A "militant atheist" who left explicit images in a prayer room at Liverpool John Lennon Airport was given a five-year Asbo in April. Harry Taylor!, 59, of Salford, was said to have left images of religious figures in sexual poses on three occasions in 2008. Among the posters, one image showed a smiling crucified Christ next to an
advert for a brand of "no nails" glue. In another, Islamic suicide bombers at the gates of paradise were told: "Stop, stop, we've run out of virgins." Taylor's Asbo bans him from carrying religiously offensive material in a public place. And a shepherd was given an Asbo for using his flock to intimidate neighbours, which he breached in January. Jeremy Awdry, 60, lost the right to graze the sheep in Bream in the Forest of
Dean after they were reported straying into gardens and damaging fences.
A court heard the 500-strong flock was "used as a means of intimidating". The prosecutor said: "There were situations where sheep were driven and put in places where they would cause trouble for people. "Sheep were found lying outside houses dead with their name written in red on them."