A man who swam into the path of the University Boat Race has been sentenced to six months in prison for causing a public nuisance.
The judge said Trenton Oldfield had acted dangerously and disproportionately, and had not made it clear what he was protesting against. Mr Oldfield had claimed the event was elitist.
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