Man goes to prison for painting the Queen
In London last week a fathers' rights activist was sentenced to six months in jail for spraying
purple paint across a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in Westminster Abbey.
The man told the court he painted the royal portrait with the word "help" to highlight what he
described as the "social catastrophe" of divorced fathers being denied access to their children.
The man, who was wearing a Superman suit, was told by the judge that he had caused "deliberate
and planned damage to a valuable item of property on public display, carried out as a publicity exercise."

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