If you live near the coast. Most of the drugs and illegal guns in the uk come ashore via small boats at night. Speak to your local border force.Only coastal Sea fish, no deer. Digging badgers or drugs would be best guess. They arrived mid afternoon going of the ANPR though then left 01.30... very suspicious anyway
aye same with us, work from their house with a couple of cars packed full.I agree with you - but why? Hermes in particular are as cheap as chips. There is a Hermes 'depot' (actually a 2 parking bay, 1000 sq ft industrial unit) about 20mins from us. Frankly it's filthy. No room for vans to load, they load everywhere else on the estate, on the kerbs and in the road, annoying other users big time and spreading parcels out all over the roadway. We collect from there sometimes if spares have been sent and they've missed us. Apparently HSE and the local council have all been there but I guess they are looking the other way
How some of the cars that you see there are legal, I've no idea, they are stacked to the gunwales with zero visibility and some have kids on board too. Perhaps that's why its so cheap...... here's a photo I took a few months ago. There's plenty others like this
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After lockdown they were busier than Christmas. Our postie said the same thing about Royal Mail, busier than Christmas but with half the staff, many off sick or just staying at home.
Royal Mail and Parcelforce needs reforming into a fit for purpose delivery outfit. It's part of our 'crown jewels' but struggling big time with poor management, entrenched ideas and outdated systems
Now back to the firearms under the bed....
one of our part-timers admits to having taken up borrowing the odd pheasant from the local estate when he was a pup.I’m sure my grandad said he had a couple of cartridges handy that had wheat in them, just in case, could that be right ?
Back in the 60's we used to have girl guides camping one week each year in one of our fields. Used to get trouble from young lads coming up from a local village. Father had the same, a handful of 12 bore cartridges loaded with wheat to deter them.
one of our part-timers admits to having taken up borrowing the odd pheasant from the local estate when he was a pup.
That was until Lord so and So (title withheld for legal reasons) caught him, hollered something about 'you thieving young bu**ers', and shot him in the backside with salt charged 12 bore.
My man happily admits that it hurt like hell, and cured him of the desire.
(bears no grudge at all...)
Bet this came keen !“just let the dog grab your fore arm” and see if you’re capable of doing anything other than screaming...
Was talking to a guy I know other day hes a ridgeback says wot cracking dog . Didn't say about blacks as not got many this way nothing against em though. i know some really good ones.I had a racist dog. Rhodesian Ridgeback, quite a placid dog but completely flipped out when it saw any black person. Not my doing and we had it from a pup
That dog needs shot and that officer needs to lose his handler licence until he's completed intensive retraining, including use of a break stick!
Had a black lab like that, soft as you like until it saw one, then just went completely mental, fortunately not many round these partsI had a racist dog. Rhodesian Ridgeback, quite a placid dog but completely flipped out when it saw any black person. Not my doing and we had it from a pup
The officer should be sacked and prosecuted. He never told the dog to stop.
nope. The courts and judicial system had put any punishment after the case. Innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The police should not have the power to inflict physical punishment to anyone. Once he was incapacitated (and he was at the start of the video), the dog was redundant and should have been removed.Like I say depends on circumstances on wot that person had done ? Or if he'd done nothing then it's out of order end of.