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Bang to Rights.

Postby delbert on Mon May 08, 2017 5:04 pm

Anyone ever been caught up to no good? A bit of thievery, cheating, masturbation, shagging etc.
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Have you ever caught someone else up to no good? A bit of thievery, cheating, masturbation, shagging etc.

A bit ashamed of this one to be honest, when I was about 14 I got caught riding my bike on the pavement twice in an hour by the same copper.........
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby sendô on Mon May 08, 2017 5:21 pm

Got told off by a plained clothes nazi for ****ing a fag butt on the floor outside paddington green police station when I was about 18.
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby stuboy on Mon May 08, 2017 5:23 pm

****ing a fag butt


Each to their own but in broad daylight?? :shock:
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby warp on Mon May 08, 2017 5:31 pm

caught?!? Image
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby delbert on Mon May 08, 2017 6:15 pm

I also got caught sniffing the drivers seat of a bus that was very recently vacated by a female driver of the brassy milf type. I was only about 19 at the time and a trainee bus mechanic, the saucy look she gave me when she came back for her ticket machine and caught me was sheer filth.
In hindsight I should have started with that one instead of the bike on the pavement effort......
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby DasNutNock on Mon May 08, 2017 6:32 pm

Got caught evading my train fare, after many many years of evading my train fare. Had just passed my driving test and was on my last ever rail commute when - instead of just selling me a ticket like every other guard had done over the years - the guard got in a huff and started threatening me with criminal prosecution. Train pulled in to my station as he was mid-threat and I simply said "I'll be off, then. Bye!", stepped off the train and went on my way.
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby the celestial insect on Mon May 08, 2017 6:40 pm

I was caught by a nosey policeman doing stuff with my then girlfriend in her Fiat Panda in a carpark one night. The worse of it was that the gf was so stunned (the windows were steamed up and we didn't see his approach) that it took her a suspiciously long time to tell the cop that she was fine. I actually had to say to her, 'will you please tell him?'
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby Hammer1972 on Mon May 08, 2017 6:44 pm

The signage was clear, no excuses. 9 items in my basket...
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby FreeWheeling on Mon May 08, 2017 6:56 pm

Some serious nice piece was walking up the road towards me and my mate, I quietly said something along the lines of "absolute stunner 12 O'clock"
As she drew level she said thank you, I can only guess by her voice that she was deaf and could lip read



My dad had a good one, him and his mate Chicken George were caught by the old bill trying to have it away with some paving slabs, as they loaded the car up it sank up to the axle in the soft ground
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby only1post on Mon May 08, 2017 8:19 pm

When I was a kid I threw a stone/half brick at the back of a 165 bus in Rainham.
Only problem was my mum was sitting on the back seat.
Had a sore arse that night.
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby Iron-worx on Mon May 08, 2017 8:34 pm

delbert wrote:A bit ashamed of this one to be honest, when I was about 14 I got caught riding my bike on the pavement twice in an hour by the same copper.........


Strange you should say that, when I was about 14 a copper in a panda car caught me giving my mate a crossy on the way home from school...

When he'd drove off I said to my mate jump back on...

The copper went once around the block and caught us again hardly any distance further along the road :lol:
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby vietnammer on Mon May 08, 2017 9:33 pm

Stumbling home from a pub I stopped to relieve myself in the forecourt of a derelict garage. Cop car comes along and put their full beam on me. They must have been laughing their necks off seeing me struggling to put it away mid-slash and getting it all down my leg.
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Postby WHU Independent on Mon May 08, 2017 10:06 pm

I had a day off work and so did this woman I was seeing at the time, so she come round for a bit of how's your father.

I was in flagrante delicto at the time, when I heard the bedroom door open and my mum walks in - she's come round to deliver a parcel I had delivered to her address!

With great aplomb she said "I assume you two would like a cup of tea then, I'll just go and put the kettle on," and then left for the kitchen.

The woman said "What do I do now?"

I said "Well if you put your knickers on, that would be a good start!"

So we got dressed and sheepishly sat in the living room with her talking pleasantries over a cup of tea. It was made worse coz my mum had never met her before :)
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby The Old Man of Storr on Tue May 09, 2017 8:09 am

1. When I was around 8 or 9 myself and my best mate , Gwil decided we would walk up to Parys Mountain which stood about 3 miles from where we lived ' to hunt for wolves ' .
Parys Mountain supplied the world with copper during the 1780s and in 1964 was a very dangerous place to walk around it being dotted with deep lying mine shafts guarded by the odd bit of barbed wire - when I was aged around 15 a young boy fell to his death down one of the shafts . Nowadays it's a tourist attraction , made safe with colourful rocky paths taking you around the mountain .
We set off with Gwil's little mongrel dog , Dumpling and we took a bread knife each ' for weapons ' .
We'd gone about two miles when a police panda car stopped ' You're not up to anything bad are you boys ? ' - he must have seen us trying to stuff our ' weapons ' up our jumpers , ' Off home now ' .
And off home we went , relieved at not being arrested and not having to face wolves armed only with a bread knife .

2. I must have been 19 or 20 when one winter's night I went drinking with a mate at a hotel near Cemaes Bay , 6 miles from my home in Amlwch - Stella Artois had come to Anglesey and this hotel was the only place for miles to serve it - having been brought up on Lees' Lager the foulest beverage to pass man's lips the attraction of a brand new French lager was great .
I must have quaffed 3 or 4 pints of Stella and was 3 miles from home when I spied the lights of another car coming behind us , as it neared I saw it was a Police minivan - I turned down the narrow road between Burwen and Amlwch which goes past the local cemetary , stuck my Marina 1.3 into 3rd gear and put my foot down engine screaming with the police car hot on our trail . My mate who by now was facing the rear screen was giving me a running commentary on how far away the police were and as I approached Amlwch I double - backed onto the road for Rhosgoch and lost our pursuer.
A year later my mate joined the North Wales Police . :)

ps that was my first and last Police chase .
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby Kludgehammer on Tue May 09, 2017 10:12 am

vietnammer wrote:Stumbling home from a pub I stopped to relieve myself in the forecourt of a derelict garage. Cop car comes along and put their full beam on me. They must have been laughing their necks off seeing me struggling to put it away mid-slash and getting it all down my leg.


I'd forgotten all about this one, until your story reminder me.

Coming home from a pub with a mate, I rushed into the lower-level of a multi-storey car park to relieve myself. Coming up the exit ramp, I find a cop car parked into the exit with its headlights on - they'd obviously spotted me and thought I was about to demonstrate my car-jackling skillz, so rocked up to improve their arrest numbers. They couldn't decide whether to grin or be annoyed when they realised what what actually happening.
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby Nap on Tue May 09, 2017 10:21 am

I got caught taking a carrier bag at the self-service till without paying the 5p.
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby Dover KUMB fan on Tue May 09, 2017 10:38 am

Not me, but my brother in law Ian in Scotland.
He is an avid Rangers fan, & forever getting lifted at football for scrapping as a teenager in the late 80's / early 90's.
He got brought home by the old bill the week before the old firm game, & his parents grounded him for a week, thus missing the game.
Half an hour before kickoff of the Celtic game, he got out via window & drainpipe & went the game. It all kicked off, & again he got himself ejected, so he was back home before anyone noticed his absence.
He went downstairs for his tea, no one said anything, He really thought he had got away with it.
Then the news came on, & they reported on the trouble at the game. There large as life on TV was Ian, with 2 coppers being escorted out behind the goal.
I think he got a bit of a battering off his old man for that one.
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby Mega Ron on Tue May 09, 2017 11:02 am

When I was a teenager I thought I could do anything I liked. I went to school when I wanted to and still got good results. I only went to football training when I could be bothered and still played well almost every weekend.

When my parents went on holiday when I was 16 for a couple of weeks I decided that I was old enough to drive. I 'borrowed' my mum's car while they were away and drove my mates around Wickford and the surrounding towns.

The day before they got back, without thinking, I turned into the High Street and drove down. I had to stop at the zebra crossing that was right outside the shoe shop that my aunt worked in. I moved down in the seat in hope that she wouldn't see but of course she did. As I drove off she ran out of the shop and started chasing me down the street,

She made me stop the car and then she went and parked it up. She brought it back that evening and told me she wouldn't tell my parents if I promised never to do it again.

The day after they got back from their holiday my dad came home from work and I swear I came very close to him kicking the living **** out of me. My aunt hadn't grassed me up but the guy from Adrians Record Store saw me and he told my dad.

**** knows what I did to the clutch of that car as it failed within a few months.
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby Hammer.CA on Tue May 09, 2017 11:55 am

only1post wrote:When I was a kid I threw a stone/half brick at the back of a 165 bus in Rainham.
Only problem was my mum was sitting on the back seat.
Had a sore arse that night.


An unusual form of punishment, are you Catholic?
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Re: Bang to Rights.

Postby Iron-worx on Tue May 09, 2017 12:58 pm

Years ago I was coming home from work up Church St Edmonton towards the A10, there was a huge queue of traffic up to the A10 but I could see that the right turn lane was clear...

So I drove a long distance up the wrong side of the road so as to get to the right hand turn lane, didn't think any more of it until 10pm.

The prison officers union had their offices in Church St Edmonton, not too far from the A10 and there was some strike on because there was there was an interview taking place on News at Ten with a union official outside on the pavement, I didn't notice it when I drove past...

But the cameras noticed me, I could be seen as clear as day driving miles up the wrong side of the road :lol:
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