The 13 Year Old Father….?

Well now the Local Authority are paying for the paternity test to see who exactly is or is not the father at a cost of ?300. Is this not a misuse of the taxpayers money and also is it true that the local bookmaker is taking bets on the outcome ?

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8 Comments

  1. Saundra N wrote
    at 23:14 - 2nd Listopad 2009 Permalink

    Why can’t the parents of the boy and girl pay for it? Their kids, their responsibility. their c*ck-up! (Oops no pun intended)!!

  2. Yurri wrote
    at 23:34 - 2nd Listopad 2009 Permalink

    The taxpayers money is from taxpayers to taxpayers. When a taxpayer needs help, the government has to pay back from the taxes this person has been paying. It’s a fair payback. Just put yourself in his position and stop stirring problems. Taxpayers money this, taxpayers money that.. just stop being so mean!

  3. floppity wrote
    at 5:33 - 3rd Listopad 2009 Permalink

    I don’t see why they’re paying, if they pay for his test then surely everyone in the area will be wanting one too! And I wouldn’t be surprised if the bookies are making a profit! (I’d put ?20 on that he isn’t the father!)

  4. Omstarts wrote
    at 10:55 - 3rd Listopad 2009 Permalink

    I think the fact that any local government representative can claim at least ?500 in expenses a week kind of puts the paternity test cost into the shade.

  5. Confused Hal wrote
    at 11:24 - 3rd Listopad 2009 Permalink

    As the newspapers are paying a 5 figure sum to the families – shouldn’t they be paying it?
    Oh but they want him to be the dad as it means more money for them.

  6. Jasmine Peters At Home wrote
    at 16:48 - 3rd Listopad 2009 Permalink

    Don’t worry – I expect Max Clifford will foot the bill provided he gets all the associated publicity !

  7. hiya ppl x wrote
    at 17:24 - 3rd Listopad 2009 Permalink

    i think its digusting havin a baby at just 13yrs of age
    they both should have kept there pants on n wouldnt be in this mess

  8. Dismayed wrote
    at 21:34 - 3rd Listopad 2009 Permalink

    Oh this is ridiculous. Why should we pay? People will bet on anything what a strange world we are living in.

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