HOW LONG CAN YOU HOLD IT IN?

#1
This chap has held off going to the loo for 37 days because he is suspected of swallowing a drugs cache.

Suspected drug dealer 'who swallowed his stash' at risk of death after refusing to go the toilet for 37 days

I should think that as he has gone to such extremes then the suspicions are correct.

Apparently he is still eating and drinking, how does that work? Surely it will come to a point where its going to come out whether he likes it or not, I wouldn't want to be one of those two police officers on watch when that happens.

How long do you think you could hold out?
 
#2
Oh well he will go out on a high then if the drugs burst, could be worse he could be a granny hitter?
 

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#3
I'm sure I saw this yesterday.
 
#4
I'm sure I saw this yesterday.
And at 'regular' intervals since he was arrested. It's not news, it's just an old shit story.

No doubt Harlow police will log the tsunami and then, having flushed out another druggie with crap toilet admin they'll all bog off home.
 
#7
Ever the optimist eh... when this excretion eventually sees daylight it will probably have to be transported directly to landfill on the back of a low loader.

They will make a film about it called 'The Unflushables'. The story line will be shit of course.
 
#9
To dump or not to dump
That is the question , whether it is nobler in the mind
To withhold the evidence
Or forever hold your ring piece



With regards to Bill Sheakspear
 
#10
This is no laughing matter. He is clearly heading for a Mr Creosote type incident. It'll be ugly. Blood, sh1t and half dissolved condoms everywhere. Some poor bugger will need to clean that lot up.

Clearly we need to send in @dingerr to make this bloke safe before he goes off. There could be sympathetic detonations of all the other drug mules that are banged up in the nick.

Dingerr - your country needs you, again.
 
#11
The Southern African diamond mining solution should be applied; anyone suspected of ramming a package up their posterior is placed in a cell with a potty, after an X-ray photograph is taken. Good quality food and water is provided. There may or may not be a laxative in the water (who can tell?), and the potty is regularly examined by the junior security officer on duty, under surveillance and supervision. Relief is karmic.
 
#12
The Southern African diamond mining solution should be applied; anyone suspected of ramming a package up their posterior is placed in a cell with a potty, after an X-ray photograph is taken. Good quality food and water is provided. There may or may not be a laxative in the water (who can tell?), and the potty is regularly examined by the junior security officer on duty, under surveillance and supervision. Relief is karmic.
This (Harlow) chap's relief will be cosmic, epic, catastrophic, titanic, toxic and every other 'ic' you can possibly think off never mind karmic.

Just glad I left Harlow when I did.
 
#16
This is no laughing matter. He is clearly heading for a Mr Creosote type incident. It'll be ugly. Blood, sh1t and half dissolved condoms everywhere. Some poor bugger will need to clean that lot up.

Clearly we need to send in @dingerr to make this bloke safe before he goes off. There could be sympathetic detonations of all the other drug mules that are banged up in the nick.

Dingerr - your country needs you, again.
We could send in someone with a better track record.
 
#19
"...we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of prosecution. We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs to avoid capture." - some Guardian-reader posing as a policeman.
 

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