Most of the time, Firefighters tend to escape the bad, odd and bizarre behaviour of certain individuals who really should not be allowed out of their premises after sunset.
I am talking here, about the sort of individuals who, if you was walking down the street with your partner, would probably end up hurling abuse at you just because it makes them feel good or better about themselves.
The sad reality of the c__kwomble is very real.
We all have seen, at some point in our lives, this type of individual out-and-about as we just try to go about our business – they are an embarrassment not only to themselves, but to the whole of humanity.
This morning via our twitter handle (@ES_Humour), our attention was drawn to a tweet that was shared on the Andover Fire Station (@Andover31) twitter account about some numpty who decided to try and force entry into their fire station.
The male was aggressive and abusive towards the firefighters and the crews at Andover Fire Station have asked for YOUR help in trying to identify the individual concerned.
The tweet said:
“A male verbally abused firefighters @Andover31 at 0300 this morning and tried to gain entry to the station by punching and kicking doors.
“He was very aggressive.
“If anyone has any information please call police on 101”.
Jokes about waking up firefighters aside, then clearly whoever this individual is needs to be spoken to, before he decides to go back again and potentially cause any damage to the fire station, its equipment or indeed its firefighters!
If you do happen to know anything, then please call the non-emergency police number on 101 and mention that you are phoning about about the aggressive male who tried kicking in the doors at Andover Fire Station.
Maybe if the male does return, then he could potentially be used as a real-life replacement for a crash dummy, or perhaps he could be used in some other ‘training’ exercise…..
As you would expect, followers have taken to twitter to share their shock at just why someone would decide to try and bust open the doors of a fire station.
Written by one of the many admins of Emergency Services Humour who is also a regular blogger in our fortnightly eMagazine ’S__ts & Giggles’ which you can sign up to by visiting our Facebook page and clicking on the ‘sign up’ button or by visiting: ShitsAndGiggles.Online
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