When someone whispered, via email, who the celebrity seeking name suppression after his arrest for disorderly behaviour was I recognised the name but couldn’t place it.
I’m in good company. The judge who heard an application for continued suppression said he didn’t know who the bloke was either.
Had the accused fronted up and apologised it would all have blown over by now.
Instead of which he’s become famous for not being well known, ensured his case gets on-
gong going publicity and given further impetus to the need for changes to the law on name suppression.