A felon sang his version of Adele’s ‘Hello’ to a judge, and her reaction is priceless

A felon in Michigan did the unthinkable.

He pulled out his inner Adele to sing his ‘sorry’ version of the ‘Hello’ song to a judge.Captain-Picard-Facepalm

 

Brian Earl Taylor, 21, was at his sentence hearing when he broke into the song at the courtroom. In the video, nobody appeared to give a damn, including the Judge.

Taylor, was booked after he was found struggling with a man in an apartment building in Michigan, USA, while holding a gun to the other man’s abdomen on Nov. 9 of 2015.

“And your honor I’m sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry. To my mother, I’m sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry. To the victim, I’m sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry. Yes, your honor, I’m sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry.”

But the judge was just like,woman1

Nope.

She still handed him a two-year sentence for unlawfully carrying a concealed weapon and a further 18 months to 15 years on a charge of unlawful imprisonment.

We’re guessing the judge was probably thinking of One Republic’s ‘Apologise’.

That too was a great song.

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