Police Stop and Question Means Prizes

Funny story written by Wildjesusfishkid

Sunday, 27 May 2007

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New police powers are being considered that will mean that any officer is allowed to stop and question. This is part of the new crackdown on terrorists.

In order to maintain good public relations, police chiefs will be awarding prizes to those who answer most of the questions correctly providing they are not a terrorist or a generally violent criminal.

Mr Fish-Kid of London, Ireland said, "I was stopped at a routine checkpoint last thursday week. I was given three points and a choice of questions. I chose the general knowledge category and got four out of five right. I drove away with an on-the-spot fine, a fondue set and toaster. The wife was right chuffed."

Terror suspects will be asked the same kind of questions but will have the opportunity to gamble on the last bonus question. The choice will be to go for the holiday or gamble the prizes won so far, for life imprisonment.

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