American Tourist Arrested After Crossing Language Barrier

Funny story written by The Macster

Monday, 22 October 2007

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Londonengland, England - A vacationing Ohio doctor found himself on the wrong end of British law yesterday when coming to the aid of a woman that had fallen heavily on her backside at Kings Cross Station.

"I rushed over immediately and suggested that I examine her fanny to check whether it was very sore," said Dr Cheech Anchong from his cell yesterday. "Next thing I know, she's screaming the place down, a crowd gathers and one of your 'bobbies' is hauling me out of there."

"What sort of country this is? Yesterday, I needed new shoes but a store called 'Boots' doesn't sell them as its a drug store whereas 'Pharmacy' is a restaurant. I was almost arrested yesterday when using a restroom at the station. How was I to know? I just thought it was one of those you know, French style of toilets. I did think that having benches in there was a bit strange but this is Europe after all. The family sitting on them at the time didn't seem to be too surprised when I dropped my pants."

Dr Anchong is optimistic that he will be released from his cell once the authorities realise that it is a simple misunderstanding.

"I'm getting the hang of this now," he said. "My cell mate, Quentin, keeps on about having a 'fag' in the shower and I now know he's talking about cigarettes. I've told him I don't have any, but he insists that he's going to have one tonight whether I like it or not. For a convict, he's quite a helluva guy."

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