Classic comments from ‘The Register’

In light of the Government’s re-think of what to call thugs and yobs and how they should be ‘suitably’ punished, The Register, always a good one for giving the middle finger to authority and saying what everyone is thinking but doesn’t dare say, came up with this gem:

Police officer: “Oi, get out of your neighbour’s car and stop smoking that dope, you little sh*t.”
Teen tearaway: “I ain’t no little sh*t copper, cos the ‘ome office says so. I’m an anti-social behaviour practitioner and me solicitor will have yer a*** for this slanderous outrage.”
Police officer: “I do most sincerely apologise. Would you desist from your anti-social practices forthwith and accompany me to the nearest police station where counselling will be made immediately available?”
Teen tearaway: “Yeah, OK, as long as I get to drive.”

If only the fact that it’s so worringly true wasn’t what’s so funny…


Senior Content Development for Microsoft writing about Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Model train nerd. Occasionally I play video games.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *