Why? Why!? WHY???!!! Special Edition: Metal Below The Law

America is awesome because sexy millionaire sluts careen drunkenly through the streets with impunity (except in Hawaii). Similarly, Australia is rad because you get arrested for wearing a Cradle Of Filth shirt. From Australia's Herald Sun:
A Gold Coast teenager has been charged for wearing a blasphemous t-shirt degrading Jesus. The boy, 16, was stopped by police in Biggera Waters after he was spotted wearing a t-shirt [that reads] "Jesus is a cunt" and depicts a nun masturbating.
One of my high school English teachers was this limpdick wannabe who, in a pathetic attempt to ingratiate himself with nubile high school chicks and their vaginas, kept an acoustic guitar in his classroom. Once, he and a classmate of mine treated us to an impromptu rendition of the Crowded House hit "Don't Dream It's Over." This atrocity saw no repercussions and yet Swedish Metalhead/Blodsrit guitarist Emil Koverot is preemptively dismissed from a cushy teaching job! Justice? You be the judge. From Sweden's The Local:
A hard rocking teacher who was fired before ever setting foot in a classroom has lodged a discrimination complaint with Sweden’s Ombudsman of Justice (JO). 
“[My dismissal was based] on my participation in a hard rock band, something that couldn’t be accepted by other staff, or by the student’s parents,” wrote Koverot in his complaint to JO. 
“The principal felt that my band [Blodsrit] was so highly immoral that he advised against me ever devoting myself to leading a classroom.”
Summer must be slow season for the FBI. They have time to act as enforcers for Rose N' Roses frontman Axl Rose, which Antiquiet blogger Kevin Skwerl found out this week. I guess it's extra illegal to leak Axl Rose's shit. From Rolling Stone:
Yesterday, Skwerl was surprised to find himself face to face with two FBI agents who paid a visit to his day job. “It was kind of an ambush,” Skwerl tells Rolling Stone. “When I came back from lunch they were waiting in the lobby for me. It’s a little creepy they know where I work.” Two young FBI officers, who Skwerl describes as “Mulder and Scully types,” questioned him for 15 minutes about where he got the tracks and made plans to visit his house at 7:00 a.m. this morning.

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