'Hot Fuzz' police actually arrest a rogue swan that was causing havoc on the roads
Crime involving swans around the UK are off the fuckin' chain right now because as we all know, swans are not interested in preserving the greater good.
The greater good.
Is this true? Yarp.
Are we sure? Yarp.
If you need further proof that the NWA (Neighbourhood Watch Alliance) are required in every town, this story about an angry swan that was "arrested" by police following a "road rage" incident should do it.
As you can see below, the angry bird was detained in the back of a police car after Cambridgeshire officers plucked its feather following a few rampant cases of "road rage" and "obstructing the highway".
We wonder if Mr Peter Ian Staker called in this report?
Nah, shit just got real!
We love the fact that the director of Hot Fuzz, the remarkably talented Edgar Wright, has actually retweeted this news.
BBC News - 'Hot Fuzz' police 'arrest' St Ives 'road rage' swan https://t.co/iWGRjINppT
— edgarwright (@edgarwright) September 18, 2017
— Special Constabulary (@CambsCopsSC) September 18, 2017
What a film!
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