What should be highlighted is that police and other scan Facebook – so stupid sods that go on about – legal for now – behaviour are asking for trouble.
Yes, Plod, you are quite right. May I (and readers) assume that you are of the PC Plod variety? I’m going to take that silence as a Yes.
Faster than hedges, hitches and ditches when viewed from a train you can bet your bottom dollar that there are snouts are in the trough of Facebook-ers. Your observation is particularly pertinent this week as I’ve just experienced a bonkers escalation of a social race to shame, as sodden between ‘friends’ who post THOSE kinds of photos and go against what constitutes good taste. I’m quite happy not to know what you look like in your bikini/thong/short-short-shorts. This rather than to be caused visual pain by an array of fleshy (bolder and other) holders making stand to attention – like missiles to the launch – various bodily parts.
Is this just a nonsensical faux pas in fashion sophistication? Back to you Plod. Whilst, certainly not breaches of the law – per se – I do declare that these are crimes in their own right! Besides, don’t those in the best social circles reveal their parts only to their most intimate of partners? Much more effective for one’s imagination. I do not need to know what you look like with your pants off! Unless you can hold up a good pair of course.
I ask only this; please do not make other perturbed and disturbed. Chances are you’ll be breaking the law too.
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