- 04-05-2012, 20:39 #1
Four British terror suspects 'plotted to use little toy car to attack TA Base
This is a Daily Mail story and so appended here
Four British terror suspects 'plotted to use little toy car to attack Territorial Army base in Luton'
A suspected terrorist plot to drive a toy car loaded with explosives under the gates of a Territorial Army base and blow it up has been smashed by police.
Detectives believe the device was to have been detonated in Luton as part of a campaign of terror attacks in Britain.
Read more: Luton terrorist plot: 4 British suspects 'plotted to use little toy car to attack Territorial Army base' | Mail Online
Wonders never cease!
- 04-05-2012, 20:42 #2
Underpants Shoes ?In Memory of Rifleman E S DORSETT S/37709, 9th Bn., Rifle Brigade who died on the Somme 08 April 1918.
- 04-05-2012, 20:56 #3
A remote control aircraft flown from the towerblock near the Olympic stadium... packed with plastic bangy stuff and nuts and bolts.- Si dubitas, fuge.
- 04-05-2012, 20:58 #4
- 04-05-2012, 23:20 #5
Someone's been playing too much Playstation!
They be hard pressed to do more damage to the gate than the MT section.
Sent from my arrsestapd - 'st-ay-ped'
- 04-05-2012, 23:33 #6"If a terrorist organisation wanted to knock out the moral compass of Britain, all they'd have to do is to kill 100 celebrities at random. The entire country would have an instant nervous breakdown."
- 05-05-2012, 01:47 #7
Mouse training for men.
You can take a horse to water, but you can't make it drink. However, you can bl**dy well make it wish it had!
- 05-05-2012, 07:27 #8
As the sail boat modellers say, scale don't sail.Peccavi.
- 05-05-2012, 07:38 #9
Carry a bit of a payload on a microlight and I wouldn't mind seeing what starstreak would do to one. Better than watching high diving. Unless your Jarrod. got your tickets yet?Haven't had an accident in years. See a lot in my rear view mirror though.
It's very unlucky to be superstitious.
Only my dog can judge me.
- 05-05-2012, 07:41 #10
Was this taken from the script of "Four Lions"?
When Mighty Roast Beef was the Englishman's Food
It ennobl'd our veins and enriched our Blood:
Our Soldiers were Brave and our Courtiers were Good:
Oh! The Roast Beef of Old England,
And Old English Roast Beef.