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With Cillit Bang
Police in 19-hour stand-off with man wielding bottle of Cillit Bang - Telegraph
I hope he has a clean record.
Did it take place in Staines?
Careful kids anionic surfactants are dangerous.
Caught Bang (Cillit) to rights,,,,What a waste of taxpayers money....
Interesting & worrying to see the link to this on the same page :- MI5 feared British police attended terrorist camps - Telegraph
BANG! and the filth is gone.
But only far enough to form a safety cordon.
He was on a one man crusade to wipe out the Filth!
Are the police taught nowdays what a gun looks like ? I would have thought they would all be experts due to the long hours of playing x box/PS3 back at the nick.
They are prosecuting Reckitt Benckiser for breaching trading standards laws, as the description of goods act clearly must mean that said product is some kind of explosive device.
That Cillit-Bang bottle looks suspiciously like a Glock Smith & Wesson in .62 Magnanimous Arctic Express to me. No wonder the Old Bill were worried.
IS THAT A GUN IN YOUR POCKET...? NO, IT'S A SEX TOY; 'Heavy-handed' police swoop to make X-rated arrest. - Free Online Library
It's the nature of the organisation. In such a politically correct, diverse, inclusive etc, etc set up, Health & Safety is God. You can't help an old lady across the road without carrying out a "dynamic risk assessment". It's not that long ago that a woman bled to death because police wouldn't let paramedics in to her house to treat her, even though the whole street were telling them the perpetrator had left the house.
Was it the twat who is on the ads that was holding the bottle? I'd shoot him on sight........
Mate, you don't want to mess with Mr Proper!
Its horrible stuff. What if it got on their expensive hi via jackets?
Serious note. I did notice that "someone" called it in. Plod can only act on info given at face value but why he was charged at the end remains a mystery.
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