Gloucestershire Police have appealed to Cotswold residents to come forward and finger their bras and knickers after they arrested a man on suspicion of burglary and theft and uncovered a cache of mystery smalls. The unidentified man was arrested on June 27 and is on bail pending further enquiries. However, during their …
Knicker knicker nicked!
"They are appealing for anyone in the Bussage area "who believes their underwear could have been taken" to get in touch, so that they can establish whether the foundation garments are stolen or not."
"I'm not sure, I'll have to check by sniffing them" said a Mrs Windowlicker through her beard.
I idly clicked on the "Bras" tag at the bottom of the article and found 25 articles, including at least one that had nothing to do with airbag restraint (I didn't look at all of them).
I'm not even sure this article is directly relevant, otherwise the title would have made mention of an iden-titty parade. It would have been appropriate, given that it occurred in Bustage.
Try the "Kickers" tag
Waste of time!
All very amusingfor them to have their own Arnold Lane, but on serious note, what a waste of time and money!
.... is a load of pants!
DNA database to the rescue!!
See you all reckoned the DNA database was a big pile of pants, but now the police have got err a big pile of pants to deal with they can just look for blood stains and .... yeah, I'm going for lunch before fully thinking about this plan.
Wouldn't it be easier for the thief to just go to M&S, or, if "used" is required, then from the internet?
OK, that pair of lightly soiled panties pictured with a young attractive oriental lovely might actually have been stained by her 60 year old uncle, but it spares the, (presumably ignominious?), experience of being publicly branded a knicker nicker.
Look, I've got the receipts!
Maybe that is his defence? On the other hand, is there much difference between being publicly branded a pervert who steals underwear, or a pervert who buys used underwear?
Hi name's not Arnold Layne, is it?
He had a 'strange hobby' too.
Moon shine washing line
Glad to see I'm not the only one who remembers the classics.
"a handful of bras"
any more than a handful is a waste...
"some 15-20 unidentified pairs of knickers"
Cor! I'd like to see my bird wearing those!
Where was I?
Risk to the public
"come forward and finger their bras and knickers "
do that in front of a copper and you'd probably get arrested.
Looks like I have just found myself a new job!
up on bras,
gets suspendered sentence
"Here, some wierdo stole your underwear, but we found it and you can have it back now!"
Am I the only one who would say "No thanks..."?
I think for any of former owners to want them back they would have to be kinkier than the thief.
So the policeman who arrested this guy...
... would be the knicker-nicker nicker?
who managed, in the nick-er time, to "nip" it in the bud?
bras is a handful, does it depend on size?
"a handful of bras"
Aren't they confusing the garments with the contents?
I rather fancy that there might be more takers for this identity parade if it involved having real-life models sporting the goods, and with males coming forward to represent their partners.....
Paris because I'd like to claim her undies.
...residents to come forward and finger their bras and knickers
That is all.
"and a handful of bras"
Oh that generated images that were oh so... male. :)
Do knickers always come in pairs? - like drawers in chests?
The correct term is...
"SNOWDROPPING" as in (n) Snowdropper, (adj)snowdropping, snowdropped,
FACT. Look it up in the Australian MacQuarie Dictionary.
Oh, we don't have teh interwabs down 'ere; it's full of commies, heathens, kiddie fiddlers and, aherm, snowdroppers.
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