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Old Jul 28th 2004, 1:09 pm
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From the BBC website...

"New police team to solve crime"

What is it that they do now then?!
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Old Jul 28th 2004, 1:11 pm
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Originally posted by Duncan Roberts
From the BBC website...

"New police team to solve crime"

What is it that they do now then?!
Sitting at my desk chuckling like an idiot here!
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Old Jul 28th 2004, 1:12 pm
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Was it in the American section of the BBC news?

the Police round here seem to just cruise around the beach looking at chicks whilse eating doughnuts.

having real police might make for a change
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Old Jul 28th 2004, 1:18 pm
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No, its in the UK edition, England section.

The police round here seem to think it OK to send out 4 cars to a speeding incident.
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Old Jul 28th 2004, 1:52 pm
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Originally posted by manc1976
Was it in the American section of the BBC news?

the Police round here seem to just cruise around the beach looking at chicks whilse eating doughnuts.

having real police might make for a change

funny you should say that. We have to pass by our local Super Target on the way home from work...and every night without fail, there is 4 cop cars in the parking lot. Why SuperTarget you ask?...they have a Starbucks and sell Krispie Kreme dougnuts inside. The nights that we have even stopped by to get a Coffee, sure enough there are 4 Cops sitting down indulging in sugar and caffeine!!
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New police team to solve crime
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Old Jul 28th 2004, 4:50 pm
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we must have the most bent coppers in the us. one a week is suspended for something, last week it was getting a prostitute to give one a bj in return he wouldnt arrest her, since he has been suspended lots of girls have claimed to be a victim of it (not all prostiutes - some college girls have given him bj's so they wont be arrested for something minor.

I reported a large sum of money lost to these coppers and instead of making a report they threatened to arrest me as a con rtist who goes and checks to see if any money was handed in and claim it.
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