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Funny story: Anti-Twelvie Division Commander hates talent show

Anti-Twelvie Division Commander hates talent show

The International Children's Song Contest is coming to town, and Sgt Bob Smith of the Queensland Police is none too happy. Headline acts for the show include the Arnot sisters, Rose and Rikki, who have been described by Sgt Smith as 'hearing a dru...

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Funny story: Minogue sisters charged with attempted bribery of disabled person

Minogue sisters charged with attempted bribery of disabled person

Kylie Minogue has reportedly made a statement about the attempted bribery of a disabled person last week. It is reported that Miss Minogue, who is 46 years of age, was at a book signing at a local mall when a mobility scooter with police equipment...

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Funny story: Australia's Got Talent to be axed after 2014 season

Australia's Got Talent to be axed after 2014 season

Top-rated show Australia's Got Talent is to be axed at the end of the 2014 season, a top Network 10 executive said on Monday. The show will be axed and replaced with re-runs of Home and Away, Neighbours, and their sister soapies in the UK, Hollyoa...

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Funny story: Mall rat squad handling 20 incidents... per day

Mall rat squad handling 20 incidents... per day

The Queensland Police Anti-Twelvie Division is reportedly handling 20 incidents related to twelvies per day since the squad's inception. So far, members of the squad have been deployed to malls in Brisbane, the Gold and Sunshine Coasts and other a...

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Funny story: Australia's Got Talent judge rejects every audition

Australia's Got Talent judge rejects every audition

Last night's episode of Australia's Got Talent was the first for a new judge, Bob Smith, who proved tougher than Kyle Sandilands. In a controversial move that is still being debated, the new judge rejected every audition performance. The judge...

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Funny story: Queensland mall rat squad gets new name

Queensland mall rat squad gets new name

The new squad created by the Queensland police to deal with the growing problem of mall rats has been given a new name. The squad of 50 full time front-line officers equipped with specialised equipment, including digital encrypted radio equipment...

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Funny story: New police squad to deal with mall rats

New police squad to deal with mall rats

The Queensland Police today announced the creation of a new division that would handle the growing problem of 'mall rats' otherwise known as 'twelvies' in Australia. Constable Bob Smith, 19, will head the squad and be responsible for its day-to-da...

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Funny story: Fred Phelps is no more, but celebrations begin

Fred Phelps is no more, but celebrations begin

Fred Phelps may have passed on, but his death has sparked celebrations in many cities around the world. On Thursday night police calls for service reached an all time high, with many district communication centres receiving reports of loud parties...

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Funny story: Stolen LAPD car recovered safely

Stolen LAPD car recovered safely

A stolen LAPD marked vehicle was recovered from an address in Laguna Hills today, LAPD officers say. Officers Pete Malloy and James Reed were on routine patrol in Laguna Hills when they spotted the marked vehicle with two boys dressed as LAPD offi...

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Funny story: Sgt Joe Friday helps crack down on mallrats

Sgt Joe Friday helps crack down on mallrats

Sgt Joe Friday, LAPD, returned to duty today along with his partner Bill Gannon and a friend from the Queensland Police Service to help crack down on mall rats. Over 100 mall rats were arrested in the week-long crackdown with several of them reman...

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Funny story: LAPD teletype gets message from Australia

LAPD teletype gets message from Australia

LAPD Communications Division workers in the Teletype department today got a shock when an unused teletype started printing 'WRU' - the code for 'Who and Where are you?' They traced the line back to Queensland, Australia, but not before the teletyp...

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Funny story: Oliver & Co. actress found guilty

Oliver & Co. actress found guilty

Former 1980s actress Natalie Gregory was found guilty in a Los Angeles Superior Court today of talentlessness. The judge, Leslie Nielsen, spoke to Natalie before sentencing, stating that 'I see no viewing appeal in any movie you are in, and why yo...

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Funny story: Oliver and Company actress arrested

Oliver and Company actress arrested

Former 1980s child actress Natalie Gregory of 'Oliver and Company' fame has been arrested by the LAPD on three outstanding speeding citations and one count of talentlessness. The incident occured at approximately 12:45am Los Angeles time when Offi...

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Funny story: LAPD car stolen from Central Division station

LAPD car stolen from Central Division station

A LAPD car was stolen earlier today from Central Division station at approximately 9:00am Los Angeles time. Chief Kent McCord of the LAPD has described the incident as 'quite unusual' but pledges that the occupants will be captured 'using as peace...

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Funny story: Child stars past and present celebrate Hollywood's legacy of little actors

Child stars past and present celebrate Hollywood's legacy of little actors

Child stars past and present came to the Coconut Grove Hotel today to celebrate Hollywood's legacy of child acting. Notable attendees included Natalie Gregory (1985, Alice in Wonderland), Dakota Fanning (2001, I am Sam), Jodie Foster (1976, Taxi Driv...

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Funny story: Disabled mall cops back to work thanks to mobility scooters

Disabled mall cops back to work thanks to mobility scooters

Disabled mall cops will not be unemployed thanks to Pride Mobility's new range of police specification mobility scooters. The range includes light, medium and heavy duty scooters fitted with police equipment such as full emergency LED light packages...

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Funny story: Police-spec mobility scooters go on sale

Police-spec mobility scooters go on sale

The first of 5 000 police specification mobility scooters manufactured by the world mobility giant Pride will go on sale today. These scooters have been produced specifically for the needs of every police department that patrols any local shopping...

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