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Belfast History and Memories / Re: Excise Street, Grosvenor Road.
« Last post by derdrei on Today at 12:27:32 AM »
Only whats already been said,...


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Ronan Mullan...😊 I tip my hat. What a great speaker.
Abortion on demand, right up to full term.
This is what the devils are after...
Ronan exposing them for their "economical with the truth" skulduggery...😠
I disagree. Horrible speaker who made it up as he went along.
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Belfast Chat / Re: Hookers running amok in margarita plaza belfast.
« Last post by ExBuckfastdrinker on Yesterday at 11:58:52 PM »
Sex offender Scott Tootill jailed for pimping and for posing as prostitute

A convicted sex offender described as a "Walter Mitty character" who posed as a prostitute to
Antrim Crown Court heard that Scott Tootill also incited one girl to become a sex worker and arranged for men to visit escorts at a hotel in Limavady, his home town.

The 29-year-old, from Meadowvale Park, admitted three counts of controlling the prostitution of 'Toni' and 'Kelly/Cindi' for gain and inciting 'Sarah F' to become a prostitute.

He pleaded guilty to five counts of fraud by false representation, in that he posed as escorts - 'sinner Stephanie' and 'Katie and Jess' - for hire in an effort to dupe unsuspecting men in February last year.

Tootill also confessed to two charges of breaching a Sexual Offences Prevention Order by having mobile phones at his home and five further counts of breaching the requirements of the sex offenders' register. The court heard how the PSNI searched Tootill's house after an off-duty officer reported he had witnessed him breaching court orders by having a mobile phone.

When the PSNI attended his address, they discovered he had two mobiles.

He handed one over and the other was found behind a chest of drawers.

Prosecuting QC Tessa Kitson said Tootill accepted he used fake names and posed as a prostitute "to financially exploit victims".

"He advertised himself on adult websites under the guise of female names to attract potential clients for sexual services... who would be expected to forward financial transactions to his bank account as directed, but when the money was transferred, there would not be any sexual service," the lawyer said.

The court heard how Tootill contacted women working as prostitutes and "invited them to work at a hotel in Limavady" where he booked a room and arranged for clients to visit them.

The defendant told officers that while the women charged 100, "he would be paid 20". The court heard on one occasion that nine men had been lined up by Tootill, but the escort was "fast asleep in the room" so they all left.

According to the Crown case, the defendant "had some sort of relationship" with Sarah F, and during an online conversation she said she did not know how she was going to pay her bills.

"He suggested that she did some work as a prostitute," said Mrs Kitson.

She said Tootill's previous offences were "very relevant." In 2012 he was handed five years after he posed as a woman to set up a fake modelling agency so he could take photos of young girls.

Yesterday defence barrister Mark Barlow described Tootill as "something of a Walter Mitty character" who has never had a normal adult relationship with anyone outside of his family.

Ordering Tootill to spend 18 months in jail and two years on licence, Judge Desmond Marrinan said that "to have an interest in sex is in human nature, but with his record his interest seems to be unhealthy".

Belfast Telegraph
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Belfast History and Memories / Re: Excise Street, Grosvenor Road.
« Last post by Jimmy Patterson on Yesterday at 10:54:16 PM »
Colin sorella st runs from the grosvenor road up to dunville st and meets abercorn st which runs to leeson st. Cairns st runs from dunville st to leeson st.
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Belfast Chat / Re: Just what Belfast needs - another religion !
« Last post by misssmyth1 on Yesterday at 08:39:46 PM »
 these charlatans are robbing vulnerable people all over the world -  but Belfast i don't think so ! 
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Belfast History and Memories / Re: Excise Street, Grosvenor Road.
« Last post by colin randell on Yesterday at 08:32:40 PM »
Only whats already been said,...


  Going for Blackwater street
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Belfast History and Memories / Re: Excise Street, Grosvenor Road.
« Last post by colin randell on Yesterday at 08:30:47 PM »
Well back again my friend has passed on every thing has been cleared up his son and daughter was well pleased every thing was done for them the only thing that got me was the son wanted to do Route 66 with me but I had to refuse I was going for 6 weeks riding a Honda Goldwing 1800cc  it was easier to buy one and sell at the other end taking him was pushing to much into 2 weeks  Harley's are out the price and the rental out of hand I have been in touch with a couple of clubs going to do it have to wait and see looking forward to it  Planned this trip about about 13 years ago but i'm the only one still able to do it the all passed over but they can still come in spirit                          regards  Colin
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Belfast History and Memories / Re: Excise Street, Grosvenor Road.
« Last post by colin randell on Yesterday at 08:04:13 PM »
Iwas born of the Grosvenor  road in Granvelll street number 3 facing the Dunville Park.
Hi derdrei was it Cairns street that took you from the park to Lesson street  i'm not sure all changed around there                   regards  Colin
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Belfast History and Memories / Re: Sandy Row
« Last post by SIXTYNINER on Yesterday at 07:44:30 PM »

Yes Liz I've been on the sandy row site before but it was a long time ago I have been lurking in the background and really enjoy the banter especially when P/w is on he always has a great tale to tell and I know quite a lot of the people he talks about,take care Liz talk later.
JJ,  I'M GLAD YOU CAME BACK AGAIN,  WE NEED MORE  OLD FRIENDS TO COME BACK BUT I KNOW A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE BUSY AND SADDLY SOME HAVE PASSED,  I LOVE IT WHEN SOMEONE COMES ON LOOKING FOR INFO. AND NEXT THING  ALL THESE PEOPLE EITHER KNOWTHEM, OF THEM, OR SOMEONE ELSE KNOWS THEM  HA.   IT KEEPS THE THREAD GOING.  TAKE CARE AND I HOPE YOU HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND.  OUR WEATHER IN BURLINGTON IS AT 29c  RIGHT NOW,  I DON'T LIKE THE HOT  WEATHER BUT WE'VE HAD A ROTTEN  WINTER SO I SHOULD BE QUIET AND  SAY NATHIN HA.   LIZ :-*
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Exiles / Re: CANADA TO-DAY.
« Last post by SIXTYNINER on Yesterday at 07:38:36 PM »

Hi Breda, lovely to see you, I hope all is well with you and the Family, any holiday plans for the summer ?
It was very sad to hear Twocoats  had passed away, did he live close to you ?  :-*

LIZ, I JUST GRABED THE SANDLES FROM THE CLOSET, AND NO THEY WERE NOT THE SAME COLOUR  ::) THEY ARE SLIPONS AND I DIDN'T PAY ATTENTION TO THEM, ( SENOIR MOMENT) I DON'T THINK ANYONE NOTICED. :) :-*
OH RUBY, THOSE SENIOR MOMENTS, I THINK I'M ON PERMANENT OVERDRIVE WITH THEM HA.   SO THEY WERE NOT EVEN THE SAME COLOUR.  WHAT ARE YE.  I JUST SAT DOWN NOW AND TURNED THE AIR ON , I HAVE MY DOOR OPEN BUT IT'S UP TO 29 IN BURLINGTON. DON'T KNOW IF I SHOULD CLOSE THE DOOR AND PUT THE AIR ON FOR GOOD. THERE'S HARDLY A BREEZE OUTSIDE. SAW SOME BLUEJAYS THIS MORNING.  ANYWAY I HOPE THE WEEKEND IS GOOD FOR THOSE GOING ANY WHERE AND  FOR SHOPPING.  OR JUST IN THE GARDEN .  LIZ  *
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