Man reported shouting at a Sports Game on his TV. Suspecting possible self-harming, Police taser and kill him to protect him.

Funny story written by Gringo Lobos

Tuesday, 31 October 2017

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Here we see police stopping the man from self harming by tasering him in the genetials

In Canberra Australia and man who was a bit drunk and was shouting in his lounge room was deemed to be a huge public risk and was tasered to death.

Police say he was shouting nasty things at them, like get out of my house you pack of storm troopers and other such uncomplimentary things. So based on these insults to the integrity of the most honorable police attending, they decided he must be self harming and in order to protect him, terminated his democratic rights with a blast of 50,000 volts. Police deny they did this because they were upset with his insults, but insist this was for his own protection.

Further after his dog barked they called the SWAT team and gunned down the benign dog in a hail of automatic weapons fire.

Integrity Commissioner has launched an investigation as to why this obviously criminal heathen thought he could say nasty things to police who had barged into his house, whilst he was shouting at a football game on his T.V. The commissioner said that as well as death by taser he could face further charges relating to his insults about us being storm troopers. He reminded Australians that they had every right to barge into anyone's house if they were barracking for the wrong team.

Neighbors said they guy lived alone and bothered no one and were seeking urgent information from the government on which were the unendorsed teams to barrack for, so that they did not appear to be self-harming.

The government is said to have raised a task force of 3,259 federal bureaucrats to investigate this disturbing trend of barracking for unendorsed football teams. They have said they will publish the endorsed list of teams with 2 years and in the meantime citizens would be safer no to barrack for any team in case they choose the wrong one. Attorney Generals noted that the law will be retrospective so that if in the ensuing period before the publishing of the endorsed list they barracked for the wrong team they may be subject to statutory tasering without notice.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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