Un oeuf is not enough, says Sarkozy protest manA French waiter who threw an egg at the car carrying President Nicholas Sarkozy during his visit to Dublin this week is ready to do the same again, he told Irish media Thursday.
Michael Audron, 35, was charged Monday with "threatening, insulting and abusive Tending to deceive; practicing abuse; prone to ill-treat by coarse, insulting words or harmful acts. Using ill treatment; injurious, improper, hurtful, offensive, reproachful. behaviour," but a judge in Dublin district court threw out the indictment indictment (ĭndīt`mənt), in criminal law, formal written accusation naming specific persons and crimes. Persons suspected of crime may be rendered liable to trial by indictment, by presentment, or by information. after he agreed to pay 150 euros (240 dollars) to charity.
The unrepentant protestor, who was among 1,800 demonstrators who took to the streets during the visit over Ireland's rejection of a new EU treaty, has acknowledged he has more eggs on standby standby Medtalk adjective Referring to the immediate availability of a certain specialist–anesthesiologist, surgeon, who can be deployed in a medical emergency. Cf Concurrent. for any return visit by Sarkozy.
"I have absolutely no regrets and, if he is coming back again, I will be there with more than a dozen eggs," he told the Irish Times.
He is using eggs to pay his fine by making crepes every night this week at a street festival in Drumshanbo, County Leitrim County Leitrim (Irish: Contae Liatroma) is one of the counties of the Republic of Ireland and is part of the province of Connacht. , in the northwest of Ireland where he has lived for several years.
The egg-throwing was the only public order incident during a visit by Sarkozy who had talks with the Irish government about the country's shock 53 percent rejection of the European Union's key Lisbon Treaty last month.
France currently holds the rotating ro·tate
v. ro·tat·ed, ro·tat·ing, ro·tates
1. To turn around on an axis or center.
2. EU presidency.