Plausible explanation?

#1
Decided to have a couple of hours in Beamish Open- Air Museum today.


As we bimbled around, there were posters up everywhere asking the owners of a Renault Scenic to get in touch..... even the conductors on the charabancs were shouting it out.


When we were leaving, my wife asked a member of staff what was going on.


She explained that the car was locked in the car park with a distressed hamster inside and they were "monitoring the situation"

Who the hell takes a hamster to a theme park for a day out, then leaves it locked in the car?

Had it misbehaved on the way, and been punished by missing the treat with the rest of the hamsters?


Or was it something more sinister?

Had a family of illegal Peruvian immigrants gone on a day out, then use the Renault as an impromptu slow cooker for their tea?
 
#6
People that leave pets in cars in hot weather are cnuts and should be welded inside iso containers. I have been involved in two such occasions at airshows and on both the car windows went in and the dogs came out - thankfully both alive... just. No tannoy announcements. Nothing. Straight in and no fucking about. This was years back and thankfully anyone turning up these days on-site with a pet in the vehicle gets turned away. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for private parking sites which have rudimentry control of access.
 
#9
People that leave pets in cars in hot weather are cnuts and should be welded inside iso containers. I have been involved in two such occasions at airshows and on both the car windows went in and the dogs came out - thankfully both alive... just. No tannoy announcements. Nothing. Straight in and no fucking about. This was years back and thankfully anyone turning up these days on-site with a pet in the vehicle gets turned away. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for private parking sites which have rudimentry control of access.
Concurred!
Why you shouldn't leave your pets in a car on a hot summer's day. [VIDEO]
 
#10
It's not just pets. While working as a security mong in the West Midlands we spotted a baby that had been left in the car and was going bright pink from the heat. After "Gaining Access" to the vehicle and calling the police, and an ambulance the parents arrived and insisted they'd only been gone two minutes. After viewing CCTV footage of that area, it turned out they'd been gone 25 minutes. Cunts.
 

Grumblegrunt

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#12
^yup hamster is served on a stick
 
#16
How come it's page 2 and nobody's mentioned felching?
 

Joker62

ADC
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#19
Was Porridge_Gun in the area?
 

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