Thursday, 3 April 2008

Arse Kickin' Good

It's nice to see the Safer Neighbourhoods team are doing their bit to uphold law and order in Worcester Park. In relation to the ongoing problems of anti-social behaviour outside KFC in Central Road, they report that:

"..on 12th January we took one youth, who had been causing problems at the KFC, to the police station where his parents were called to collect him."

Gosh. You can picture the chavs quaking in their Ugg boots at that one. I wonder if he got a clip round the ear and sent to bed with no Bargain Bucket?

I suspect, though, that it's more to do with the lack of powers available to the police than the lack of will to tackle these oiks.
Browning Avenue (on the border of The Hamptons development) seems to be a trouble-spot as well, according to the team's reports of nuisance noise and vandalism - is it really that bad around there?

8 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

dreamyhikes said...

There's a joke in here somewhere..

Chickens and Chavs crossing the road to get away from the Huntsman..

Anonymous said...

Wait a min... your talking about the future clients of the Huntsman

Anonymous said...

"Browning Avenue (on the border of The Hamptons development) seems to be a trouble-spot as well, according to the team's reports of nuisance noise and vandalism - is it really that bad around there?"

You haven't lived in Worcester Park for very long have you? That road is the nest, the hive, the very epicentre of Worcester Park chavdom.

Anonymous said...

Browning Avenue....otherwise known as ASBO Alley

Roy said...

I bet the chavs parents had to interupt there drinking in the Huntsman to go and pick him up from the police station. Causing a ruck in KFC was probably some kind of initiation cermony...

Grant said...

The only way to deal with these cretins is to chop them up into small pieces deep fry them and sell them as pop corn chavs.

Jennifer said...

I've lived in WP for 20 years and I didn't know that about Browning Avenue...

Anonymous said...

Heard that there has been a second murder in leafy Ashtead in a matter of months. Prior to Christmas, a lady in her fifties was found murdered in her house. No one has been charged for this heinous crime. On Friday night, a 25 year old from Epsom was found murdered in a garage close to the train station. The police have arrested a 24 year old from Ashtead. Check the BBC southern counties website for more details.

DORKING Dan

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