million could go to employ six people on £20,000 per year for 10 years! Those six people could be dredging canals, removing graffiti and clearing overgrown railway sidings.

Wouldn't that be better for everyone?

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