16.3 C
London
Wednesday, September 23, 2020

NekNominaters could face #NekNotminate manslaughter charges

Must Read

New lockdown measures for the entire country Boris Johnson will announce tomorrow

New Lockdown rules are set to be announced by Boris Johnson which means the entire country will...

Large parts of the North East to be put into Local Lockdown

Large parts of the North East are to face a local lockdown from Friday.

TikTok: Police Officers warned over ‘unprofessional and offensive’ videos

Two police officers have been issued with a final written warning after being found to have committed...
NekNominaters could face #NekNotminate manslaughter charges 3
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Today it has been announced those that challenge their friends to a #NekNomiate could face manslaughter charges if it results in death.

Lawyers have today argued that the definition of manslaughter covers the extent legally of the circumstances within the three British lads that have died following accepting their nomination.

legal debates have now begun amongst academics and lawyers, but brings in to question whether or not a person has free will and the choice to make a responsible accountable actions.

Enjoyed this article?

Then please consider following us on on Twitter or Instagram For the latest crime and policing news.

Coronavirus Information

There’s a lot of misinformation doing the rounds about #coronavirus, and it’s hard to know who to trust. Visit NHS Directly to find out what the symptoms are, how to prevent the spread, and who should stay at home..

- Advertisement -
  1. I don’t think you can make people accountable for nominating as people aren’t made to do it , it’s not as if they are being tied to a chair etc etc unfortunately the young people of today do not learn and sadly some are loosing their lives …

  2. What a joke so now you can get prosecuted if you dare someone to do something and they then do it while choosing to jump in a river!? if you’re thick enough to kill yourself doing something stupid then it’s your own fault.

  3. What a joke so now you can get prosecuted if you dare someone to do something and they then do it while choosing to jump in a river!? if you’re thick enough to kill yourself doing something stupid then it’s your own fault.

  4. With the young people I think it’s a form of bullying,they are put under pressure to do it n fit in so find it hard to reject the nomination,with the older ones its a form of stupidity and they should be pointing out the fact that its stupid and dangerous and not be joining in!

  5. I agree with lawyers. But on the other hand, when people pass on these “neknominations” turn them into a bit of fun. It doesn’t say it has to be an alcoholic drink. Down a pint of orange, coke or bloody milk for fuck sake. Common sense people.

  6. I agree with lawyers. But on the other hand, when people pass on these “neknominations” turn them into a bit of fun. It doesn’t say it has to be an alcoholic drink. Down a pint of orange, coke or bloody milk for fuck sake. Common sense people.

  7. There is nothing in Neck Nom that says it has to be dangerous. A few of my mates have done it in a safe way. No different to what you see in a pub on a sat night. They made is different by doing something silly i.e putting a yogurt in the beer or dressing up in a funny outfit. It’s these idiots who think they’re invincible and down a pint of Vodka. Where on earth has anyone ever said that’s a good idea?
    Getting charged with manslaughter is absolutely ridiculous! You say Peer pressure has a fact and I’m sure it does but who said they have to down spirits? If you get nominated either don’t do it or Christ wear a sodding mankini and down a pint of orange juice. Natural selection at its finest….

  8. If you’re that stupid to take up a dangerous NekNomination then more fool you!! Bollocks to it being peer pressure, its your decision whether to accept and be a total retard or refuse and be smart. I really have no sympathy for these idiots. Sorry!

  9. So…you buy your friends a knife block for a wedding gift…the next week one of them slashes their wrists in a bid to kill themselves…bound to be your fault right??? Afterall you gave them the knives so its on your toes (a tad far fetched i know) but for gods sake noone pours the drink down these peoples necks do they for goodness sake! You cannot hold a person accountable for something someone else does to themselves just because they have “dared” them to do it!

  10. It’s not peer pressure and its not any form of bullying. …its plain and simple….they’re dumbass’s, it’s a stupid game, and whoever ‘necks’ drinks in anyway shape or form deserve the out come, drinking a casual drink with friends is supposed to be fun, not downing as many drinks you can to what? Look good? Noone that’s blind drunk is classy in any case and they look like fools, putting yourself in a situation like that is asking for trouble, and that’s to the ppl that dish out the dares too, like honestly, grow up

  11. We all played the game when younger truth or dare, I got dared to jump into the sea wi a t shirt on while drinking 20 20 ! the days lol As i picked dare! same shit different days ! So now it’s recorded on videos! A Remaking of the game!! It Seems ur now bang to rites for daring people cause caught on cam hmmmmmm! I think not, ur stupid enuf to do it! It’s ur own doings! I want to play a game says saw !!! End of day u had more pressure back then in a crowd than a video getting played on ur Facebook !

- Advertisement -

Latest News

- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This

Enjoyed this article?

Then please consider following us on on Twitter or Instagram For the latest crime and policing news.

Coronavirus Information

There’s a lot of misinformation doing the rounds about #coronavirus, and it’s hard to know who to trust. Visit NHS Directly to find out what the symptoms are, how to prevent the spread, and who should stay at home..