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Blair caught riding without a ticket

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He said he had no cash for the 24.50 pounds fare because money an aide had given him was no longer in his pocket.

The newspaper, quoting Blair's spokesman, said his bodyguard offered to pay the ticket, but the inspector said he could travel for free.
A likely fcuking story! My daughter could come up with better lies than that at infant school.
 
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#7
bovvy said:
He said he had no cash for the 24.50 pounds fare because money an aide had given him was no longer in his pocket.

The newspaper, quoting Blair's spokesman, said his bodyguard offered to pay the ticket, but the inspector said he could travel for free.
A likely fcuking story! My daughter could come up with better lies than that at infant school.
My bold

So the next time any of us get caught fare dodging, errr sorry, I meant the next time any of us have mislaid our ticket, we can just refer the inspector to his colleague and get away with it ??? Yeah OK :roll:
 
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fdj12 said:
"because money an aide had given him was no longer in his pocket."
That's what caught my eye too. So where was it, then? And isn't it normal procedure to board a train with a view to paying the fare and actually having the dosh to do it?

Mind you, Phony Tony's a complete cünt anyway, so it's not really surprising, is it?

MsG
 
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Bugsy said:
fdj12 said:
"because money an aide had given him was no longer in his pocket."
That's what caught my eye too. So where was it, then? And isn't it normal procedure to board a train with a view to paying the fare and actually having the dosh to do it?
Mind you, Phony Tony's a complete cünt anyway, so it's not really surprising, is it?

MsG
Not if you have spent the last 10 years free-loading and your family descend like locusts on a retail shop and strip it of several hundred AUS$ worth of freebies, which occurred a few years back.
 
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If the money was not in his pocket, then I suggest he may have finally taken the advice I (and others) have been offering him here and rammed it up his rusty sheriff's badge?
 
#16
They take credit cards on trains. Who paid for the body guards ticket and when did he get one and what about all the staff that travel with him. Has the cost of the underground gone up so much!

The newspaper, quoting Blair's spokesman,
And then

Blair's spokesman was unavailable for comment.
Which was it they quote his spokesman then said he was unable for comment.

As much as I dislike the shit this does not seem quite right.
 
#17
His hag of a missus actully got caught on a train en route to a crown court where she was due to sit as a recorder (judge) to be sentencing real crims. for a lot less than that. Pulled the same story as I remember.
Any chance of there being a discipline code for the judiciary back then?
Nah, thought not.
If there was it don't apply to them two (yet), as the lady said in New York just prior to her maid grassing her up to the IRS:" Taxes? They are for little people."
Bad karma man.
 
#19
His aide gives him money? From a very early age we should all be taught the true value of money so that when we are adults we can make frugal decisions to benefit ourselves and our families. Oh wait a moment, this witless chap on the train was running the counrtry for 10 years. Incredible isn't it?
 
#20
His aide gives him money? From a very early age we should all be taught the true value of money so that when we are adults we can make frugal decisions to benefit ourselves and our families. Oh wait a moment, this witless chap on the train was running the counrtry for 10 years. Incredible isn't it?
 

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