Thursday, March 12, 2009

Voice Of Criminal Heard At Film Launch

Prison Officers want an inquiry after the voice of a well known criminal was heard at the red carpet launch of the biographical film about the violent prisoner Charles Bronson.

The voice was clearly heard to say "Stand back there, stand back, form an orderly queue" and seemed to emanating from the mouth of a Police Officer who was on marshaling duty.

A number of people in the crowd then called out "Oi rozzer, sell us half an ounce."

The Policeman then took these individuals around the back of the cinema from where they emerged a few minutes later giggling and made strait for the pick and mix counter.

Surrey Chief Constable Tom Blaggit said "We have have decided on an open employment policy which discriminates against nobody, criminals have as much right to a job as you and me, now if you'll excuse me, I have to see a man behind the Smash And Grab Arms about some flat screen tv's."

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