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  • Eviction problems for Bailiff

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...v=FPKOa-5GPPg#!
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  • #2
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    Just goes to show what standing up to bullies can achieve. As for Sgt Mo and the PCs who wouldn't allow themselves to be hoodwinked by the two bailiffs....

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    • #3
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      Yes I would like to think the result would be the same if they didn't know the whole episode would be replayed on social media.

      Nice to see the bailiffs being told to sling their hook though.

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      • #4
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        I wonder what their Enforcement Manager had to say to them when that appeared on YouTube? Probably something that wouldn't by-pass the swear filter.
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        • #5
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          Absolutely brilliant- for more info on how the banks create money you should watch this video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0K5_JE_gOys

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          • #6
            Re: Eviction problems for Bailiff

            That was well worth watching

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            • #7
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              Especially the bit where the bailiff with the beer belly was told to leave the property and the muppet who tried to climb over the fence was told to cut it out. I have heard that police officers are realising they are being lead a merry dance and are hitting back by upholding the law and rights of the individuals. It's winding up the politicians, bankers, etc., but there is nothing they can do, except something just as if not more corrupt than they have already done. Cutting police numbers was a big mistake.

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              • #8
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                I would dearly have loved to have been a fly on the wall when TweedleDum ,TweedleDee and TweedleTw*t got back to their office.Talk about make fools of themselves!! One would have thought,,knowing they were being recorded,they would have maintained a modicum of decorum but sadly,,reverted to apeman status.

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                • #9
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                  Yes. I did notice that their knuckles were scraping the ground.
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                  • #10
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                    Hope those obnoxious cretins got the sack. Sadly they are still at large most likely. They should be in jail.

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                    • #11
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                      Sgt Mo and his officers were very restrained in not arresting both the bailiffs under the Public Order Act 1986 or for a Common Law Breach of the Peace. The amount of noise one of them was making, he was a walking Breach of the Peace.
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                      • #12
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                        It proved,beyond reasonable doubt M'lud..that the thugs were so complacent they made threats with a video/audio running!! And that so called locksmith? In shorts? and as for Helga the 'Orrible,,Rob had to tell me she was a she lol

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                          • #14
                            Re: Eviction problems for Bailiff

                            Originally posted by bluebottle View Post
                            Sgt Mo and his officers were very restrained in not arresting both the bailiffs under the Public Order Act 1986 or for a Common Law Breach of the Peace. The amount of noise one of them was making, he was a walking Breach of the Peace.
                            I thought Sgt Mo WAS going to feel their collars when they climbed over the fence, if I was onne of the coppers, I would have arrested all three, including the toerag locksmith.

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                            • #15
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                              Originally posted by bizzybob View Post
                              I thought Sgt Mo WAS going to feel their collars when they climbed over the fence, if I was onne of the coppers, I would have arrested all three, including the toerag locksmith.
                              Arrest is a last resort when reasoning has failed. Sometimes, arrest is unavoidable and has to be carried out swiftly, especially if someone is kicking seven colours of daylight out of someone and arrest is carried out to prevent further injury to the victim. Having reviewed the video, I have to agree that Sgt Mo did come near to nicking the two bailiffs, but he managed to resolve the matter without doing so. That takes skill and experience.
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