Russell Crowe displays an impressive sense of perspective: he lets us know where the true victims of American legal injustice can be found:
'Crowe, 42 says he regrets throwing a telephone at a hotel clerk last June. In an interview with CBS, the New Zealand-born Oscar winner claims the US legal system is "open to be misused. Where I come from, a confrontation as basic and simple as that would have been satisfied with a handshake and an apology," he said.'
I sympathise with poor Russ and his yearning for the lost art of antipodean gentlemanly civility. Really, hotel staff can be SO uncharitable when violently attacked. Perhaps he and Naomi Campbell ought to set up a support group.