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Share this article Share He claimed three men approached him saying the stun gun belonged to them and asked to have it back. Police were then called dating online aberdeen uk one of the men allegedly assaulted Thompson during the incident on November 21 last year.
He was later charged with being in possession of a stun gun after the device was recovered at Grampian Police headquarters.
Thompson admitted the offence when he appeared in court in February. He also admitted assaulting a constable by spitting at him on the same date and acting in a threatening manner towards officers at the police station.
Sentencing: David Thompson, left, is facing a minimum of five years in prison for possession of the modified stun gun, right Defence lawyer Gary Foulis argued that his client had not set out to get his hands on a stun gun which was disguised as a mobile phone.
Defence lawyers for Thompson, pictured, had argued his case was 'out of the ordinary' He said that the device was not a barrelled weapon that fired bullets which could cause serious damage. Dating online aberdeen uk Firearms Act offence carries a minimum five year jail sentence unless the court decides there are exceptional circumstances.
But Mr Foulis said melbourne dating five year sentence would be 'disproportionate' given the circumstances of the case. He said: 'This is a scenario that is certainly out of the ordinary.
Sheriff Christopher Shead sentenced Thompson to five years in prison. Chief Inspector George MacDonald, from Grampian Police, said: 'Thankfully incidents of this type are rare within the city and I believe the sentence sends out a strong message to any individuals who concern themselves with weapons of any description. Marketed in the U. Police fear as many as 10, could be out on the streets.
One website MailOnline visited said: 'A cell phone stun gun will cause your attacker pain and dating online aberdeen uk them temporarily immobilized and disoriented, but cause them no permanent damage. There is also concern that potentially lethal weapons, some 20 times more powerful than the Taser guns used by police, can easily be brought into the UK.
A Mail investigation in January uncovered a German website selling 1million volt stun guns which could be mail delivered into Britain with a free can of pepper spray.
They are highly prized by members of the criminal underworld as an alternative to guns and knives. In the last three years the Met police force has seized stun guns in London alone.