I can relate to that, although the cops appeared within minutes of the JCB being fired up, and before we made it onto a public road.
The fish seller said: 'They said there was a swarm of flies at the front of the van, so decided to search it. All of them said they'd assumed there was a body inside.'
She claimed the officers were laughing as they explained to her how they 'decided to break into the van when they assumed the smell was a rotting body'.
Thick twat, and here's another one - Smoker landed with £870 bill after dropping cigarette end in Hove -
If she hadn't given false details, and paid the fixed penalty of £75, she would have saved herself £795.But when she was approached by litter police asking for her name and address, she “provided false or inaccurate details”. As a result of her littering, which happened on Friday 10 May, Brighton and Hove City Council took her to court on Wednesday (7 August)
Brighton magistrates heard the case in her absence and found her guilty of providing false or inaccurate details as well as littering. Russell, of Bridge Close, Lancing, was fined £220 for each offence and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £30 and prosecution costs of £400, making £870 in total.
but if she gave false info (fake name and address i'm assuming), how did they find her?Thick twat, and here's another one - Smoker landed with £870 bill after dropping cigarette end in Hove -
The Devon-based Midweek Herald has issued the apology after the front page of its Cranbrook edition erroneously reported professional rugby union side Harlequins would be holding the camp at Cranbrook Rugby Football Club.
However, no such club exists in the town and Harlequins were actually holding the event at Cranbrook RFC in Kent – 206 miles away.
The error appeared on the front of the Herald’s 14 August issue, and last week an apology appeared in the paper, which is based in nearby Clyst Honiton.
Shafted?I can't make the full copy from Twitter come up, but basically
"Volunteers polish giant's erection by hand. It will take two weeks. Pictured are a group of men concentrating on the shaft and balls"