Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Bedford Police: Do As We Say, Not As We Do

I walk past Bedford Police Station on the way from the Railway Station into work. I just one week I witnessed three occasions where Police cars were flouting parking law. After the first occasion I decided to photograph any subsequent breaches.

I believe it is necessary to have rules in order to protect people, and keep society running smoothly. I find it irritating that so many of societies rules, such as speeding, are routinely flouted.

However, why should anyone abide by the law, when the Police themselves routinely break it?

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10/03/2013 - Update - For some months now a few parking places seem to have been left available, so that parking on footpaths/yellow lines is no longer happening. Wonder if this piece helped, situation changed shortly after sending the link to the local press!

11 comments:

  1. Get a life you fool!

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    1. I agree, what an idiot.

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  2. I am baffled by the reference to fool/idiot, there is not a named party in this piece to lambaste.

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  3. Thanks for confirming that you are a fool anyway.

    Just to make it clear, you are the fool, now jog on and don't spam other sites with your drivel.

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  4. Ahh, what's the matter? Didn't diddums like my last comment to his childish reply? Bless. Now trot along and delete your boring post from Scoobynet pronto.

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  5. I do not understand why you should think me a fool. Is it not better to tackle issues which are wrong, and suffer some condemnation, rather than criticise others anonymously.

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  6. Graham Charles Standing26 June 2012 at 06:40

    Ooh, quick, a police car is on a double yellow! Quick call the er... Police?

    I never chose to be anonymous, there, my full name. Happy now? That changes everything doesn't it?

    Anyway, have you deleted that post yet?

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  7. The point is how can the Police/law expect respect, if the enforcers do not even stick to the law?

    What issues have you got with such a simple, and to me not foolish, statement?

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  8. Look, it's getting boring now, you keep asking me questions and I reply, you however cannot answer one of mine, so rather than drag this out further, I'll go, safe in the knowledge that you are a fool....

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  9. Hi Graham,

    You have not explained why I am a fool, or answered any of my questions.

    You have asked one substantive question. "Anyway, have you deleted that post yet?", to which I will reply why should I? Further, I would dispute that my post is spam.

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  10. What a suspiciously odd character. This guy is an obvious troll -_-

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