King admitted urinating on the bedding of a homeless man before helping to set fire to it.

Two thugs were caught on CCTV urinating on a homeless man’s belongings before setting fire to them. Nicola King, 23, and Jerely Evans, 25, pleaded guilty to arson after the blaze in Portsmouth, Hampshire.

Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court heard that the two women approached the victim outside a row of shops and were initially ‘nice to him’.
They handed him £5 for ‘a drink’ but soon started ‘hurling abuse’ and stole the victim’s mobile phone. On the CCTV, the homeless man is then seen walking away from the rowdy pair – who proceed to light his bedding on fire. The blaze destroyed everything the man owned.

 

Female thugs caught on CCTV setting fire to homeless man's bed after urinating on it

The blaze destroyed everything the man owned.

Female thugs caught on CCTV setting fire to homeless man's bed after urinating on it

Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court heard that the two women approached the victim outside a row of shops and were initially ‘nice to him’.

 

Female thugs caught on CCTV setting fire to homeless man's bed after urinating on it

Having made him feel uncomfortable, the victim then left.

Appearing in court, King admitted urinating on the bedding of a homeless man before helping to set fire to it. She will be sentenced on October 27.

Her friend, Jerely Evans, of Havant, had previously pleaded guilty to arson and criminal damage and served a four-month prison sentence.

Richard Withey, of the Crown Prosecution Service, said: ‘The victim was approached by both defendants who were initially nice to him.

‘They then hurled abused at him and took his mobile phone. Having made him feel uncomfortable, the victim then left. ‘CCTV recorded Nicola King urinating on the victim’s bedding.

She then provided a lighter to Jerely Evans so that she could set fire to the bedding, destroying the few possessions that he had.

‘The defendants soiled and destroyed the only possessions that the homeless man had, leaving him without any bedding or a blanket.

‘The court heard the statement of the victim who stated after the incident that “he was gutted and could not believe that all his possessions had gone”. ‘By securing a plea of guilty we have brought justice for the victim in this case.’
source: metro.co.uk