UPDATE: Man held after armed police swoop on Weymouth home

Dorset Echo: The scene in Lennox Street last night The scene in Lennox Street last night

A MAN has been arrested after police became concerned for residents in a Weymouth street last night.

The 52-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of affray and is being held by police.

Armed police officers, five police cars, a police 4x4 and a police van were sent to a disturbance in a house in Lennox Street in the Park District at 8.30pm last night.

The action centred on the Landor Guest House.

A Dorset Police spokeswoman described the disturbance as 'an alleged domestic incident' and said threats were made with a knife.

She said: "A man was threatening to harm himself while also presenting a risk to the public and attending officers.

"The incident ended safely following the arrest of a 52-year-old Weymouth man on suspicion of affray.

"No one was injured during this incident and the detained man is currently helping officers with their inquiries."

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1:59am Thu 13 Mar 14

justme123 says...

well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised .

its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew
well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised . its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew justme123
  • Score: 21

3:35am Thu 13 Mar 14

westbaywonder says...

justme123 wrote:
well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised .

its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew
Nothing wrong with super strong brew, its the drunks and drugs types that drink it that give it a bad name.
[quote][p][bold]justme123[/bold] wrote: well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised . its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew[/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with super strong brew, its the drunks and drugs types that drink it that give it a bad name. westbaywonder
  • Score: -4

7:08am Thu 13 Mar 14

unexpected error says...

westbaywonder wrote:
justme123 wrote:
well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised .

its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew
Nothing wrong with super strong brew, its the drunks and drugs types that drink it that give it a bad name.
Does anybody drink super strength lagerbeer unless they have a drink problem? I'd be surprised cos it doesn't make a very pleasant drink.
[quote][p][bold]westbaywonder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]justme123[/bold] wrote: well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised . its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew[/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with super strong brew, its the drunks and drugs types that drink it that give it a bad name.[/p][/quote]Does anybody drink super strength lagerbeer unless they have a drink problem? I'd be surprised cos it doesn't make a very pleasant drink. unexpected error
  • Score: 25

7:34am Thu 13 Mar 14

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE says...

DOZENS of police officers swooped on a street.
Did the police arrive from the air?
I don't understand the comment about super strength lager having an unpleasant taste - the can that I had with my dinner last night tasted OK to me.
DOZENS of police officers swooped on a street. Did the police arrive from the air? I don't understand the comment about super strength lager having an unpleasant taste - the can that I had with my dinner last night tasted OK to me. IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE
  • Score: -16

9:05am Thu 13 Mar 14

melcombe boy says...

justme123 wrote:
well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised .

its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew
A drunk is a druggie! Because most of the masses like a drink it somehow always gets put in a different category.
Alcohol is addictive, toxic to health and the single biggest problem drug in the U.K.
[quote][p][bold]justme123[/bold] wrote: well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised . its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew[/p][/quote]A drunk is a druggie! Because most of the masses like a drink it somehow always gets put in a different category. Alcohol is addictive, toxic to health and the single biggest problem drug in the U.K. melcombe boy
  • Score: 14

10:23am Thu 13 Mar 14

elloello1980 says...

melcombe boy wrote:
justme123 wrote: well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised . its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew
A drunk is a druggie! Because most of the masses like a drink it somehow always gets put in a different category. Alcohol is addictive, toxic to health and the single biggest problem drug in the U.K.
But alcohol is legal, so it's not dangerous and users are not criminals.

Cannabis, however,,,
[quote][p][bold]melcombe boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]justme123[/bold] wrote: well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised . its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew[/p][/quote]A drunk is a druggie! Because most of the masses like a drink it somehow always gets put in a different category. Alcohol is addictive, toxic to health and the single biggest problem drug in the U.K.[/p][/quote]But alcohol is legal, so it's not dangerous and users are not criminals. Cannabis, however,,, elloello1980
  • Score: 1

10:33am Thu 13 Mar 14

killerkelly1980 says...

WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home??? killerkelly1980
  • Score: 9

10:41am Thu 13 Mar 14

wowfood says...

killerkelly1980 wrote:
WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
Probably still being detained by the police.
[quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]Probably still being detained by the police. wowfood
  • Score: 6

10:45am Thu 13 Mar 14

babaswim says...

I do sympathise with the Police they spend a lot of time and effort getting these people to the Courts with recommendations to bang them up - only for the Courts to release them with a slap on the wrist.
I do sympathise with the Police they spend a lot of time and effort getting these people to the Courts with recommendations to bang them up - only for the Courts to release them with a slap on the wrist. babaswim
  • Score: 18

11:42am Thu 13 Mar 14

Portlandgary says...

killerkelly1980 wrote:
WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts!
[quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts! Portlandgary
  • Score: 4

11:56am Thu 13 Mar 14

melcombe boy says...

elloello1980 wrote:
melcombe boy wrote:
justme123 wrote: well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised . its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew
A drunk is a druggie! Because most of the masses like a drink it somehow always gets put in a different category. Alcohol is addictive, toxic to health and the single biggest problem drug in the U.K.
But alcohol is legal, so it's not dangerous and users are not criminals.

Cannabis, however,,,
That is silly denial. A drug is a drug is a drug whether it is legal or not.
The simple fact is that alcohol is far more toxic and damaging to health than most illegal drugs.
Many people who like a drink have utter contempt for other drug users. Total hypocrisy!
Ask the NHS what the biggest problem is. Only last week it was claimed that up to a third of emergency beds are taken by alcohol abusers.
Ask the police who have to deal with drunken violent crime and abuse on a daily basis.
[quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]melcombe boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]justme123[/bold] wrote: well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised . its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew[/p][/quote]A drunk is a druggie! Because most of the masses like a drink it somehow always gets put in a different category. Alcohol is addictive, toxic to health and the single biggest problem drug in the U.K.[/p][/quote]But alcohol is legal, so it's not dangerous and users are not criminals. Cannabis, however,,,[/p][/quote]That is silly denial. A drug is a drug is a drug whether it is legal or not. The simple fact is that alcohol is far more toxic and damaging to health than most illegal drugs. Many people who like a drink have utter contempt for other drug users. Total hypocrisy! Ask the NHS what the biggest problem is. Only last week it was claimed that up to a third of emergency beds are taken by alcohol abusers. Ask the police who have to deal with drunken violent crime and abuse on a daily basis. melcombe boy
  • Score: 8

12:14pm Thu 13 Mar 14

TenBobDylanThomasHardy says...

Portlandgary wrote:
killerkelly1980 wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts!
Yes, come on James Young, where are you...
[quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts![/p][/quote]Yes, come on James Young, where are you... TenBobDylanThomasHardy
  • Score: -6

12:22pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Portlandgary says...

TenBobDylanThomasHar
dy
wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
killerkelly1980 wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts!
Yes, come on James Young, where are you...
This is not who I was thinking of! ...........
[quote][p][bold]TenBobDylanThomasHar dy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts![/p][/quote]Yes, come on James Young, where are you...[/p][/quote]This is not who I was thinking of! ........... Portlandgary
  • Score: 2

12:50pm Thu 13 Mar 14

elloello1980 says...

melcombe boy wrote:
elloello1980 wrote:
melcombe boy wrote:
justme123 wrote: well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised . its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew
A drunk is a druggie! Because most of the masses like a drink it somehow always gets put in a different category. Alcohol is addictive, toxic to health and the single biggest problem drug in the U.K.
But alcohol is legal, so it's not dangerous and users are not criminals. Cannabis, however,,,
That is silly denial. A drug is a drug is a drug whether it is legal or not. The simple fact is that alcohol is far more toxic and damaging to health than most illegal drugs. Many people who like a drink have utter contempt for other drug users. Total hypocrisy! Ask the NHS what the biggest problem is. Only last week it was claimed that up to a third of emergency beds are taken by alcohol abusers. Ask the police who have to deal with drunken violent crime and abuse on a daily basis.
but the people in the adverts for alcohol look so happy and cool?

Not like the tragic cases of the two cannabis deaths in bournemouth.

Listen to the men at top and the law. they know what's best for us..
[quote][p][bold]melcombe boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]melcombe boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]justme123[/bold] wrote: well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised . its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew[/p][/quote]A drunk is a druggie! Because most of the masses like a drink it somehow always gets put in a different category. Alcohol is addictive, toxic to health and the single biggest problem drug in the U.K.[/p][/quote]But alcohol is legal, so it's not dangerous and users are not criminals. Cannabis, however,,,[/p][/quote]That is silly denial. A drug is a drug is a drug whether it is legal or not. The simple fact is that alcohol is far more toxic and damaging to health than most illegal drugs. Many people who like a drink have utter contempt for other drug users. Total hypocrisy! Ask the NHS what the biggest problem is. Only last week it was claimed that up to a third of emergency beds are taken by alcohol abusers. Ask the police who have to deal with drunken violent crime and abuse on a daily basis.[/p][/quote]but the people in the adverts for alcohol look so happy and cool? Not like the tragic cases of the two cannabis deaths in bournemouth. Listen to the men at top and the law. they know what's best for us.. elloello1980
  • Score: 4

12:51pm Thu 13 Mar 14

elloello1980 says...

Portlandgary wrote:
TenBobDylanThomasHar dy wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
killerkelly1980 wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts!
Yes, come on James Young, where are you...
This is not who I was thinking of! ...........
shuffle?
[quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TenBobDylanThomasHar dy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts![/p][/quote]Yes, come on James Young, where are you...[/p][/quote]This is not who I was thinking of! ...........[/p][/quote]shuffle? elloello1980
  • Score: 4

2:24pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Parkstreetshufle says...

elloello1980 wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
TenBobDylanThomasHar dy wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
killerkelly1980 wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts!
Yes, come on James Young, where are you...
This is not who I was thinking of! ...........
shuffle?
Nice to know Im missed.
You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.
[quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TenBobDylanThomasHar dy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts![/p][/quote]Yes, come on James Young, where are you...[/p][/quote]This is not who I was thinking of! ...........[/p][/quote]shuffle?[/p][/quote]Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better. Parkstreetshufle
  • Score: 2

2:44pm Thu 13 Mar 14

elloello1980 says...

Parkstreetshufle wrote:
elloello1980 wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
TenBobDylanThomasHar dy wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
killerkelly1980 wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts!
Yes, come on James Young, where are you...
This is not who I was thinking of! ...........
shuffle?
Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.
that's it, blame it on the weather man! :)
[quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TenBobDylanThomasHar dy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts![/p][/quote]Yes, come on James Young, where are you...[/p][/quote]This is not who I was thinking of! ...........[/p][/quote]shuffle?[/p][/quote]Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.[/p][/quote]that's it, blame it on the weather man! :) elloello1980
  • Score: 1

3:15pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Parkstreetshufle says...

elloello1980 wrote:
Parkstreetshufle wrote:
elloello1980 wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
TenBobDylanThomasHar dy wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
killerkelly1980 wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts!
Yes, come on James Young, where are you...
This is not who I was thinking of! ...........
shuffle?
Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.
that's it, blame it on the weather man! :)
Worse time to be in a car - when it rains. Its an instant traffic jam because nobody wants to get wet. The sun comes out - its goes to peoples heads, and it brings out the drinkers. I think you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze. If nobody drank - nobody would drink to excess. We'd be more productive and the NHS ER bill would be a fraction of what it is now.
If the bloke in the above story wasn't drunk - Id be amazed. They should double the tax on booze and stop charging me so much income tax.
[quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TenBobDylanThomasHar dy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts![/p][/quote]Yes, come on James Young, where are you...[/p][/quote]This is not who I was thinking of! ...........[/p][/quote]shuffle?[/p][/quote]Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.[/p][/quote]that's it, blame it on the weather man! :)[/p][/quote]Worse time to be in a car - when it rains. Its an instant traffic jam because nobody wants to get wet. The sun comes out - its goes to peoples heads, and it brings out the drinkers. I think you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze. If nobody drank - nobody would drink to excess. We'd be more productive and the NHS ER bill would be a fraction of what it is now. If the bloke in the above story wasn't drunk - Id be amazed. They should double the tax on booze and stop charging me so much income tax. Parkstreetshufle
  • Score: -2

4:27pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Portlandgary says...

Parkstreetshufle wrote:
elloello1980 wrote:
Parkstreetshufle wrote:
elloello1980 wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
TenBobDylanThomasHar dy wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
killerkelly1980 wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts!
Yes, come on James Young, where are you...
This is not who I was thinking of! ...........
shuffle?
Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.
that's it, blame it on the weather man! :)
Worse time to be in a car - when it rains. Its an instant traffic jam because nobody wants to get wet. The sun comes out - its goes to peoples heads, and it brings out the drinkers. I think you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze. If nobody drank - nobody would drink to excess. We'd be more productive and the NHS ER bill would be a fraction of what it is now.
If the bloke in the above story wasn't drunk - Id be amazed. They should double the tax on booze and stop charging me so much income tax.
You believe that you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze?
Please explain, I am intrigued as to what you mean by that sweeping statement.
[quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TenBobDylanThomasHar dy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts![/p][/quote]Yes, come on James Young, where are you...[/p][/quote]This is not who I was thinking of! ...........[/p][/quote]shuffle?[/p][/quote]Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.[/p][/quote]that's it, blame it on the weather man! :)[/p][/quote]Worse time to be in a car - when it rains. Its an instant traffic jam because nobody wants to get wet. The sun comes out - its goes to peoples heads, and it brings out the drinkers. I think you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze. If nobody drank - nobody would drink to excess. We'd be more productive and the NHS ER bill would be a fraction of what it is now. If the bloke in the above story wasn't drunk - Id be amazed. They should double the tax on booze and stop charging me so much income tax.[/p][/quote]You believe that you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze? Please explain, I am intrigued as to what you mean by that sweeping statement. Portlandgary
  • Score: 9

6:17pm Thu 13 Mar 14

westbaywonder says...

unexpected error wrote:
westbaywonder wrote:
justme123 wrote:
well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised .

its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew
Nothing wrong with super strong brew, its the drunks and drugs types that drink it that give it a bad name.
Does anybody drink super strength lagerbeer unless they have a drink problem? I'd be surprised cos it doesn't make a very pleasant drink.
Your ignorance is outstanding!
[quote][p][bold]unexpected error[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]westbaywonder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]justme123[/bold] wrote: well if its down that end then if its not drink or drugs related i would be suprised . its about time the police started culling these druggies and drunks they go on about making the town better for visitors and what must they think when they come into town when they pass what is known as drunk shelter which is usually filled with rowdy drunks and littlered with cans of the usual super strong brew[/p][/quote]Nothing wrong with super strong brew, its the drunks and drugs types that drink it that give it a bad name.[/p][/quote]Does anybody drink super strength lagerbeer unless they have a drink problem? I'd be surprised cos it doesn't make a very pleasant drink.[/p][/quote]Your ignorance is outstanding! westbaywonder
  • Score: 3

6:29pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Parkstreetshufle says...

Portlandgary wrote:
Parkstreetshufle wrote:
elloello1980 wrote:
Parkstreetshufle wrote:
elloello1980 wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
TenBobDylanThomasHar dy wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
killerkelly1980 wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts!
Yes, come on James Young, where are you...
This is not who I was thinking of! ...........
shuffle?
Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.
that's it, blame it on the weather man! :)
Worse time to be in a car - when it rains. Its an instant traffic jam because nobody wants to get wet. The sun comes out - its goes to peoples heads, and it brings out the drinkers. I think you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze. If nobody drank - nobody would drink to excess. We'd be more productive and the NHS ER bill would be a fraction of what it is now.
If the bloke in the above story wasn't drunk - Id be amazed. They should double the tax on booze and stop charging me so much income tax.
You believe that you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze?
Please explain, I am intrigued as to what you mean by that sweeping statement.
Certainly - when you consider that the houses of parliament have many bars open all hours. Try and stop the MPs drinking and you would face a strike quicker than you could say 'Scotch and Ice'. Need I say any more?
[quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TenBobDylanThomasHar dy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts![/p][/quote]Yes, come on James Young, where are you...[/p][/quote]This is not who I was thinking of! ...........[/p][/quote]shuffle?[/p][/quote]Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.[/p][/quote]that's it, blame it on the weather man! :)[/p][/quote]Worse time to be in a car - when it rains. Its an instant traffic jam because nobody wants to get wet. The sun comes out - its goes to peoples heads, and it brings out the drinkers. I think you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze. If nobody drank - nobody would drink to excess. We'd be more productive and the NHS ER bill would be a fraction of what it is now. If the bloke in the above story wasn't drunk - Id be amazed. They should double the tax on booze and stop charging me so much income tax.[/p][/quote]You believe that you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze? Please explain, I am intrigued as to what you mean by that sweeping statement.[/p][/quote]Certainly - when you consider that the houses of parliament have many bars open all hours. Try and stop the MPs drinking and you would face a strike quicker than you could say 'Scotch and Ice'. Need I say any more? Parkstreetshufle
  • Score: -9

6:47pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Portlandgary says...

Parkstreetshufle wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
Parkstreetshufle wrote:
elloello1980 wrote:
Parkstreetshufle wrote:
elloello1980 wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
TenBobDylanThomasHar dy wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
killerkelly1980 wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts!
Yes, come on James Young, where are you...
This is not who I was thinking of! ...........
shuffle?
Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.
that's it, blame it on the weather man! :)
Worse time to be in a car - when it rains. Its an instant traffic jam because nobody wants to get wet. The sun comes out - its goes to peoples heads, and it brings out the drinkers. I think you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze. If nobody drank - nobody would drink to excess. We'd be more productive and the NHS ER bill would be a fraction of what it is now.
If the bloke in the above story wasn't drunk - Id be amazed. They should double the tax on booze and stop charging me so much income tax.
You believe that you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze?
Please explain, I am intrigued as to what you mean by that sweeping statement.
Certainly - when you consider that the houses of parliament have many bars open all hours. Try and stop the MPs drinking and you would face a strike quicker than you could say 'Scotch and Ice'. Need I say any more?
Sorry, still don't understand your reasoning.
[quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TenBobDylanThomasHar dy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts![/p][/quote]Yes, come on James Young, where are you...[/p][/quote]This is not who I was thinking of! ...........[/p][/quote]shuffle?[/p][/quote]Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.[/p][/quote]that's it, blame it on the weather man! :)[/p][/quote]Worse time to be in a car - when it rains. Its an instant traffic jam because nobody wants to get wet. The sun comes out - its goes to peoples heads, and it brings out the drinkers. I think you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze. If nobody drank - nobody would drink to excess. We'd be more productive and the NHS ER bill would be a fraction of what it is now. If the bloke in the above story wasn't drunk - Id be amazed. They should double the tax on booze and stop charging me so much income tax.[/p][/quote]You believe that you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze? Please explain, I am intrigued as to what you mean by that sweeping statement.[/p][/quote]Certainly - when you consider that the houses of parliament have many bars open all hours. Try and stop the MPs drinking and you would face a strike quicker than you could say 'Scotch and Ice'. Need I say any more?[/p][/quote]Sorry, still don't understand your reasoning. Portlandgary
  • Score: 8

7:14pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Parkstreetshufle says...

Portlandgary wrote:
Parkstreetshufle wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
Parkstreetshufle wrote:
elloello1980 wrote:
Parkstreetshufle wrote:
elloello1980 wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
TenBobDylanThomasHar dy wrote:
Portlandgary wrote:
killerkelly1980 wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???
If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts!
Yes, come on James Young, where are you...
This is not who I was thinking of! ...........
shuffle?
Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.
that's it, blame it on the weather man! :)
Worse time to be in a car - when it rains. Its an instant traffic jam because nobody wants to get wet. The sun comes out - its goes to peoples heads, and it brings out the drinkers. I think you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze. If nobody drank - nobody would drink to excess. We'd be more productive and the NHS ER bill would be a fraction of what it is now.
If the bloke in the above story wasn't drunk - Id be amazed. They should double the tax on booze and stop charging me so much income tax.
You believe that you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze?
Please explain, I am intrigued as to what you mean by that sweeping statement.
Certainly - when you consider that the houses of parliament have many bars open all hours. Try and stop the MPs drinking and you would face a strike quicker than you could say 'Scotch and Ice'. Need I say any more?
Sorry, still don't understand your reasoning.
You don't understand? The people running the country are drunk. Thats what Im saying. Its a bit of black humour, and a very facile I know - but very true in some ways...
[quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Parkstreetshufle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elloello1980[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TenBobDylanThomasHar dy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Portlandgary[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]killerkelly1980[/bold] wrote: WOW.... I see a certain person has yet to comment on this headline. Perhaps a little to close to home???[/p][/quote]If we are thinking of the same person I have to agree with your thoughts![/p][/quote]Yes, come on James Young, where are you...[/p][/quote]This is not who I was thinking of! ...........[/p][/quote]shuffle?[/p][/quote]Nice to know Im missed. You can't put a foot wrong in the Park District - the Police are down on it pretty instantly. Penny Street end has had quite a few problems in the past but generally even thats quiet now. The trouble makers have been moved and the booze related incidents are minimal. Its the first thing in months - probably related to the weather getting better.[/p][/quote]that's it, blame it on the weather man! :)[/p][/quote]Worse time to be in a car - when it rains. Its an instant traffic jam because nobody wants to get wet. The sun comes out - its goes to peoples heads, and it brings out the drinkers. I think you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze. If nobody drank - nobody would drink to excess. We'd be more productive and the NHS ER bill would be a fraction of what it is now. If the bloke in the above story wasn't drunk - Id be amazed. They should double the tax on booze and stop charging me so much income tax.[/p][/quote]You believe that you can blame 95% of the countries problems on booze? Please explain, I am intrigued as to what you mean by that sweeping statement.[/p][/quote]Certainly - when you consider that the houses of parliament have many bars open all hours. Try and stop the MPs drinking and you would face a strike quicker than you could say 'Scotch and Ice'. Need I say any more?[/p][/quote]Sorry, still don't understand your reasoning.[/p][/quote]You don't understand? The people running the country are drunk. Thats what Im saying. Its a bit of black humour, and a very facile I know - but very true in some ways... Parkstreetshufle
  • Score: -10

7:21pm Thu 13 Mar 14

The Muffler says...

"The action centred on the Landor Guest House."

Guest House is a bit of a misnomer! The Landor is an HMO with nothing but lovely 'residents'. The police were probably parked outside beforehand.
"The action centred on the Landor Guest House." Guest House is a bit of a misnomer! The Landor is an HMO with nothing but lovely 'residents'. The police were probably parked outside beforehand. The Muffler
  • Score: 7

7:14pm Fri 14 Mar 14

westbaywonder says...

Yes you have defo landed on your feet at the Landor! lol
Yes you have defo landed on your feet at the Landor! lol westbaywonder
  • Score: -1

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