Detectives are hunting an alleged 'prolific shoplifter' who is suspected of knifing a beloved 87-year-old busker to death in broad daylight following a 'street robbery gone wrong' in a row over the pensioner's charity cash.
Local security guards at the Tesco superstore where Mr O'Halloran frequently busked outside warned the alleged knifeman had often been kicked out of local shops on suspicion of shoplifting on a handful of other occasions.And why did they kick him out, rather than calling the police? Because they knew there was no point. The police don't bother.
A country where the local Tesco has to have security guards in the first place is a country that's lost its way, and that's before you get to having pensioners stabbed to death in their mobility scooters in broad daylight, isn't it?