Sunday, 24 April 2011

They Always Know Their Own...

The informant said: “In Bobby’s words, he said that this crew had done over his house a couple of times where he was growing drugs.

“On this particular evening, he had come home to find his door kicked in and immediately realised that he had been burgled again.

“He went straight off and looked up the road and saw someone looking in his direction and they made eye contact.

“I think Bobby realised that this guy was connected to the crew that had robbed him previously, and then he ran so Bobby gave chase and eventually caught up with the man.

“He said ‘I eventually caught up with him and managed to get the better of him in a fight and put him on the ground. I was on my knees astride him, punching him in the face’.

“The man must have been sweating a lot and Bobby smelled the smell of his own skunk weed and this infuriated him.”
What a talent! L'Oreal and Dior would surely have snapped him up, if only he hadn't turned to crime...

5 comments:

Quiet_Man said...

I'm surprised he didn't claim he was telepathic too as opposed to psychopathic/sociopathic which he assuredly is.
These tales of the underclass get more and more weird as time goes by.

steveshark said...

Nah...stick him in a kennel, feed him Pedigree Chum and use him as a sniffer dog.
He might as well pay for his keep.

steveshark said...

@Quiet Man

"These tales of the underclass get more and more weird as time goes by."

Well, they can afford better drugs...

banned said...

Guy Ritchie could use that as a subplot in his next movie (Lock Stock... Snatch).

JuliaM said...

"These tales of the underclass get more and more weird as time goes by."

I always thought the US had the monopoly on mad crims, but clearly not!

"... use him as a sniffer dog.
He might as well pay for his keep."


Probably harder to housetrain, though...

"Guy Ritchie could use that as a subplot in his next movie (Lock Stock... Snatch)."

Heh!