well of course
If there had been no trial how would the coppers have explained spending the evening in a nice warm bar full of Girls who wanted to see a policeman's truncheon.
The 24-year-old stripogram charged with possessing offensive weapons after Aberdeen's finest spotted him en route to a gig carrying two batons and a spray canister has been cleared on all charges, the Telegraph reports. Aberdeen uni genetics student Stuart Kennedy was clocked wearing a fake police uniform by two officers on 17 …
The stripper should quite clearly have worn a coat over his uniform if he was going to be out in public and there was a reasonable possibility he might be mistaken for a real cop.
The real cops should have told him the above and let him go on his way.
Who comes out worst? Well, I would venture to suggest the ones who wasted thousands of pounds of the taxpayers money bringing a pointless prosecution. The cops responsible should be sacked and the stripper hired in their place.
Tell me how real that uniform in the top picture looks. If the cops round your way really have "STRIPPER" printed across the backs of their jackets, I think you may just have strayed into some Village People fantasy sequence by accident...
Well I think that he should have been fined at least $222,000, because who knows how many other times he might have posed as a stripper, potentially millions.
What we need is consistency in the application of the law, then we can rest assured that justice really is being done.
At least one of the coppers was a woman.
"Pc [Fiona] Duncan added: "We went into the bar to make sure we could keep an eye on him."
"Later that night, Pc Duncan took Mr Kennedy to Grampian Police headquarters for questioning.
It doesn't say what sex here colleague was, or how closely she kept an eye on him. I wonder if it was on his truncheon?
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