Thursday, 14 February 2013

Little poem about our boys in blue in the UK


The laws of this once great land were written quiet in vain
For there are certain individuals who fail to follow the grain.
The pitfall is punishment if captured committing a crime
The burglar, the blagger there gonna get some time.
But if a copper does a crime and is unlucky he is caught
Then why are there no charges on him, are ever brought.
Scotland yards a joke  ............  They’re rotten to the core
A haven for bent coppers well above the law.
How many more times are we gonna hear a case 
Coppers telling lies, corruption on their face.
We all know of there reluctance to bring their own up on a charge
Just internal reprimanding, bent copper still at large.
So if you wish to be a villain you should become a copper
For they’re the bastards with a license to do it good and proper.

Sorry guys but I am in a mischievous mood today!!!!!


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