Monday, 22 February 2010

Here we FUCKING go again

What the fucking fuck is it with the plastic plod and cameras?

Police questioned an amateur photographer under anti-terrorist legislation and later arrested him, claiming pictures he was taking in a Lancashire town were "suspicious" and constituted "antisocial behaviour".


For fuck's sake!

"Because of the Terrorism Act and everything in the country, we need to get everyone's details who is taking pictures of the town."


I think I'm going to have an embolism, really. "Because of the Terrorism Act and everything in the country"? How did this fucking imbecile get into a position of even being a plastic plod? And which fucking dildo-brained fuckpiece thought that this imbecile would be a useful addition to community policing?

When are the fucking police going to give up with this shit, stop fucking about with "anti-social behaviour" and start fucking paying attention to crime again?

Oh, and can we please shut down the failed experiment that is the PCSO clusterfuck?

Forehead smacking update: Genius:

Maybe the truth of this is that these PCSOs are simply picking fights with people, in order to prove that they are doing something other than just wandering about rather aimlessly and not really earning whatever they are paid. Maybe it's that simple.

14 comments:

Uncle Marvo said...

Usual cuntishness.

Ah, so you won't let us nick you under the terrorism act. Right, it's breach of the peace then. No, drunk in charge. All right, how about smoking in a public place?

Fuckers.

I want my country back. And I want it NOW.

Leg-iron said...

One day soon, one of those pseudoplods is going to be found in an alley with a large lens rammed somewhere too dark to photograph.

Unless it's fitted with a ringflash.

MTG said...

A wholesale clearout of idiots in uniform has long been overdue in the UK.

Anonymous said...

We've actually got some very good plastic plods round my way, they're part of the community & they do their best. However, plods generally are a waste of space & money - airheads who have watched too much american TV & think they're 'big'

Pogo said...

Look at it another way... If he was arrested then it's another entry in the DNA database.

microdave said...

"we need to get everyone's details who is taking pictures of the town." Why not add "innit" to the end of this sentence?

Not only are the fuckers useless, they can't even talk proper...

As Pogo said they've got another entry on the database, so it was all for a good cause.

Fausty said...

It was a DNA-farming exercise. If the police really did think that they had committed some kind of offence, why were they not charged?

They knew that under the law, they had no case. That's why.

Middle Seaxe said...

You of course don't have to give your details to these raging fucktards. A proper Plod has to arrest you for that. They really are as thick as pigshit some of these PCSOs

http://PhotographerNotaTerrorist.org/bust-card/

Mahesh said...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/bristol/8528476.stm

Uncle Marvo said...

Mahesh's Bristol link, oh, come on ...

"Mr Hampton's mother, Eileen Cock ..."

How did you do that?

Fidel Cuntstruck said...

@ Leg-iron "Psuedoplods"


Me like :0) :0)

David Chiverton said...

Interesting that the security check on Facebook came up with the phrase "repeat arrester" when I posted this piece to my wall.

JuliaM said...

"One day soon, one of those pseudoplods is going to be found in an alley with a large lens rammed somewhere too dark to photograph."

Won't need to be too dark. Any well lit high street in Sussex should suffice... ;)

vanzare apartamente cluj said...

It is so easy to intimidate and to arrest a photographer in the park than to start looking for real criminals ... I think it would be for the best if police want to arrest to have at least one proof