Nanny and her police are to be congratulated on the time and money spent on the investigation of "the Nation's sweetheart" Anne Robinson, for her "anti Welsh" comments in 2003.
Seemingly, Nanny was so annoyed at Anne that she spent nearly £4K on a police investigation into the comments.
Mind boggling isn't it?
Dear old Anne, talking about her childhood and the large groups of people from North Wales who shopped at her mother's market stall in Liverpool, branded the Welsh as "irritating and annoying" on the BBC show "Room 101".
Needless to say, 12 people with nothing better to do complained to the police.
Nanny's chum North Wales Police Chief Constable Richard Brunstrom set up an inquiry, and sent two detectives to London to interview Greg Dyke (Head of the BBC).
Don't our police have better things to do with their time?
Anyhoo, after wasting £4K and 96 hours on this "serious crime"; Brunstrom wrote to Dyke, explaining that there was "insufficient evidence" to take the matter to court.
For the record, one superintendent, a detective chief inspector and two detective inspectors were involved in the probe.
Nanny's chum Carl Sargeant, Labour AM for Alyn and Deeside, said:
"I would have expected the investigation to cost a lot more than it did."
Come on, are people now so thin skinned that they have to bring in the police at the first "perceived" trivial insult?
Are our police so inept that they then have to investigate these absurd complaints?