Following an announcement that summer's here and the time is right for dancing in the street, Met Police Chief Arnold Grumble warned potential street dancers:
"It does matter what you wear. We will not tolerate shoddy, ill fitting clothing. Just as long as you are there will not be accepted as an excuse. There's too much of this nonsense going on and we're determined to crack down on it.'
Apparently, people have been dancing in Chicago, Illinois, in Philadelphia PA, where they filmed Rocky, in New Orleans, which suffered those terrible floods, in New York City, and even in the Motor City of Detroit, Michigan. Which should not be forgotten.
"It's not happening here," Met Police Chief Grumble insisted sternly. "We won't tolerate it. We don't frankly care whether you're ready for a brand new beat or not. And that Martha Reeves can just sod off. And Bowie and Jagger. They just take the piss and we're not having it. Where's me jumper?"
More Motown related tomfoolery as we get it.