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Broken Arrow says: Bankers, recruitment consultants, politicians. What professions do you hate and why?

(, Thu 27 May 2010, 12:26)
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The Police Force
As most have said on this board, I respect some of them and the hard job they do. I am happy they are there and need to be looked after but....

There are the cuntbags in the force.
Once (on the first of the month) I was stopped as my tax disk was out of date. Foolishly I bought a new one weeks back as soon as the letter came through but had just forgotton to put it in the car. I explained this to the cop who took the details down while the others checked my details. The Cop was civil and I helped all i could because, yes I was in the wrong here. Not a problem...

Sadly one of the cops seemed to make it his job to wander about to me and the others they had pulled over to ask me and them "why we ever thought we would get away with it" and didnt we know he could have our cars crushed".

Now when some cunt ran their car into the side of mine, the investigating twat (cop) kept going on about his key witness who saw the traffic light I went through was red. A week later when I twigged the man could not have possible seen the light without x-ray vision I called the crash investigator to inform him this witness was talking shite (in a nicer way). He responded by pulling another witness out his arse claiming I was spotted "changing down a gear"...

Very sadly the case was dropped against me. I say sadly becuase I would have enjoyed proving to the court the key witness was talking shit, watching them prove someone from 300 yards away can see what gear your in and asking about the conclusion of the breathaliser test which was never carried out but somehow all the documents were filled in?

Just to add I have a police friend and went on his stag with 10 coppers and they were all good people and a good night was had by all.

appart from them... I hope they all get raped.
(, Tue 1 Jun 2010, 11:31, 3 replies)
I was stopped and searched when busking, and half way through, the copper stops a random passer-by, and gives them the third degree - where they're from, name etc. He lets them go, then goes "He was taking the piss out of me stopping and searching you, so I thought I'd inconvenience him for a while".

However, the ones that dealt with our car crash at new year were friendly, professional and just what we needed in such a scare.
(, Tue 1 Jun 2010, 11:36, closed)
Cunty policemen
I'm a Court-appointed expert in real life so I go on assignments with the police from time to time, interviewing suspects, searching houses, etc. It's great fun and all the coppers I've met as part of the job have been sterling.


Over the weekend my crazy neighbour invited two random drunkards into her home, as she does with depressing frequency. By midday on Sunday the two blokes were absolutely blitzed on every wine and spirit they could find in the house, and as I was starting to make lunch I got to witness one of them being slung out of the house by the other, his jumper pulled up over the head and everything from the neck up covered in blood. Called the ambulance, and three very nice, friendly but authoritative* ambulancemen turned up and took the victim off to hospital.

Fifteen minutes later two plod turned up and made it very clear from the moment they arrived that they objected to being dragged away from their Sunday lunch in front of the footy. They were obnoxious, aggressive and blatantly couldn't give a toss about the victim or anyone else involved. Anyone trying to say anything or ask any questions was virtually shouted down. Their whole mien said "Go ahead: try to start something. I fucking dare you."

Now I know your average beat bobby gets dogs' abuse on a weekly if not daily basis, but I was mildly shocked to see they had become so blasé to the human condition that they were automatically lairy with everyone.

*Yes - it is possible! Lesson for the two policemen there.
(, Tue 1 Jun 2010, 15:02, closed)
Car tax...
Parked in the local pub car park to go and get my tax disc this morning - the coppers around here like to lurk outside the post office and ticket cars for no tax...while the owners are in getting tax.

I know strictly speaking any vehicle parked on the road and failing to show a current tax disc is illegal - but FFS, give the people 10 minutes grace!

Anyway, as I came out of the post office clutching my shiny new disc, what did I see? Uh huh, a copper ticketing his second untaxed vehicle.
(, Tue 1 Jun 2010, 16:16, closed)

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