Might Be A Good Day For The Gas Board To Dig Up The Road…

….after all, there’s no point whatsoever expecting Cressida’s supine Dick Cops to do anything about such blatant provocation, is there?

A source close to his family said they are planning to spend £100,000 to pay tribute to Vincent, according to The Sun.

But residents fear Vincent’s traveller friends could become violent, following tit-for-tat rows over the flowers.

Are they ever anything else?

10 comments for “Might Be A Good Day For The Gas Board To Dig Up The Road…

  1. john in cheshire
    April 16, 2018 at 9:40 am

    I would be willing to bet that if a Christian or maybe even an atheist villain had been killed by a muslim or a ‘traveller’ in self defence, and the Christian’s family arranged a funeral procession that passed the home of the killer, Miss Dyke and Miss Rudd would have put a stop to it before it ever started. And if the killer was so fearful that they were having to sell their home, to live elsewhere, the useless (or is that vindictive?) police would have given them 24 hour protection and warned off the Christians and/ or others against taking any retaliatory action. And would probably have given the killer’s family a new house and lots of money.

    And why aren’t questions being asked about where this family of villains has amassed hundreds of thousands of pounds to be able to spend so much on a funeral?

    • rapscallion
      April 16, 2018 at 9:52 am

      \sarc on
      Come now John, you know you are asking awkward questions, and merely because you have even mentioned those who may “travel” or are members of the “religion of Peace”, the above piece shows that you are a racist, christian extremist. To add to your crimes you are almost certainly white and male
      /scarc off

  2. microdave
    April 16, 2018 at 9:54 am

    “And why aren’t questions being asked about where this family of villains has amassed hundreds of thousands of pounds to be able to spend so much on a funeral?”

    From the proceeds of burglary victims like Richard Osborn-Brooks of course…

    • April 16, 2018 at 10:11 am

      Of course.

  3. Stonyground
    April 16, 2018 at 10:18 am

    Given that traveller funerals have a tendency to turn violent maybe this one being a really big one could be something of a win.

  4. Penseivat
    April 16, 2018 at 10:50 am

    Not that I am suggesting it, but if the travellers are all at the funeral, will this mean all their caravans will be vulnerable to non-traveller burglars?
    Also, I assume the travellers will be organising a 24 hour vigilance at the grave of their dearly departed. If not, any bets on how long before it’s covered in dog sh*t?

  5. Penseivat
    April 16, 2018 at 11:03 am

    Have just finished a telephone conversation with a friend who lives in the North West, about this subject. He told me that a few years ago, travellers began blocking access to roads to allow a free flow of their funeral procession. The Police did nothing, but a group of enterprising residents drove to the church and took up all the car parking spaces. Silly, and perhaps pathetic, but oh how they laughed.

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  7. Pcar
    April 16, 2018 at 9:56 pm

    DM reported today that Lewisham Council removed all the litter/fly-tipping last night (Sunday). Also, that police will now prevent any more pikey law breaking on street.

    I wonder who instigated this about turn? I doubt it was May, Rudd or Dick.

    If funeral along street not banned; residents should do an NI – borrow a JCB and quickly build & light bonfire at each end.

    On the £100,000 National Crime Agency/police/cps should freeze/seize money and launch a “Proceeds of Crime” or “‘Unexplained Wealth Order” investigation.

  8. Robert the Biker
    April 17, 2018 at 8:49 pm

    There should be a quiet call to the funeral director stating that not only will they get no business from that area ever again, but that locals are planning ro fire off rockets and throw marbles under the horses hooves in the hope of crippling their animals and causing a wreck
    No, since you dont give a shit about us, its mutual
    No, we have no feelings for your animals or staff
    See you

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