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(BBC-US)   Not giving the police free burgers? That's an arrestin'   (bbc.com) divider line
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2021-06-14 12:29:43 PM  
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2021-06-14 1:12:20 PM  
Well, the weeners seems to take care of this thread.

/good one!
 
2021-06-14 1:34:44 PM  
They should have just spat in the food.
 
2021-06-14 1:36:02 PM  

JasonOfOrillia: They should have just spat in the food.


Just to forestall others.

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2021-06-14 1:40:29 PM  
Is it sad that I was surprised this wasn't in the US?
 
2021-06-14 1:55:18 PM  
Police are the same everywhere? And always need to be monitored.
 
2021-06-14 2:10:31 PM  
I hereby arrest the police. Also I want to eat kiimchee because that is delicious.
 
2021-06-14 2:32:24 PM  
ACAB
 
2021-06-14 2:34:52 PM  
So, if you're a customer waiting in line and the police arrest all the fast food workers, what do you do? Do you leave? Do you go back and make your own food? Do you politely shut down all the machinery?
 
2021-06-14 2:39:36 PM  

palelizard: So, if you're a customer waiting in line and the police arrest all the fast food workers, what do you do? Do you leave? Do you go back and make your own food? Do you politely shut down all the machinery?


I would try to do that last thing. And find something to put a closed sign on the door.
 
2021-06-14 2:43:21 PM  

FarkingChas: palelizard: So, if you're a customer waiting in line and the police arrest all the fast food workers, what do you do? Do you leave? Do you go back and make your own food? Do you politely shut down all the machinery?

I would try to do that last thing. And find something to put a closed sign on the door.


I'd like to think I would, but I might also fix myself some fries for my trouble.
 
2021-06-14 2:44:57 PM  
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fark the police?
 
2021-06-14 2:52:41 PM  

MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Is it sad that I was surprised this wasn't in the US?


If you think that's not happening far worse in far many places than the U.S, then yes.
 
2021-06-14 2:54:43 PM  

rohar: [i.tribune.com.pk image 640x480]

fark the police?


lol, that guy could be Sanjeev Bhaskar's brother or cousin...
 
2021-06-14 3:21:39 PM  
The official statement was the funniest part of that:

"No one is allowed to take the law into his own hands. Injustice will not be tolerated. All of them will be punished."

Hilarious.  It's like a parody of what an insincere British Police Upper-rank Twit should say.
 
2021-06-14 3:32:11 PM  

Kris_Romm: The official statement was the funniest part of that:

"No one is allowed to take the law into his own hands. Injustice will not be tolerated. All of them will be punished."

Hilarious.  It's like a parody of what an insincere British Police Upper-rank Twit should say.


I noticed that part too. Is that saying that they are supposed to give free food. But it is not an actual law.
 
2021-06-14 3:47:50 PM  
I've had businesses in the Philippines and India. The taxes are low, but if you don't bribe the right people, you're going to get hassled. It's not right. When in Rome...
 
2021-06-14 4:25:40 PM  
Apparently Johnny & Jugnu is too well known to shake down.

They became during their2016  launch with this ad by Pakistani social media star Waseem Hassan Sheikh,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEEDb​Y​09RRY

brief history:

Johnny & Jugnu Burgers Documentary
Youtube 36DUrHe4yrs
 
2021-06-14 8:35:39 PM  

MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Is it sad that I was surprised this wasn't in the US?


When I was in NYC it was pretty routine for cops to go into delis and walk out with sandwiches or bags of food without paying.  And even here in the North Wet I've seen the "special police rates" at some coffee shops, by which I mean no payment, not even a tip.

What are you going to do? Call the police?
 
2021-06-14 8:44:37 PM  

anuran: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Is it sad that I was surprised this wasn't in the US?

When I was in NYC it was pretty routine for cops to go into delis and walk out with sandwiches or bags of food without paying.  And even here in the North Wet I've seen the "special police rates" at some coffee shops, by which I mean no payment, not even a tip.

What are you going to do? Call the police?


The book Serpico covered that. From way back in the 60s. Foreign police are even worse. Businesses have to pay them protection money. Just like the mob.
 
2021-06-15 9:35:49 AM  

FarkingChas: anuran: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Is it sad that I was surprised this wasn't in the US?

When I was in NYC it was pretty routine for cops to go into delis and walk out with sandwiches or bags of food without paying.  And even here in the North Wet I've seen the "special police rates" at some coffee shops, by which I mean no payment, not even a tip.

What are you going to do? Call the police?

The book Serpico covered that. From way back in the 60s. Foreign police are even worse. Businesses have to pay them protection money. Just like the mob.


Well it is a racket.
 
2021-06-15 10:47:45 AM  
Pakistan? I thought doughnut burgers were a hipster fad
 
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