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Actually on a re-read there is something that does get me frothing a little bit at this story

Police arranged an appointment to see Mr Clayton but are not expected to take any action over the matter.

Because a man wasn't allowed to try on a dress when he wanted to....at what point does any of this warrant any intervention by Inspector Knacker and why the f*** are the shop offering an apology - if their account is correct then it all seems pretty reasonable..


New headline suggestion for the Adder

Flaming Homosexual Stereotype with teeth that can open Baked Bean tins in Screaming Queen Dress Drama.


Annoyingly we live in a culture where people call the police because their neighbour's washing machine is slightly too loud, and ambulance when they stub their toe. No doubt if I ever have a medical emergency I'll perish as a result of the line being blocked by someone who did a shart and is having a panic attack about it.

Edited by imbored (16 Feb 2015 11.59am)


Indeed - as a nation we are frankly a bunch of c*nts where 'offence' is concerned

 


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Quote imbored at 16 Feb 2015 11.58am

Quote The Sash at 16 Feb 2015 11.35am

Actually on a re-read there is something that does get me frothing a little bit at this story

Police arranged an appointment to see Mr Clayton but are not expected to take any action over the matter.

Because a man wasn't allowed to try on a dress when he wanted to....at what point does any of this warrant any intervention by Inspector Knacker and why the f*** are the shop offering an apology - if their account is correct then it all seems pretty reasonable..


New headline suggestion for the Adder

Flaming Homosexual Stereotype with teeth that can open Baked Bean tins in Screaming Queen Dress Drama.


Annoyingly we live in a culture where people call the police because their neighbour's washing machine is slightly too loud, and ambulance when they stub their toe. No doubt if I ever have a medical emergency I'll perish as a result of the line being blocked by someone who did a shart and is having a panic attack about it.


Edited by imbored (16 Feb 2015 11.59am)


And the police should say: "sod off, it's a civil matter."

Trouble is they pay people lip service by sending out a couple of PCSOs who have f*** all to do anyway.

 


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imbored Flag UK 16 Feb 15 12.27pm

Quote The Sash at 16 Feb 2015 12.11pm

Quote imbored at 16 Feb 2015 11.58am

Quote The Sash at 16 Feb 2015 11.35am

Actually on a re-read there is something that does get me frothing a little bit at this story

Police arranged an appointment to see Mr Clayton but are not expected to take any action over the matter.

Because a man wasn't allowed to try on a dress when he wanted to....at what point does any of this warrant any intervention by Inspector Knacker and why the f*** are the shop offering an apology - if their account is correct then it all seems pretty reasonable..


New headline suggestion for the Adder

Flaming Homosexual Stereotype with teeth that can open Baked Bean tins in Screaming Queen Dress Drama.


Annoyingly we live in a culture where people call the police because their neighbour's washing machine is slightly too loud, and ambulance when they stub their toe. No doubt if I ever have a medical emergency I'll perish as a result of the line being blocked by someone who did a shart and is having a panic attack about it.

Edited by imbored (16 Feb 2015 11.59am)


Indeed - as a nation we are frankly a bunch of c*nts where 'offence' is concerned

What an offensive thing to say!

 

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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 16 Feb 15 1.23pm

Quote imbored at 16 Feb 2015 11.58am

Quote The Sash at 16 Feb 2015 11.35am

Actually on a re-read there is something that does get me frothing a little bit at this story

Police arranged an appointment to see Mr Clayton but are not expected to take any action over the matter.

Because a man wasn't allowed to try on a dress when he wanted to....at what point does any of this warrant any intervention by Inspector Knacker and why the f*** are the shop offering an apology - if their account is correct then it all seems pretty reasonable..


New headline suggestion for the Adder

Flaming Homosexual Stereotype with teeth that can open Baked Bean tins in Screaming Queen Dress Drama.


Annoyingly we live in a culture where people call the police because their neighbour's washing machine is slightly too loud, and ambulance when they stub their toe. No doubt if I ever have a medical emergency I'll perish as a result of the line being blocked by someone who did a shart and is having a panic attack about it.

Edited by imbored (16 Feb 2015 11.59am)

Stub toe, check, bloke not allowed to try on a dress, check, washing machine is loud check, pedophile abuse of children in care / 1970s c-lister raping kids - nah f**k reporting that s**t.


 


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Quote jamiemartin721 at 16 Feb 2015 1.23pm

Quote imbored at 16 Feb 2015 11.58am

Quote The Sash at 16 Feb 2015 11.35am

Actually on a re-read there is something that does get me frothing a little bit at this story

Police arranged an appointment to see Mr Clayton but are not expected to take any action over the matter.

Because a man wasn't allowed to try on a dress when he wanted to....at what point does any of this warrant any intervention by Inspector Knacker and why the f*** are the shop offering an apology - if their account is correct then it all seems pretty reasonable..


New headline suggestion for the Adder

Flaming Homosexual Stereotype with teeth that can open Baked Bean tins in Screaming Queen Dress Drama.


Annoyingly we live in a culture where people call the police because their neighbour's washing machine is slightly too loud, and ambulance when they stub their toe. No doubt if I ever have a medical emergency I'll perish as a result of the line being blocked by someone who did a shart and is having a panic attack about it.

Edited by imbored (16 Feb 2015 11.59am)

Stub toe, check, bloke not allowed to try on a dress, check, washing machine is loud check, pedophile abuse of children in care / 1970s c-lister raping kids - nah f**k reporting that s**t.


I think you are a bit out of touch calling 'Kitty' a C-Lister

 


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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 16 Feb 15 1.34pm

Quote Stuk at 16 Feb 2015 12.26pm

Quote imbored at 16 Feb 2015 11.58am

Quote The Sash at 16 Feb 2015 11.35am

Actually on a re-read there is something that does get me frothing a little bit at this story

Police arranged an appointment to see Mr Clayton but are not expected to take any action over the matter.

Because a man wasn't allowed to try on a dress when he wanted to....at what point does any of this warrant any intervention by Inspector Knacker and why the f*** are the shop offering an apology - if their account is correct then it all seems pretty reasonable..


New headline suggestion for the Adder

Flaming Homosexual Stereotype with teeth that can open Baked Bean tins in Screaming Queen Dress Drama.


Annoyingly we live in a culture where people call the police because their neighbour's washing machine is slightly too loud, and ambulance when they stub their toe. No doubt if I ever have a medical emergency I'll perish as a result of the line being blocked by someone who did a shart and is having a panic attack about it.


Edited by imbored (16 Feb 2015 11.59am)


And the police should say: "sod off, it's a civil matter."

Trouble is they pay people lip service by sending out a couple of PCSOs who have f*** all to do anyway.

If they've got f**k all to do, they might as well follow up on the mickey mouse cases, given they're toy town police officers. I'm surprised they don't arrive hanging on to the back of a clown car.

Police cuts are a joke. Sometimes it seems as if Reading only employs PCSOs. If I wanted a member of the public dealing with crime, I'd do it myself because I'm pretty sure than 21 year old office admin clerks aren't any more f**king qualified.


 


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Haha! I work at the Selhurst Park sainsbury's and this guy is actually one of my colleague's ex boyfriends XD after I finished my shift before the liverpool game he showed me the story on his phone, we both thought it was the most ridiculous thing we'd ever heard. He was happy to be rid of him to say the least.

 

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jamiemartin721 Flag Reading 18 Feb 15 4.33pm

Quote The Sash at 16 Feb 2015 1.31pm

Quote jamiemartin721 at 16 Feb 2015 1.23pm

Quote imbored at 16 Feb 2015 11.58am

Quote The Sash at 16 Feb 2015 11.35am

Actually on a re-read there is something that does get me frothing a little bit at this story

Police arranged an appointment to see Mr Clayton but are not expected to take any action over the matter.

Because a man wasn't allowed to try on a dress when he wanted to....at what point does any of this warrant any intervention by Inspector Knacker and why the f*** are the shop offering an apology - if their account is correct then it all seems pretty reasonable..


New headline suggestion for the Adder

Flaming Homosexual Stereotype with teeth that can open Baked Bean tins in Screaming Queen Dress Drama.


Annoyingly we live in a culture where people call the police because their neighbour's washing machine is slightly too loud, and ambulance when they stub their toe. No doubt if I ever have a medical emergency I'll perish as a result of the line being blocked by someone who did a shart and is having a panic attack about it.

Edited by imbored (16 Feb 2015 11.59am)

Stub toe, check, bloke not allowed to try on a dress, check, washing machine is loud check, pedophile abuse of children in care / 1970s c-lister raping kids - nah f**k reporting that s**t.


I think you are a bit out of touch calling 'Kitty' a C-Lister

more a c-liff'ter


 


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It's the whole freedom of speech and all that - sure, on one hand, the bloke is allowed to wear a dress and he believes he has a right too and many support that view.

but on the flip side, what about the manager that has the freedom of speech to say no, that it's against their belief.

But then it comes down to trade descriptions act and all that, where legally you cannot discriminate etc.

To be honest, he should have used a bit of common sense and double checked first, what the policy was, before walking in expecting his way of life to be deemed 100% acceptable in a society that is still not 100% ok with it.

Where as a shop in soho or brighton as an example, which has far greater homosexual and cross dressing customers would be far better suited.

It's almost as if he wanted to prove a point - maybe?

Personally if i were the manager - i would have gone along with it as it is obviously a one off/rare occurrence.

 


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Quote jamiemartin721 at 18 Feb 2015 4.33pm

Quote The Sash at 16 Feb 2015 1.31pm

Quote jamiemartin721 at 16 Feb 2015 1.23pm

Quote imbored at 16 Feb 2015 11.58am

Quote The Sash at 16 Feb 2015 11.35am

Actually on a re-read there is something that does get me frothing a little bit at this story

Police arranged an appointment to see Mr Clayton but are not expected to take any action over the matter.

Because a man wasn't allowed to try on a dress when he wanted to....at what point does any of this warrant any intervention by Inspector Knacker and why the f*** are the shop offering an apology - if their account is correct then it all seems pretty reasonable..


New headline suggestion for the Adder

Flaming Homosexual Stereotype with teeth that can open Baked Bean tins in Screaming Queen Dress Drama.


Annoyingly we live in a culture where people call the police because their neighbour's washing machine is slightly too loud, and ambulance when they stub their toe. No doubt if I ever have a medical emergency I'll perish as a result of the line being blocked by someone who did a shart and is having a panic attack about it.

Edited by imbored (16 Feb 2015 11.59am)

Stub toe, check, bloke not allowed to try on a dress, check, washing machine is loud check, pedophile abuse of children in care / 1970s c-lister raping kids - nah f**k reporting that s**t.


I think you are a bit out of touch calling 'Kitty' a C-Lister

more a c-liff'ter



I don't know who you are alluding to but if a bachelor boy wants to have some fun who are we to judge

 


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