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Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Nanny Bans Nose Blowing II

Ah today is a good news day my loyal readers.

Do you remember, back in the gloomy month of January, that I wrote about Michael Mancini and police cuntstable "Shiny Buttons" (who once recently issued a £50 fixed penalty to a man who accidentally dropped a £10 note in the street) who booked him for blowing his nose whilst his car was out of gear with the handbrake on?

Well, guess what?

A spokesman for the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service said last week:

"After further enquiry and careful consideration of all the facts and circumstances of this case, the procurator fiscal has decided that no further action is required."

In other words, Nanny and her PC "Shiny Buttons" were forced to back down.


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  1. Hooorah indeed Ken, however, it is a sad reflection on our society that this silly incident had to even go this far!!

    Again, too much power given to people with neither the intelligence nor sophistication to use it.
    Years ago, if one applied to join the police, one was subject to psycological examinations and interviews by senior officers to make sure you had both good reasons and sound judgement to become a police officer....Shame we don't have such safeguards now.

  2. Anonymous12:26 PM

    I went through police recruitment back in 2002.

    I passed all the tests apart from the group exercises at the end.

    Apparently I wasn't sympathetic enough with the "customers".

    Go figure.

    With hindsight, I don't feel like I've missed out on anything by not getting in, other than a fat pension in middle age!

  3. Julius Caesar2:27 PM

    What a waste of time and money! With jobsworths like this in the force, we can all sleep more easily in our beds, I don't think!I wonder how this constable would manage dealimg with a real criminal, rather than easy targets? He should be sacked forthwith in my opinion!

  4. There seems to be a tradition in the U.K. that politicians from all parties NEVER criticize the police. All that is ever said is what a good job they do under difficult circumstances and how the crime figures, despite looking like they are going up are, in fact, coming down.

    I am yet to hear anyone in authority say ‘Well actually, the police are crap and desperately need to improve’.

    I am unsure why this is, as anyone who has ever had any dealings with the police is well aware of their shortcomings.

    In recent years they have adopted the view that DNA, zero tolerance and CCTV’s are the way forward.

    This clearly is a mistake that nobody is brave enough to rectify.

  5. microdave6:53 PM

    I trust that PC "Shiny Buttons" will be given some extra training?

    I could have sworn I saw a large porker flying past my window just now.....

  6. Julius Caesar2:32 PM

    Gary said...
    "In recent years they have adopted the view that DNA, zero tolerance and CCTV’s are the way forward."

    But they only seem to adopt zero tollerance towards decent, law-abiding citizens: real criminals appear to be handled much more 'sensitively'.

  7. Anonymous8:44 AM

    Let's crack something open and party like it's 1984!