You can skip paying your mortgage and when you're exposed as a deadbeat, you then go beat up a photographer.
Now he walks with a small fine. No doubt he's learned his lesson.
State Sen. Kevin Parker was sentenced today to three years probation and ordered to pay a $1,000 fine after a Brooklyn jury found him guilty last year of damaging a Post photographer's camera after the lensman snapped pictures of him outside the politician's Flatbush home.Maybe Obama can sign him up for his anti-bullying campaign.
Parker was also ordered to attend anger management classes and pay The Post back $672 to cover the cost of broken equipment.
Parker was convicted of two misdemeanor counts of criminal mischief in the May 2009 attack and faces up to two years in prison.
In December, the jury cleared Parker of intentionally damaging and attempting to steal William Lopez's camera -- felonies that would have meant automatic expulsion from the Senate had he been convicted.