Ooopss....i wonder were I put it

#1
MoD man left gun at Sainsbury's
A Ministry of Defence worker mislaid his automatic pistol in the toilets of a Sainsbury's store, say police.

The weapon, a Sig Sauer 9mm, was left at the store in Bancroft, Hitchin, on Saturday evening and has so far not been found, said Hertfordshire Police.

A police spokesman said the weapon was loaded with 13 rounds of blank ammunition, but could cause injury.

Police have been searching areas near the store and have advised members of the public not to touch it.

Anyone with information about the weapon is asked to call Hertfordshire Police.
Could be fun explaining that one
 
#4
jeez , i wouldn't want to be in his shoes, interview without coffe and bring your chair comes to mind.
 
#5
Pillock :p Why would s/he have a gun in hand on a trip to Sainsbury?!

Stand by to hear of a bank hold-up in the Herts area in the following week :roll:
 
#6
mmmm off base with blanks.....if he's Mod plod dont they trust them with live ammo any more? I mean if they had live they might be able to shoot the bad men if they had to
 
#8
8O 8O Do I hear the unwelcome sound of a board of enquiry and if warranted a courts martial??

PIRA used to love folk like this :twisted: :twisted:
 
#9
epic..... I bet his '1 Up' is well chuffed.


Can only imagine going in to the cubicle to lay a cable then reaching for the good paper and finding a 9mm..... could have been risky if he needed the loo after eating biskit brown.... matter of urgency!!! is this by an chance the same lad who crashed a helicopter in south africa etc etc...... ???
 
#11
Strikes me that monkey boy is not the only one in trouble here. Some basic questions:

Why blanks? Is that SOP in which case not particularly credible security.
If blanks because of training who was the supervisor of the training who allowed the team to quit the range without being cleared and checked?
Was he on duty? In which case why did he leave his post to go shopping?
If off duty is it normal to carry arms when going shopping?

I appreciate that Sainsbury's shoppers can be a little feral at times however armed shopping is a bit OTT.
 
#13
youre barking up the wrong tree here birdie. please don't waste your time thinking about those questions. suffice it to say that somebody could have ample reason to be carrying like that, its perfectly legit, and it sounds like an honest stupid f*ck up. if it's true that is :)
 
#14
CRmeansCeilingReached said:
youre barking up the wrong tree here birdie. please don't waste your time thinking about those questions. suffice it to say that somebody could have ample reason to be carrying like that, its perfectly legit, and it sounds like an honest stupid f*ck up. if it's true that is :)
Noted

cheers

Birdie
 
#15
Standard SOP's

Female officers time of the month. live rounds are replaced with blank rounds safer all round for everyone :)
 
#16
It'll turn up amongst the lipstick, tissues, cuddly toys and reserve Tampax in the poor girlies handbag.
 
#19
Making life taste better? Not for you, Doris. Pull your knickers up, get the tea on, and leave the horrible guns to the big boys.
 
#20
From various reports it seems as if this was a female captain, from Chicksands.

Supposedly she was on exercise (hence the blanks) and popped into the disabled loo in Sainsburys - cr@pping in the woods not good enough for her then?!
 

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