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Tuesday, August 16, 2005

The Tuesday Twat(s)

No. 30. Essex Police

This is definately one for the silly season.

So, what are Essex police doing with their time?

Are they
A) Tracking terrorists?
B) Catching rapists and murderers?
C) Arresting burglars?
D) Blocking off a busy streth of motorway to rescue a soft toy that some careless 10 year-old has dropped out of the sun roof at 70mph?

Can you guess....
Read all about it here on the BBC.

This is the most stupid thing I have heard in a long time.

A careless 10 year-old drops a soft toy out of the car window, so what do her parents do?

They call the fucking police!
What are they going to do about it, I hear you cry? That's not their problem. It would be extremly stupid and dangerous, to for example, put on a rolling roadblock, holding up the traffic, then post the soft toy (at tax payer's expense) to the hapless child. Obvously they wouldn't be that silly!

But of course, that's what they did.

I don't know who the bigger twats are - the parents or the police.
Sure, it's upsetting - but she's 10 years old for christ's sake!

"We just felt we had to do everything in our power as parents to make Amy happy,", said her mother.

Errr no. She's 10 years old. Don't you think she's old enough to learn that life isn't always fair? What are you going to do when Granny dies for god's sake? Rent a copy of "Weekend at Bernies" for inspiration, and try and convince her the old girl is just sleeping? I'll bet that they're the sort of parents that would spend hours racing around every pet store in a hundred mile radius to find an identical hamster, to convince her that they are immortal.

Twats, the lot of them!




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