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A 40-year-old man who shouted 'this is England' and other racist slurs at three eastern European men turned up to court in a sleeveless football shirt and was pictured swigging a strong beer mixed with tequila as he left.
Barry Bonner was waiting for a train at Maidstone West station in Kent when he was heard hurling abuse about Polish people.
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Bonner refused to leave the platform and beat his chest in front of the victims, telling them to 'go home' and that 'only the English should be here', as well as calling the men 'f****** Polish c****'.
When arrested by police, the self-confessed former addict claimed he could not be racist as his brother was black.
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Despite initially denying using racial slurs, he later said in police custody: 'This is England. They come over here and take our jobs. Only the English should be here.'
Station manager Robert Mears, who confronted Bonner, said he could not tolerate his racist outburst and called police. He also said Mr Bonner appeared slightly drunk.
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In court, Mr Mears said: 'He...
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