Friday, 4 July 2014

Manhunt!

The attacker of a 14-year-old boy is being sought by police.
And what did this dastardly miscreant do? For clarification, I’m talking about the assaulter, not the assaultee…
The boy, from Westcliff, was grabbed on the neck and shouted at by an elderly man on the number seven bus near to the Anne Boleyn Pub, Southend Road, Rochford, at 3.20pm on April 11. Police enquiries so far have failed to find the man pictured, who is described as being aged over 60, balding, wearing a blue shirt, dark blue gilet, brown leather shoes and cream jeans.
Hmmm. Anyone wondering just why police should be bothering with such a non-issue? Or what prompted the gentleman to take such action?

3 comments:

Fidel Cuntstruck said...

I guess the Police have two trains of thought here - first being the default "vulnerable child" rather than cheeky little scrote, and the second being that a 60 year old is more likely to cough to it, accept a caution and produce a "solved crime" with minimal effort.

JuliaM said...

Sadly probably well-reasoned...

Rightwinggit said...

Never accept a caution, and if they say they will charge you, say you want a trial by jury as is your right.

Watch them fold.