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Friday, April 25, 2008

The Dangers of Sausage Rolls

Sausage Rolls
Nanny has taken her automatic fines for "littering" to new and absurd levels, as Sarah Davies of Hull found to her cost recently.

Miss Davies was feeding her four year old daughter, Chloe, a sausage roll in public when a piece dropped on the pavement.

Can you guess what happened next?

Yes, that's right, Nanny's spies from Hull's "environment crime unit" (a big name for small minded people) spotted it and fined her £75 for "littering".

Nanny's spies even threatened her with arrest for refusing to give her name.

The real irony of this "littering" offence being that the pigeons had already eaten the piece of sausage roll that had fallen on the pavement.

Does this mean then that people who feed the birds will be fined for "littering" as well?

Needless to say, this is a very easy source of revenue for Nanny and her acolytes in her local councils. Could this be the real reason for their bone headed attitude?

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10 comments:

  1. Ken wrote:

    'Does this mean then that people who feed the birds will be fined for "littering" as well?'

    In Bristol this has already happened. Some elderly chap who fed the birds in his local park was fined last year after local council 'officials' photographed him feeding the birds.

    Oddly, I had a run in with an 'official' after I had the temerity to sweep up rubbish outside my house. Apparently I was not allowed to do that as it was the job of council roadsweepers and I was not covered by assorted regulations. I pointed out that we had not seen a road sweeper in about 14 years and most of the mess was caused by council binmen (I refuse to call them refuse management operatives).

    So, it looks like here, as in many places you are damned if you do and damned if you don't and if they can fine you then they will.

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  2. Kerching!!
    There goes Nanny's tills again.

    This has got to be the ideal case for the woman concerned to challenge.....Show me the evidence should be her request which of course they can't as it has been eaten.
    Isn't it ironical that, the most fine happy councils are mostly Labour councils, that is the party that was set up to take care of the workers and to champion the poor. The very people they are now victimising.

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  3. number 612:01 PM

    As I have said before, challenge every idiot assertion from nanny and her goons.

    The lady should state that she was being sexually harassed and felt threatend by the attitude of the council goon - and anyway if there was a child present what are they doing near him/her without a police clearance, clearly causing distress to a child must be good for some kind of retribution on the morons that nanny employs to do her bidding.

    All of the cretins I have had the mispleasure to meet (and there have been many as I own property in London and on the south coast and have to deal with two councils) are total pencil squeezers and form shufflers who could not get a job in the 'real world' if their worthless lives depended upon it.

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  4. Anonymous12:01 PM

    Hull? Hmm.

    Could they charge Prescott with pollution following his 'admitted' bulimia?

    If not, why not.

    (Mind you perhaps bulimia would be a defence against charges of "littering by throwing up" after a kebab?)

    I wonder if he ever dropped a morsel of food when out and about in his constituency?

    I usually carry a small digital camera making possible a visual record of events, if required, and an audio record too.

    Could be fun if anyone should ever attempt to impose a penalty.



    Grant

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  5. Anonymous2:31 PM

    Am surprised the obesity Stasi didn't follow up with another fine for feeding the child a sausage roll.

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  6. grumpy3:08 PM

    I trust that the pigeons were impounded/arrested and charged with 'concealing evidence'.

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  7. archroy5:39 PM

    I emailed Hull council about this and got their standard holding reply:

    Thank you for your feedback to Hull City Council. You will receive an acknowledgment shortly and if you have submitted a
    complaint will receive a response within 10 working days from the relevant service area.

    If you need to follow up your original feedback or are unsatisfied with the response you receive it would be helpful if you could include the following service request number 4360517

    I'll let you know if I get anything else.

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  8. grumpy6:46 PM

    Those of you with long memories may recall that a couple of weeks ago I e-mailed a Mr. Martin of Poole Council regarding his organisations terrorist tactics: unlike archroy, I haven't even received an acknowledgement. Perhaps everyone at Poole is too busy chasing 'criminals' to answer their e-mails.

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  9. Anonymous8:19 PM

    Hull City Council sound like a bunch of wotnots to me!

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  10. 'Does this mean then that people who feed the birds will be fined for "littering" as well?'
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    Has happened here too.
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    http://tinyurl.com/6orsxr

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