Tracking device...fitted to a false leg.

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by CaptainSkinboat, Feb 13, 2009.

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  1. i remember reading a good few months ago, about police cars getting seriously damaged because officers kept on putting the wrong type of fuel into their cars.

    and to my extreme amusement this morning read a fantasticl article, and i quote.

    "TAGGED Bret Ravenhill spent three months fighting the urge to break his curfew - after the tracking device was fitted to his FALSE LEG. Bret, 29 - convicted of possessing cannabis - was amazed when a group 4 security worker failed to spot his left leg was made of metal and DETACHABLE :roll:

    just makes you really appreciate the common sence of todays legal system...
  2. Since when has a Group 4 Securicor worker been a bobby?

  3. Hole

    No Police involvement with his tagging it was done and monitored by Group4Securicor a private company. Perhap you would like to edit the thread title.
  4. They're just the privatised wing :)
  5. fair enough, my mistake. il sort it.
  6. I'd ask for a link, but I'll not bother as from the way it's written i'd guess it's a Sun article.
  7. yea, spot on.
  8. I heard that the tag had to go on the false leg as that leg was unable to claim a hindrance to Human Rights.