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Golliwog race charge: Case adjourned against neighbour for window display

Ben Kendall

Published 13/09/2011 | 10:43

Jena Mason leaves Lowestoft Magistrates Court where she appeared charged with racially aggravated harassment. Photo: PA
Jena Mason leaves Lowestoft Magistrates Court where she appeared charged with racially aggravated harassment. Photo: PA

A woman charged with racially aggravated harassment after displaying a golliwog in her window has denied the offence.

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Jena Mason, 65, of College Lane, Worlingham, Suffolk, was arrested after her black neighbour Rosemarie O'Donnell complained about the doll to police.



At Lowestoft magistrates today she pleaded not guilty and her case was adjourned for a case management hearing on October 11.



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