Written by Jaggedone

Sunday, 5 September 2010


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image for GB Police introduce new treatment for female suspects, it's called the "caveman treatment"!
The rougher the better and where's the f+++++g handcuffs!

The UK police have decided to turn back the clock to Neanderthal times where women were dragged by their hair, beaten, kicked and then forced to make dinner (and other things?).

Modern females involved in anti-social behaviour in the UK is increasing rapidly, especially after Friday/Saturday night binge drinking sessions, so the police have introduced new powers of constraining them called "caveman style!"

Out of control boozed up Babes have been caught on CCTV cameras at the local police station being dragged by their hair, punched in the face and kicked into the cell for "drying out"!

A recent case of a boozed Babe being treated in this fashion and filmed has led to a national uproar, but the police are determined to pursue the Neanderthal treatment, here is their press officer issuing the following statement:

"Boozed up Babes deserve it, they don't mind having their hair pulled, dragged along the floor and being kicked and punched, no problem, some of them have even demanded to be handcuffed while being given the treatment, they love it (kinky)!"

The question is, will the Neanderthal treatment actually reduce female anti-social behaviour or increase it?

No-holds barred these days with modern females demanding a piece of the action and some "kinky" fun!

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