I’m a man, I’m a soldier, I’m a British citizen. And you can’t see my privates.
Michael Adebolajo, the man accused of murdering soldier Lee Rigby. Adebolajo had complained that his privacy had been violated by being made to have his “private parts” examined twice ahead of his appearance. Describing the prison officer who had asked to examine him as a “jobsworth”, he added that after the experience: “I cried like a baby, you know, into my sleeve.”