Years ago, after watching the Italian job - the real one not the dodgy Septic remake - we drove a mini down some concrete stairs "to see what would happen". An axle broke and we spilled a lot of dirty oil onto some very pristine white steps and had to do a very swift recovery exercise. Yesterday I cleaned out the medicine cupboard and decided to throw away all of the time -expired and non-essential drugs. I decided that with a two and a half year old Fenianette on the loose, a lab who thinks "in the bin" means "my food" and a teenage son that merely gashing this stuff was too risky. By the time I had emptied the drugs out of their packaging I had a kitchen bowl full of them. So to the lavvy and hey-ho into the pan...Now, in the movies these drugs would have disappeared and the cops would have been frustrated. In real life I still have a loo-bowl full of diclofenac, diazepam and temazepam plus assorted anti-biotics... What other things that aren't quite like they are in the movies, apart from holding a handgun on its side and getting ten rounds in the inner of course, can you think off?