Karl Pilkington joined the Police?

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Found 30th Mar 2011
Lol... sort of thing he'd do:

youtube.com/wat…iSc

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what?

quite funny, lol.

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the dandy p

what?


The 'law' don't know the law.. and he looks so much like pilky it's uncanny.

Link properly please!!

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emmalampkin

Link properly please!!



you click,hold and highlight...

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DangerGod

you click,hold and highlight...



or are you just being lazy. not sure if serious oO

youtube.com/wat…iSc

Oh what I would give for a wide shot as he lunged for the camera, missed and watch the escaping cyclist.

It would be great if someone could do a reenactment and cut it together with the original footage.

Almost as good as the Paracetamol thread.

He looks like a broad idiot.

Lol that was great.

Yes I was being lazy. I am allowed

entertaining

What a drip, Cyclist runs a red light, Not sure on the law but as it stands I believe as he committed an offence ( running a red light ) The officer had the power to arrest him.

If he'd got knocked off his bike then I'm sure he wouldn't of been so cocky.
Edited by: ".MUFC." 30th Mar 2011

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What is the law regarding shoving a camera in someones face, be it a police officer or anyone else? And then without their permission, posting it on the internet? Id love to be able to do that whenever the police stop me and the female officers opt for giving me a close body search and reach into my back pockets, from the front, whilst looking me in the eyes and telling me 'not to get too excited'. Hmm.....

The bloke who filmed that is a humongous cock.

Adnan786

What is the law regarding shoving a camera in someones face, be it a … What is the law regarding shoving a camera in someones face, be it a police officer or anyone else?



These two seem to have given the answer by their Sargeant.

shauneco

What a drip, Cyclist runs a red light, Not sure on the law but as it … What a drip, Cyclist runs a red light, Not sure on the law but as it stands



Not sure how you are so sure of this fact.

emhaslam

The bloke who filmed that is a humongous cock.



I guess you are the exact (and I mean exact) opposite of that. (_;)



Edited by: "Plum" 31st Mar 2011

His other videos include ringing people up at the census office, saying my name is not The Occupier, therefore it's not my mail and I don't have to open it and fill it in. He's a Jeremy Hunt of the highest order... He ran a red-light FFS. Man-up and take the fine.

Adnan786

What is the law regarding shoving a camera in someones face, be it a … What is the law regarding shoving a camera in someones face, be it a police officer or anyone else? And then without their permission, posting it on the internet? Id love to be able to do that whenever the police stop me and the female officers opt for giving me a close body search and reach into my back pockets, from the front, whilst looking me in the eyes and telling me 'not to get too excited'. Hmm.....




Why are you being stopped by the police all the time,I have never ever been stopped by them,you must be arousing their suspicion by your behaviour?

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They see a bulge in my trousers and think im concealing a weapon. What are you, the police?

emhaslam

His other videos include ringing people up at the census office, saying … His other videos include ringing people up at the census office, saying my name is not The Occupier, therefore it's not my mail and I don't have to open it and fill it in. He's a Jeremy Hunt of the highest order... He ran a red-light FFS. Man-up and take the fine.



You seem to be of the mind that we should all unquestioningly do as we are told by the state bureaucracy. That way leads to dictatorship. An essential part of any democracy is a healthy and active criticism of the state in all it's guises.

Instead of telling people to "man-up" you would do better to engage as many of the little grey cells as you can afford and not take everything the state does as face value.

Plum

You seem to be of the mind that we should all unquestioningly do as we … You seem to be of the mind that we should all unquestioningly do as we are told by the state bureaucracy. That way leads to dictatorship. An essential part of any democracy is a healthy and active criticism of the state in all it's guises. Instead of telling people to "man-up" you would do better to engage as many of the little grey cells as you can afford and not take everything the state does as face value.



Only where necessary. Traffic lights are there for a reason. Why do you think cyclists get such a bad name?! Last time I was in London I saw two cycling accidents - both caused by them not following the rules of the road! Fortunately they were ok, but if they had stopped at red lights they'd have been fine.
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