Judge Orders Annoying Ex To Write 114 Compliments To His Former Girlfriend

The punishment usually always fits the crime. In this case, the punishment probably felt like torture for a Hawaii man who broke a protective order and contacted his ex-girlfriend.

“For every nasty thing you said about her, you’re going to say a nice thing,” explained 2nd Circuit Judge Rhonda Loo to defendant Daren Young. Young, 30, was found guilty of sending 144 nasty and angry text messages and calls to his ex-girlfriend over a 3-hour period.

Young also received time served for spending 157 days in jail before being sentenced. And to add financial injury to insult, the judge ordered Young to pay $2,400 in fines and serve 200 hours of community service. He also received two years probation.

The judge wasn’t done with Young and possibly went a little easy on him considering her initial ideas for penance.

“I don’t know whether I should cut off your fingers or take away your phone to get you to stop texting,” Loo told Young before sentencing. “You probably shouldn’t get a phone, period. I hope she changed her number.”

Wouldn’t it be odd if they ended up falling in love all over again?

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