Poetic Justice

Karma does work sometimes:laugh:

I saw this, on the front cover of the Yorkshire Evening Post, when I picked up my Cycling Weekly this morning (1)

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https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co...own-house-broken-into-while-in-jail-1-9841099

I do wonder how sympathic (or not!!) any Police Officers attending the house afterwards were, & if they begged to be able to be the one to tell said scrote, that he'd been burgled!!?



1. Yes!!
A contradiction in terms. I'm old enough to remember when seeing the 'YEP' in shops, or having it delivered before 16:00 was unthinkable
Nowadays, it's out with the morning papers:wacko:
I understand why (costs/supply chain/etc...) but still...………………….

Photo actually taken in the WH Smiths, at the Hospital
 

Drago

Flouncing Nobber
Location
Poshshire
Oh dear. Still, the victim needn't worry - if the offenders are caught they'll get a fine and a community sentence, which will jolly well teach them a lesson.
 

Chris S

Guru
Location
Sparkhill
Karma does work sometimes:laugh:
A contradiction in terms. I'm old enough to remember when seeing the 'YEP' in shops, or having it delivered before 16:00 was unthinkable
Nowadays, it's out with the morning papers:wacko:
In the 1970s the Birmingham Evening Mail also had morning and mid-day editions, and at least two local ones.

Rather ironically, now that it just has one edition, it's just called the Birmingham Mail.
 

yello

Legendary Member
Location
France
Living by the sword...

I used to love local papers (I still like them but my ardour has waned) but found, in the UK anyway, they have a great deal of advertising in them these days - usually cars or real estate. This makes them seem less like newspapers and more like flyers. I know, way of the world etc.
 

twentysix by twentyfive

Clinging on tightly
Location
Over the Hill
So our victim will be providing the police a complete list of all taken will he? :whistle:
 
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