Adam Catzavelos has expressed remorse for his infamous k-word rant, apologising to the Randburg Magistrate's Court for his actions. Meanwhile, Greek authorities have issued Catzavelos with a summons.
Adam Catzavelos appeared before the Randburg Magistrate's Court today to answer for his controversial k-word rant while holidaying in Greece.
Catzavelos expressed remorse at his actions, telling the court that he was embarrassed:
"In my moment of madness that I had last year, I am completely embarrassed and utterly ashamed at what I did and what I said. I express my sympathy and sorrow to anyone whose dignity was harmed."
The case against the businessman was postponed to allow for his lawyer to make representations to the Gauteng Director of Public Prosecutions.
Meanwhile, Lawley Shein, who represents Catzavelos in his crimen injuria case, revealed that Greek authorities have issued his client with a summons.
According to EWN, it is not yet known on what grounds they intend to prosecute Catzavelos with a translation of the document expected to clarify the situation.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the Economic Freedom Fighters had been expected to attend today's proceedings, adamant that dignity must be restored.
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