The images above are ‘doing the rounds’ on the internet at the moment, but no-one really seems to know whether they are ‘real’ or not; such is the expertise that some people have when it comes to using Adobe Photoshop!
Is it a wind-up or has someone really graffitied the ‘Police Investigation Centre’ with loads of penises?
There is a common practice within the police force, that if you leave your pocket notebook open (the place where important evidence is often recorded in the form of statements etc), then your oppos will scribble as many penises on the blank pages as possible.
Because the pocket notebook of a police officer is an ‘official’ document, it then means that should the Crown Prosecution Service need copies of an officer’s pocket notebook for an investigation then, guess what..?
The penises will then make their way onto the desks of CPS lawyers up-and-down the country! And, potentially, into a Courtroom!
So maybe someone left the gates open at this establishment, and the penises have now ‘arrived’ in order to prove a point (i.e. that you should not leave ANYTHING insecure!).
Or maybe its was ‘freshers week’ for the next batch of direct entry detectives who have yet to learn the subtle undertones of ‘acceptable’ banter?
In truth, we do not know where the penises have come from, who is responsible or even if they are real.
What we do know, is that the ‘artwork’ is very similar to what you might find in the pocket notebook of a police officer who has left his/her notebook laying around at the police station…
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