A MAN pleaded to be sent to jail at Croydon Magistrates' Court today - but launched into a tirade of expletives when the judge said his crime wasn't serious enough.
Toby Sawyer, 42, pleaded guilty to threatening to smash a window at his sister's house in Wallington last October, but asked district judge Richard Inyundo to send him to jail because his benefits had been cut.
When judge Inyundo gave Sawyer a conditional discharge and ordered him to pay £85 costs, Sawyer, of Larkspur Close, Wallington shouted "I will not pay it" to the court.
He shouted: "I don't give a flying f*** about all your orders, why won't you just send me to jail? You think I'm paying f****** anything you jokers?"
He was allowed to leave the court, but continued to shout expletives as he left, saying he wouldn't pay the fines so he would be sent to prison.