Had been dating as friend
There was no back calculation.' The crew on-board were reported to be safe and unharmed.
It was not the first time the Algrie has got in trouble - it dangerously dragged a nuclear attack submarine called HMS Spartan in the waters off Land's End in 1982, reports Cornwall Live.
and I started to correspond with a women in the Ukraine, I did however run across your site after the first letter and was a lot wiser after that.
I wrote to her under another name and found out that the responses to that name were exactly the same form letters that I had been receiving when I wrote her my original real name.
I don't have her email address anymore, if I had known about your site earlier I would have saved it.
Her name was allegedly Larisa Skorenko and was supposed to be from near Kremenchburg, Ukraine.
In February of 2000 I went to Kremenchug after corresponding with Elena for 4 months and had a great time while I was there. I started the finance process and everything was going fast and fine but then when the embassy in Warsaw got the application she started making excuses to wait, her ex-husband wanted to take the kid on holiday then the place she applied for a visa stole her money then she had to find her father that after I sent 150 dollars 3 different times through western union then she quit writing and I gave up trying to contact her but I did not give up on the idea of getting a Russian bride I just picked the wrong one so I joined and I ran across Elena's profile there and it had been there since she was writing to me her kiss number is 2676639 and she also used the name Elena Trocenko.
I should have suspected and I guess I did but was blinded by lust because within 4 hours of meeting her for the first time we were in bed. I have seen 3 other women on this site advertised on the Peoplehelpers site.
One male onlooker posted a video on Facebook, shocked at what he had seen. You've driven straight into the side of the pier.'What are you up to, there's no fish here mate, you're off your head.'What have you gone and done that for, you've made a right meal out of that.
Tristan Harwood, defending, told the court the 'tide was fully up', which meant the dramatic pictures of the crash were 'misleading'.
He said: 'As the tide went out these images make the incident look considerably worse, he didn't really hit the breakwater, he bumped it.'The court heard that Kinnaird had missed the navigational light near the pier before crashing into it and becoming stranded.
He had alcohol in his system when breathalysed two hours after the crash - but was not over the legal limit, Plymouth Magistrates Court heard.
Kinnaird, of Newlyn, Cornwall, told magistrates he had suffered food poisoning beforehand, but was quizzed on the fact he had been drinking beer.