Blast From the Past

Monday, February 26, 2007

Respect


Its good to see the "youth of today" clearly listening to Tony Blair and pals with their concept of "respect"

Take the photo to the right for example.

What is it I hear you ask? It was an ambulance. Why is it in this condition? Is the garage decomissioning it? Was it involved in a crash?

No. It was parked outside a house on a 999 call. Whilst paramedics were inside the house, some "yoofs" decided to smash the windows, nick the sat nav, and smash the inside up.
Disgusting. Absolutely disgusting.

6 comments:

Andrew C said...

Just appalling.

An inevitable result of the country being run by a liberal, idealistic elite.

We should shoot all of them.

The yobs, or the government.... whichever!

dickiebo said...

andrew c; both!

Squadron Leader said...

Hang on, hang on, aren't we being just a little too quick to judge the youths here?

Surely the ambulance crew will be investigated as to why they were there, suspended pending the investigation, have their emergency service driving permits withdrawn and fined to pay for the damage?

By the way, I am being sarcastic towards local government. The sad irony is that some of what I suggested might even happen!

PC South West said...

Same old same old!!
This is only the tip of the iceberg as we all know too well. No excuse we need to start getting tough on these shits who have no respect for anyone or anything. I would start putting them in stocks and have rotten eggs thrown at them on the first offence. But I expect they will only get a referral order.
Low life scum of the underclass. I am sick of them!!

Ian said...

I agree about the stocks, about two weeks should do it. outside the local a&e, long with a large dumpster full of rotten fruit & veg from the local market/supermarkets

kingmagic said...

squadron leader...if a ambulance gets broken into we are immediately investigated as to...was the vehicle locked/unlocked? (sometimes not possible due to nature of incident been attended) did we leave any tasty bits of kit in view? (sat nav is bolted to dash so we cant hide it in glove box).
Same as if we have to defend ourselves against attack we are always questioned as to reasonable force.
In the ambulance service we are always guilty til proven innocent1