Written by IainB
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Thursday, 24 November 2011

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Still in Dorking, as it appears to be too heavy to shift

The Doctor, a time travelling do gooder with his own fly on the wall documentary on BBC1, has been arrested in Dorking.

"We were sitting by the public library, Del and me," said PC Roy Chambers, "when we looked around and there was this sodding great blue police box stood on the corner."

PC Del Chambers (no relation that can be found, despite extensive research) took over the story.

"It was like one of those old Police boxes, you know?" he said. "And stone me, but this geezer in a fez gets out. He gave us a great big smile and started to walk away."

Apparently, Roy Chambers called the man over. "I called him over," he said, confirming the story. "And I said 'So what do you think you're doing, leaving that thing there?'."

According to Del Chambers, he was a 'cheeky bugger'.

"He showed us this blank piece of paper and claimed he was a doctor and he was allowed to leave it there," added Del.

"We got right suspicious of that," said Roy. "I asked him if it was his, and he said it was."

Because it was a police box, the two PCs asked this so called doctor if he was a member of the constabulary. Unfortunately for the doctor, he said he wasn't.

"And that was the clincher," said Roy. "We nicked the bugger for impersonating a police officer, and parking in a public thoroughfare."

"Bang to rights he is," added Del.

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