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Prisoners sue for Jedi recognition

Inmates turn the full force of unhappiness on authorities for failing to recognise galactic faith. • Four prisoners are threatening to sue the prison service for failing to recognise their Jedi religion. The inmates claim they are being discriminated against after their Star Wars-based faith was identified as the UK's seventh most popu

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Police warn against 'romantic engagements' while driving

Police warn against 'romantic engagements' while driving

Force issues warning after pulling over semi-naked man who was romantically involved with woman whilst driving. • The Surrey Roads Policing Unit have issued some wise words of caution to motorists who feel they should engage in romantic moments while on the road. The Twitter warning follows the report of a semi-naked driver who was stop

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Police go potty over missing plant

Police go potty over missing plant

Neighbourhood Policing Team receive criticism in their hyperbolic response to reports of a missing plant pot. • Sussex Police have been accused of an over zealous attempt to locate a missing flowerpot from an address in Eastbourne, Sussex. Local media reports have suggested that, following a report of a 2ft brown pot containing a hydran

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Police called as dictator haircut row escalates

Police called as dictator haircut row escalates

Officers confirm they have received a call over hair salon's North Korea leader ad. • North Korean diplomats have asked the British government to step in after a London hairdresser used an image of the secretive regime's leader in a promotion for cheaper hair cuts. The poster displayed in the window at M&M Hair Academy in Sou

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GMP responds to criminal's taunt

GMP responds to criminal's taunt

Greater Manchester Police come out on top as they apprehend criminal who doubted their ability to locate him. • A convicted criminal, wanted for the breach of his early release from prison terms, took to Facebook to warn officers they would need employ their ‘fast wips [sic]’ in order to find him . However, when Greater

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