Discussion in 'The ARRSE Hole' started by northern_one, Sep 21, 2007.

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  1. I have just heard on BBC Radio 1 that two community support officers (you know the police TA) refused to jump into a 6ft deep pond to save a drowning boy, who was in turn trying to save his drowning little sister because.... wait for it..... they werent trained to do so!!! So let me get this? They aren't trained to swim I can understand that. But were is the training that states they will protect and serve the community? Or the fact that it's common, human decency to help someone in need. Is this what todays society is coming too? Please feel free to correct me if i'm wrong or I missing a point here. I am totally astonished!
  2. read. the. other. posts.
  3. It's not his fault..... :D he's from up North
  4. Which one?
  5. which one mate, i cant find it. Probably just being a tard again. cheers
  6. cheers viloent you know what they say yorkshire folk 'thick int arm thick int ed!!!!'