It may be mean but I have been laughing for two days about the ” Drive by Yoghourt attack”.
The full story is here:
Alison Nurton, founder of the Sherborne haberdashery Butterfly Bright, was arriving at her new premises on Cheap Street to teach a crochet workshop at around 7.05pm on Wednesday, January 20, when a yoghurt was thrown at her and the entrance to the shop.
Read more: http://www.centralsomersetgazette.co.uk/Drive-yoghurt-attack-crochet-teacher-s/story-28590287-detail/story.html#ixzz3yMCrETCz
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Some of the comments too are hilarious an surely reminiscent of a Clouseau or Mr Bean film. Or maybe a follow up to Hot Fuzz, which come to think of it was that film not made on location in the West Country?
“The hunt is on for a yoghurt throwing convertible driver after two drive-by dairy attacks in Dorset”
“Frightening and quite upsetting” yoghurt incident shocks South West town” (Sherborne in dorset)
But I save the best for last here.
“It seems it wasn’t an isolated incident as another yoghurt pot was seen on the pavement outside the Crown Pub on the A30 the same night”
So the Sherborne streets are littered with yoghurt pots…..weapons of terror. I have consulted as one does Wikipedia to see how they define “weapons” and there is currently no entry for Yoghurt Pot.
The stories however just keep on coming…
White van man nearly blows himself up while polishing dashboard
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