Santa gets the jail!

Brandane

Is it because I lied when I was 17?
Location
Costa Clyde.
Santa came to Glasgow, climbed up onto a local landmark statue, and got arrested for his trouble.
Looks like the local Polis were getting a hard time over it; they were in a bit of a no-win situation as per usual.

Don't worry, @young Ed , this was only a guy in a suit pretending to be Santa; the real one will still be calling on Christmas morning :thumbsup:.
 

Cycleops

Legendary Member
Location
Accra, Ghana
I don't think even @young Ed believes that any more!
 

classic33

Legendary Member
Santa came to Glasgow, climbed up onto a local landmark statue, and got arrested for his trouble.
Looks like the local Polis were getting a hard time over it; they were in a bit of a no-win situation as per usual.

Don't worry, @young Ed , this was only a guy in a suit pretending to be Santa; the real one will still be calling on Christmas morning :thumbsup:.
Only if he's not been naughty though!
 

ScotiaLass

Guru
Location
Middle Earth
Santa came to Glasgow, climbed up onto a local landmark statue, and got arrested for his trouble.
Looks like the local Polis were getting a hard time over it; they were in a bit of a no-win situation as per usual.

Don't worry, @young Ed , this was only a guy in a suit pretending to be Santa; the real one will still be calling on Christmas morning :thumbsup:.
I was laughing so much when I seen this....
Today in our Tai Chi class, which is part of a church complex of halls, we had Santa-gate :eek:

We were happily warming up, when in strolled Santa....excused himself and went into the corner of the hall where he started stripping off!
On his way out (in non-Santa clothes) he asked if we wanted anything (re xmas).
As the door closed, I said rather loudly...'well I don't want to sit on his knee until he puts his clothes back on'!

I am a broken woman!
 

glasgowcyclist

Charming but somewhat feckless
Location
Scotland
Santa came to Glasgow, climbed up onto a local landmark statue, and got arrested for his trouble.
Looks like the local Polis were getting a hard time over it; they were in a bit of a no-win situation as per usual.
Who do you think will have to test his address and inform relatives? And does Scotland have an extradition treaty with Lapland?

GC
 
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