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Court Frees Adrian Zammit Over Allegations He Didn’t Pick Up Goffy’s Poop On Marsa Bridge

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One of Marsa’s most outspoken men has been freed by court after allegations that he didn’t clean up after his pet dog Goffy couldnt be supported by evidence.

Adrian Zammit and Goffy had made waves when they first appeared on social media, with Zammit’s very Maltese brand of humour racking up tens of thousands of views on Facebook alone.

However, the entire time he’s been entertaining people online, he’s been battling some very dirty charges.

“They tried to fine me €1,500 over an incident that someone said happened back in 2019, during the Marsa local elections, around the same day I had applied to be a candidate in the local election,” Zammit told Lovin Malta after court ended today.

He had been accused of not picking up his pet’s waste on the Marsa Bridge. Though it’s taken two years to be heard in court, Zammit was satisfied with the result.

“I have no idea why they did this, but I think it had something to do with the election,” he said. “But in court they produced on evidence, and I’ve been freed.”

Among the issues in court was that the dog in question believed to be behind the rogue poop was a pug… while Goffy – who is now deceased – was a bulldog.

“They said they had been sent footage and photos, but by the end everyone in the court room was laughing, even the magistrate was nearly laughing,” he said.

“It was pretty ridiculous, and one of the most banal things I’ve ever been through – but the sum wasn’t banal, it was over €1,500 over Goffy’s alleged koko.”

Zammit thanked his lawyer Mario Mifsud as well as supporters who believed in his from the beginning.

“If you don’t have evidence, then don’t start something in court,” Zammit ended. “Though the court isn’t always correct, in this case they were.”

Lovin Malta had joined Zammit in his kitchen to find out what makes him tick – check it out below.

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Johnathan is interested in the weird, wonderful, and sometimes dark realities late capitalist society forces upon us all. He also likes food and music. Follow him at @supreofficialmt on Instagram, and send him news, food and music stories at [email protected]

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