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Women at party mistake police for male strippers

 
 
Reply Mon 28 Jul, 2008 09:18 am
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28.07.2008
PARTY POOPERS
German Cops Mistaken for Strippers


When you're having a great party and two men in police uniforms knock at your door, they're not necessarily male strippers -- they may actually be police officers. A young woman in western Germany learned that lesson at the weekend.

Two German police officers responding to a complaint about loud party noise on Saturday night were met with cheers and applause from the guests who mistook them for male strippers.

"A young woman was giving a party and there seems to have been some confusion initially because the partygoers thought the two officers were a strip act," a spokesman for the police in the south-western town of Simmern told SPIEGEL ONLINE on Monday.

Male strippers often dress as policemen and the line "We've been called to investigate a disturbance" can serve as a cue for them to discard their uniforms and perform an erotic dance.

Not this time though. "The misunderstanding was swiftly resolved and calm was restored," the spokesman said. "And there was no theft of any parts of the uniforms."
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DrewDad
 
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Reply Mon 28 Jul, 2008 09:25 am
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"And there was no theft of any parts of the uniforms."


...so the officers didn't have to replace the stuffed codpieces out of pocket....
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Bi-Polar Bear
 
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Reply Mon 28 Jul, 2008 09:28 am
Re: Women at party mistake police for male strippers
Walter Hinteler wrote:
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28.07.2008
PARTY POOPERS
German Cops Mistaken for Strippers


When you're having a great party and two men in police uniforms knock at your door, they're not necessarily male strippers -- they may actually be police officers. A young woman in western Germany learned that lesson at the weekend.

Two German police officers responding to a complaint about loud party noise on Saturday night were met with cheers and applause from the guests who mistook them for male strippers.

"A young woman was giving a party and there seems to have been some confusion initially because the partygoers thought the two officers were a strip act," a spokesman for the police in the south-western town of Simmern told SPIEGEL ONLINE on Monday.

Male strippers often dress as policemen and the line "We've been called to investigate a disturbance" can serve as a cue for them to discard their uniforms and perform an erotic dance.

Not this time though. "The misunderstanding was swiftly resolved and calm was restored," the spokesman said. "And there was no theft of any parts of the uniforms."
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farmerman
 
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Reply Mon 28 Jul, 2008 09:33 am
Ill betcha the cops came away with a host of usual suspects for later cavity searches.
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Reyn
 
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Reply Tue 29 Jul, 2008 09:34 am
Good story, Walter, but you forgot to add the accompanying photo with this article!

http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/04_02/StuartKennedy2604_228x364.jpg
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TTH
 
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Reply Tue 29 Jul, 2008 09:38 am
Now that is funny Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
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boomerang
 
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Reply Tue 29 Jul, 2008 10:32 am
In another case of mistaken identity:

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Moon mistaken for UFO

Police in Wales were called to investigate a mysterious flying saucer, only to discover it was the moon.

By Urmee Khan
Last Updated: 11:17AM BST 05 Jul 2008

The confused caller asked: 'If you've got a couple of minutes perhaps you could find out what it is?'

The moon was mistaken for a "bright, stationary" UFO which had been loitering for at least half an hour, by a confused local in South Wales who made a 999 call to the police.

Today officers released a transcript in order to highlight the time wasted by unnecessary 999 calls.

The bizzare conversation ran as follows:

Control: "South Wales Police, what's your emergency?"

Caller: "It's not really. I just need to inform you that across the mountain there's a bright stationary object."

Control: "Right."

Caller: "If you've got a couple of minutes perhaps you could find out what it is? It's been there at least half an hour and it's still there."

Control: "It's been there for half an hour. Right. Is it actually on the mountain or in the sky?"

Caller: "It's in the air."

Control: "I will send someone up there now to check it out."

Caller: "OK."

After the police patrol car arrives, the script reveals the exchange between the control room and the police officer sent to the scene.

Control: "Alpha Zulu 20, this object in the sky, did anyone have a look at it?"

Officer: "Yes, it's the moon. Over."

A police spokeswoman said: "This was a recent example of an inappropriate 999 call to South Wales Police.
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nimh
 
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Reply Sat 9 Aug, 2008 12:18 am
boomerang wrote:
In another case of mistaken identity:

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Control: "Alpha Zulu 20, this object in the sky, did anyone have a look at it?"

Officer: "Yes, it's the moon. Over."

A police spokeswoman said: "This was a recent example of an inappropriate 999 call to South Wales Police.

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