An administrative cock-up by the West Yorkshire Police Force has led to the arrest of 19 year old Kenzie Mahoodie. The youth, who currently lives in Desbury, was arrested and later released on suspicion of possessing a Jack Russell, with explosive tendencies, and articles for terrier purposes, as well as an intent to commit terriorism.
A Police spokesperson for ACAB claimed that the investigation and arrest, which cost the taxpayer £200,000, was instigated after Mr Mahoodie was arrested on 'pavement fouling' charges. The official charge sheet identified Mr Mahoodie as a 'terrier suspect' which sparked the calamitous chain of events which led to round the clock surveillance and a dawn raid on his house.
Mr Mahoodie's lawyer made the following statement 'A basic administrative error led to my client being investigated, arrested and detained on terror charges. All Mr Mahoodie wanted to do was take his dog, Knacker, down the river to do some ratting. Sadly that dream will never come true as Knacker was destroyed in a controlled explosion earlier on today'.