“At first I thought someone had spilt their drink on me, then I realised it was warm.
I looked up and saw this guy looking at me, doing up his fly and I realised he had urinated on me. I was in shock.”“He just smirked and shrugged his shoulders like it was no big deal.
It was weird, it was as though it was kind of like a bit of a minor inconvenience, as though it was normalised or something.
People thought it was bad, but they kept watching the gig.”
Lawyers for Mr. Morrison today told the court that the police prosecution’s case was “weak,” and was “not going to get any better,” due to the reliance on CCTV footage.
“It just seems he’s taken no responsibility and has absolutely no respect for women. I and other girls should be able to go out at night and not be worried that some guy’s going to whip his penis out and urinate on us.”
Spiderbait condemned the incident shortly after the story first broke in an impassioned Facebook post, stating they were “dumbfounded.”