British Authorities Smell Something Suspicious!
Police want spy planes to fight anti-social behaviour
Oct 15 5:36 AM US/Eastern
A police force is considering using unmanned aerial surveillance drones to fly over troubled local council housing estates to help tackle anti-social behaviour in respective areas.
The police force for Merseyside, in western England, has formed a new Anti-Social Behaviour Task Force which will have a budget of one million pounds (1.85 million dollars, 1.5 million euros), and a staff of 137, drawn from both the local police and fire services, The Sunday Telegraph reported.
Evidently, the Brits are chasing a dangerous turdorrist who is making a mess for the authorities.
Police hunt train defecator
Monday October 23, 2006
Transport police are hunting for an "exceptionally antisocial" man who has been defecating on trains across the country, causing tens of thousands of pounds-worth of damage.
The vandal, who strikes by smearing excrement inside the carriages, appears to wait until he is alone before committing the offence but investigators can discern no other pattern to his behaviour. Police say the man has soiled at least 30 trains since August, mainly in the south-east.
"People should not fear their government, their government should fear the people." (V for Vendetta)