Father mounts cinema roof protest
The cinema is near the Vue West End where hundreds of fans had massed to see the stars of Hollywood blockbuster The Day After Tomorrow which was having its European premiere
Father mounts cinema roof protest
9.45PM, Wed May 26 2004

A man has mounted a roof-top protest at the Odeon cinema in London's Leicester Square over being denied access to his daughter on her birthday.

The cinema is near the Vue West End where hundreds of fans had massed to see the stars of Hollywood blockbuster The Day After Tomorrow which was having its European premiere.

Earlier, two men from pressure group Fathers 4 Justice appeared in court following last week's flour-throwing incident at Prime Minister's Questions in the Commons.

Farmer and entrepreneur Guy Harrison, 36, admitted throwing three flour-filled condoms at Mr Blair and was fined 600.

Harrison, of Sopers Farm, Peppers Lane, Ashurst, West Sussex, was also ordered to pay costs of 55 after pleading guilty to a public order offence at London's Bow Street Magistrates' Court.

His co-defendant, Patrick Ronald Davis, 48, of Vale Avenue, Worthing, Sussex, pleaded not guilty to the same charge and was remanded on conditional bail.

 

 

 

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