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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Nanny Bans Jerry

I am gemused to read that the residents of Aylesford have been banned by Nanny from filling up Jerry Cans (fuel cannisters) with petrol at their local petrol stations.

For why?

Nanny is worried that these may be used by erstwhile rioters to start a riot.

Fair enough except:

1 Aylesford is not an inner city centre.

2 The people who do this use the fuel for their lawnmowers.

3 Rioters and other dickheads tend not to bother wandering along to petrol stations to buy fuel, they simply syphon it off from other people's cars.

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  1. Yet another example of Hi-Viz clad morons bossing others around because they can.

    I understand that this "request" came from the police; it is yet another example of the honest, law abiding majority being punished for the actions of others. If the police spent more time out on the streets on the beat and less time watching CCTV and computer screens, then the levels of anti social behaviour, or criminality and thuggary as I prefer to call it, would be reduced.

    We are the state; do as you're told or we'll 'ave you.

  2. Adrian11:09 AM

    Fortunately I don't live in Aylesford, though I am not far away so there is always the chance that my local Nanny will want to get in on the act.

    In the event that this happens I will just have to take a leaf from the rioters notebooks and go and fill my wife's petrol car with unleaded and when I get home syphon some off into my jerry can. This of course will expose me to great danger and I wouldn't be surprised to find plod feeling my collar.

  3. Anonymous1:18 PM

    I'm not sure that the police have any right to do this.

    Surely, if approached by one of these idiots and requested to stop filling your jerry can it would automatically provoke a shock in the person doing the 'alleged' filling which would result in a pouring of the said 'criminal' liquid all over the said officer's apparel and it cerrtainly wouldn't be beyond the imagination that the person involved was going to light up a cigarette and accidentally set the poor officer alight as in 'mini-riot' mode and then make a quick getaway on his lawnmower

    fucking mad

  4. Mjolinir7:56 PM

    IMHO, the use by Ken of the term 'Jerry can' might be seen as referring to 'the war'.

    This automatically invokes Godwin's Law, and - by Blogging convention - prohibits discussion on the subject.

  5. Mjolinir: I'll admit that I'm a little too young to immediately associate 'Jerry' with the War...I initially associated it with a certain cartoon mouse!!

    (I'm 24.)