March 04, 2019
A convicted grandmother sets the internet ablaze with her ageless body. The likes of Jussie Smollett would trend less now that we have a "hottie" criminal causing traffic on the internet.
A grandmother who has been found guilty of a public order offense has her name and pictures flooding the interwebs as the public find it so hard to believe her age.
50-year-old Alison Yorston was arrested at Manchester Airport for causing a brawl and attacking cabin crew and a law enforcement official after she wasn't allowed on the plane.
After Yorston appeared in a court hearing, details of her crime including pictures from a recent vacation got out and nobody believes she's 50. A Facebook commenter went,
"how is she a gran she looks about 40."
"must say she looks bloody good for 50, just a shame she couldn't act her age."
A user went as far as calling her a "GILF" which colloquially translates to "Granny I'd Like to F**k." And many more of such comments flooded all the posts about Yorston's case.
Reports from the Manchester Magistrates' court stated that Yorston was going to board a flight to Dubai to celebrate her 50th birthday when she started the riot. Our source said that Yorston was refused on the Emirates aircraft because she was too drunk to fly.
The grandmother who works as an admission officer was said to have gulped a bottle of Prosecco with her daughter before her takeoff time. The airline staffs noted that Yorston was practically "wobbling" towards Gate 12 and thus was refused on the plane.
Yorston became furious and abusive towards the staffs, fighting everything and everyone in her way.
"They've ruined my holiday. I'm going to board that f***ing plane," Yorston yelled.
A commotion broke out, and Yorston charged at a police constable kicking him in the crotch which led to putting her down. The granny sustained multiple arm fracture as she fell to the solid ground during the struggle.
According to Yorston, she started the altercation because the cabin crew was going to deprive her of a lifetime holiday with her daughter.
Yorston pleaded guilty at the court and was sentenced to a community order for six months while she wears an electronic tag under a curfew from 7 pm to 7 am. Yorston was also ordered to pay court fees of $978.
About the gran's behavior, her attorney Paul Shepard said Yorston has never been found if such character. The school admissions officer, who now wears an electronic tag, said she fears that the airport incident would cost her her job.