Mike Goldens mum ?

#1
Whilst having a quiet Saturday morning, reading "The currant bun" I skipped straight to the most serious articles. Yes, that's right !
"Dear Deidre !" Pages 44 & 45 but in particular Page 45.

I noticed the following topic.

"IS SON POSING AS A SOLDIER ?"

"Dear Deidre, I have found a combat jacket and beret in my son's wardrobe. I'm worried he may be pretending he's a soldier.
He's 19 and already has some military clothing he bought on the internet. I knew about that but not this jacket and beret that appear to be the genuine article.
I'm pretty sure he's wearing this stuff outside and passing himself off as a soldier.
I'm worried he may get into serious trouble but I don't know to bring it up without him thinking I was snooping.


Could this be Mike Golden's Mother ?

If so, Mrs Golden, we feel you're pain !
 
#2
Not being a reader of the Sun on a regular basis, what was the response?
 
#3
The Response is:

Just say you were looking for his dirty washing or something and what you found worried you. Check he knows that falsely passing himself off as a member of the Armed Forces is a crime.
But lots of young people wear this gear as a fashion statement, and not in a way to impersonate a soldier.
 
#4
Since when is the crap we wear fashionable?
 
#5
The Response said:
Just say you were looking for his dirty washing or something and what you found worried you. Check he knows that falsely passing himself off as a member of the Armed Forces is a crime.
But lots of young people wear this gear as a fashion statement, and not in a way to impersonate a soldier.
Since when?
 
#6
Pacifist_Jihadist said:
The Response said:
Just say you were looking for his dirty washing or something and what you found worried you. Check he knows that falsely passing himself off as a member of the Armed Forces is a crime.
But lots of young people wear this gear as a fashion statement, and not in a way to impersonate a soldier.
Since when?
Don't think it's a crime by itself ? But impersonating someone you're not for personal gain could be classed as an act of fraud.

I ain't no legal eagle !
 
#7
Airsofter maybe?
 
#9
wy is u all talkin bout my mum

she parssed p cumpney annaul din she

i saw some of you arrsey peeps on that nails sight called mil.com an i as a loada frends there alreddy dont i now i was a verry seenyer offissa innit.

did u all pass p cumpnee nah i thort not but u carnt all be nails canya ha ha from the genrul.
 
#11
Wouldn't she be a bit worried about his Airborne tat on his chest as well?
 
#12
vampireuk said:
Since when is the crap we wear fashionable?
Since I made it look good.
 
#14
My reply in the Sun would have been:

"Dear Mrs Golden,

Although your pregnacy is somewhat advanced (post natal 19 years 8 months) it is clear that the child is extremely retatarded and will continue to suffer an extremely poor quality of life, especially since Arrsers now no where he lives. It is still not too late to have the foetus aborted.

I can refer you to a private Consultant Gynaecologist who practices locally. £30 all in and a fish supper. He also does dogs with a hammer for £1.00p

Your Sincerely

Dr Walt
The Mengele Clinic
Buenos Aires"
 
#15
walt_of_the_walts said:
My reply in the Sun would have been:

"Dear Mrs Golden,

Although your pregnacy is somewhat advanced (post natal 19 years 8 months) it is clear that the child is extremely retarded and will continue to suffer an extremely poor quality of life, especially since Arrsers now know where he lives. It is still not too late to have the foetus aborted.

I can refer you to a private Consultant Gynaecologist who practices locally. £30 all in and a fish supper. He also does dogs with a hammer for £1.00p

Yours Sincerely

Dr Walt
The Mengele Clinic
Buenos Aires"

There, fixed it for you! :wink:
 
#16
arfah said:
Pacifist_Jihadist said:
The Response said:
Just say you were looking for his dirty washing or something and what you found worried you. Check he knows that falsely passing himself off as a member of the Armed Forces is a crime.
But lots of young people wear this gear as a fashion statement, and not in a way to impersonate a soldier.
Since when?
Don't think it's a crime by itself ? But impersonating someone you're not for personal gain could be classed as an act of fraud.

I ain't no legal eagle !
Ain't no legal eagle? You're damn tootin'!

The Uniform Act 1894 said:
...It shall not be lawful for any person not serving in Her Majesty’s Military Forces to wear without Her Majesty’s permission the uniform of any of those forces, or any dress having the appearance or bearing any of the regimental or other distinctive marks of any such uniform...
 
#18
The Uniform Act 1894 said:
...It shall not be lawful for any person not serving in Her Majesty’s Military Forces to wear without Her Majesty’s permission the uniform of any of those forces, or any dress having the appearance or bearing any of the regimental or other distinctive marks of any such uniform...
So why aren't there regular prosecutions today then? Is it because speeding fines are soooo much easier?
 

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