Dangerous work

#1
I see another poor burglar was ran through in Manchester. Can somebody tell me what the National Union of Burglars are doing about it?
If it was me, I'd withdraw my labour.

Retired Colonel, Tunbridge Wells.
 
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#2
I see another poor burglar was ran through in Manchester. Can somebody tell me what the National Union of Burglars are doing about it?
If it was me, I'd withdraw my labour.

Retired Colonel, Tunbridge Wells.
I would like to take this opportunity, if I may, to urge all householders to keep up the excellent burglar stabbing rate. Well done all.Whilst I personally have not yet had the chance of joining your honoured ranks, as I was at work when our burglary occured, I am eager to do my bit. Always remember that Plod can not arrest all of us, and that the Criminal Protection Service will either become a usefull arm of Government, or go out of use completely.
 
#3
I am awaiting the bleating, whining, Facebook tributes, teddys bungeed to lamposts and the (now) inevitable rioting, as the stabee was simply:

i) Misunderstood
ii) A good father
iii) A loving son

Who was only exercising his Human Right to threaten his way into someone else's gaff with a view to ransacking it. Pound to a penny this twat will have reams of previous and is on bail for a similar episode. Good riddance, and hats off to the householder for showing some spuds in the face of the enemy.
 
#5
Irish Burglars are looking at going on strike...
 

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