Larissa Bell, 21, of East Kilbride (pictured arriving at Camberwell Magistrates Court nowadays) was filmed dancing on major of an ambulance car or truck close to London Bridge station on July 7 as revellers viewed on cheering
A Scottish waitress who twerked on top of a smashed-up ambulance following England beat Sweden in the Planet Cup quarter remaining will stand trial for prison harm.
Larissa Bell, 21, of East Kilbride, was filmed dancing on best of the ambulance auto in close proximity to London Bridge station on July 7 as revellers watched on cheering.
England had just defeated Sweden 2- to go by to the semi finals and Scott Dennett, 25, James Elton, 27, and Kangyue Jian, 26, had been in the crowd.
The two Englishmen and the Singaporean are accused of cracking the immediate reaction car’s windscreen and producing key dents in the bonnet before Ms Bell climbed on top.
All 4 appeared at Camberwell Magistrates Court these days accused of resulting in the £6,867.42 in harm, which left the motor vehicle out of DC escort provider for 34 times.
Bell and Dennett did not reveal pleas throughout the 15-moment hearing, while Elton and Jian both equally pleaded not guilty.
Dami Eniola, prosecuting, reported: ‘England experienced received the match that working day and, as a outcome, hundreds of people collected outdoors to watch the match and guidance England.
‘After the match the crowd started off going to Borough Sector on to Southwark Street.’
She reported in the course of the celebrations police questioned the driver of the ambulance auto to park it in the highway.
Pictured: Ms Bell, 21, is observed on top rated of an ambulance car or truck exterior London Bridge station on July 7 as World Cup revellers cheer her on
Pass up Eniola claimed: ‘She seemed close to the area and she saw a member of the public stumble in entrance and he had a head wound and she went to offer him with professional medical help.
‘During that time the closing whistle went for the game. Associates of the public surrounded the motor vehicle.’
She additional: ‘There were being people jumping on best of it, this triggered damage to the wing mirror of the ambulance.
‘The bonnet was dented, the windshield was smashed, basically it was dented.
‘In whole 7 individuals were being caught by social media footage to be viewed on the car or truck on the vehicle and the bonnet.’
Scott Dennett (pictured arriving at court docket in south London currently still left) and Kangyue Jian (right) are accused of criminal damage
The court was instructed some people from social media had been not recognized but police arrested and questioned the four defendants.
Skip Eniola explained: ‘The car or truck was seriously harmed, it was out of DC escort company for 34 times.’
Ambulance bosses claimed the vandalism ‘put a dampener’ on the Environment Cup celebrations.
But soccer lovers rallied to elevate money for the repairs, with Millwall supporters pulling alongside one another £10,000 by yourself.
A Skoda dealership also offered to fix the motor vehicle free of charge-of-charge, so the funds elevated went to restoring a historic ambulance instead.
Overlook Eniola mentioned the criminal injury cost has a starting level of 12 months in prison and all defendants were of ‘good character.’
Chair of the bench Finola Gowers bailed the 4 to look at Inner London Crown Court docket on January 8.
James Elton, 27, is pictured leaving Camberwell Magistrates Court in London after showing in the dock accused of felony harm there today