- 'I'm from the Vatican, you're xxxxxx': Drunken priest suspended after he kicked and spat at PC and paramedic
- Vicar shouted 'I'm from the Vatican, you're xxxxxx' as he lashed out at police after nightclub booze binge
- Drunken priest suspended after kicking PC and trying to bite paramedic
- the BBC routinely recycles old news when doing so serves to demean or marginalize Catholics. The BBC broadcast Kenyon Confronts and Sex and the Holy City to coincide with Pope John Paul II's 25th anniversary and the beatification of Mother Teresa (Wikipedia).
- 2003—BBC had planned Popetown, a ten-part cartoon series which "featured an infantile Pope [...] bouncing around the Vatican on a pogostick". Plans were shelved in the wake of criticism and outrage expressed by concerned Catholics.—Wikipedia.
- 'I'm from the Vatican, you're xxxxxx': Church of England vicar in bizarre drunken brawl with police and paramedics
- CofE vicar shouted 'I’m from the Vatican, you’re xxxxxx' at police as he was arrested for biting and spitting at a paramedic after downing three bottles of wine
- Vicar fined for drunken brawl, punching a paramedic and a PC. CofE priest Gareth Jones, from London, fought with police officers claiming ‘immunity through the Vatican’ after 53-unit binge
“I’m not sure if he has anything to do with the Vatican because he is with the Church of England,” prosecutor Edward Aydin told Court News.
“There’s no relationship between those two religions,” Aydin said.