Last year a brave 8 year old German Shepherd Police Dog called Zak took a large chunk out of the bottomly bits of petty thief John Davies. Mr Davies said that he was “innocently trying to escape after Zak and his handler spotted the him trying to steal a bronze statue from a park.”
The statue worth £3,000 was saved and the thief’s rear wounded, which was just all in a days work for Zak, who only bites burglars and thieves happily.
Normally, in the Prime Minister daft Dave Chameleon’s Britain, if something like this happens and a thief or burglar gets hurt plying his ‘trade’ he or she can sue the Police or the property owner for the injury.
As an example of this nonsense believe it or not this week Police asked residents in Britain to remove metal mesh from the windows of their sheds after a spate of robberies because “burglars might hurt themselves while breaking in.”
Next householders expect to be asked to remove the glass from window panes for the same reason because we all know how sharp glass is after you have smashed it with a brick to gain illegal entry – don’t we?
But this time during Mr. Davies’ trial this week, for some really odd and almost inexplicable reason the sore bottomed thief wasn’t allowed the privilege of using the corrupt legal system to obtain damages from Zak and his owners because on hearing just how the criminal was caught Judge Julian Lambert said in court yesterday: “Good! I hope it hurt. Well done Zak!”
Yes well done Zak! He did what my dog Ben and any other right thinking Dog would do and of course what people in Britain should do (but tend not to because of fear of retribution from not only the burglars but also the legal system), no not bite thieves’ bums but help to maintain the law like.
Since all of the excitement Zak has retired and if he is anything like his human Police colleagues he will be receiving an enormous pension, still Zak is one pensioner who deserves his pension and a peaceful retirement. His handler still looks after him and said. “Zak’s now living a quieter life with me in Cheltenham and is perfect with children and families.”
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