Saturday, October 14, 2006

Council spends £10,000 on 'baa' investigation

It has taken more than 12 months and cost about £10,000 but a council is finally on the verge of discovering the identity of a man who kept saying "baa" during a planning meeting.

After a wide-ranging investigation, Havering council, based in Romford, Essex, has prepared a 300-page report, according to the Romford Recorder newspaper.

Unfortunately, the downside is that the prime suspect is no longer a councillor and is, therefore, beyond the scope of any punishment that it might want to mete out.

WTF? Why would you need to waste so much money and write such a big report on someone shouting baa? Why would anyone even care?

Someone needs to shoot these dumbarses and make it fast.

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