'I've done nothing wrong, I've done nothing wrong,' he repeats in footage taken on the day, before police remove him from the scene.'I'm defending my religion - that's exactly what I'm doing,' he can be heard saying, as he is filmed by at least three people.The man holding the camera reassured distressed onlookers that he's called the Newtown police, who showed up a short time later and lead Mr Gittany away.The charge comes just days after another man defaced the same mural with a small can of spray paint that damaged but did not obscure the whole image.
, but the heroine is much more likely to end up happy this way.Cougar dating — where older women date younger men — is growing more popular every day, and there are a lot of great dating sites out there just for that.Don’t listen to the dating rule that says divide your age by two and add seven and that’s the youngest you should ever go.Onlookers filmed the 23-year-old as he was vandalising the artwork, and he can be heard calling the mural 'sacrilegious' and insisting that he was 'defending his religion'.One of his supporters, Paul Bennett, has started a petition called 'I Stand With Ben' and is asking for other religious-minded people to show solidarity.'As Christian mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters we are deeply hurt and alarmed at the increasing public displays of hate, vilification and mocking of our Christian faith,' the petition reads.'There is no tolerance and love in seeing our religious iconography, religious images and religious symbols attacked for no other reason than pure spite and hate.'Mr Bennett calls out the street art for being openly hostile in nature.'These murals are advocating for religious hatred, religious hostility and religious incitement against the Christian faith.