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BTL: Thief In The House

Are our men in blue busy preparing for a tournament, and not arresting those breaking curfew hours??
14 Sep 2020 13:23
BTL: Thief In The House

THIEF IN THE HOUSE

A man recently returned to Labasa from a Government quarantine facility. He didn’t tell his wife about his return and had previously been informed by someone that his wife was having an affair with a Police officer.

Instead of going home he went straight to the Labasa Police Station and told them that there was a thief inside his house. When the officers arrived at the scene they were surprised to see their colleague inside the house.

According to a source the officer has since been terminated and the woman was chased out of the house for infidelity.

DROWNING

It is alarming to see children fall victim to drowning, one case after another. The question is who should be responsible? The latest victim is a 14-year-old student who drowned at the Suva Olympic Pool on Saturday. BTL wonders where the pool attendants were when the incident happened. It is true that it is too late to point fingers but with school holidays ahead it is about time something is done before another person becomes a statistic.

PARKING SPACE

An uproar mounted on social media on Saturday when a visually impaired woman posted a photo of a vehicle belonging to an able-bodied person parked in the persons with disabilities parking space at the MHCC in Suva.

Looks like some drivers need to be reminded that parking spaces reserved for people with disabilities are reserved particularly for them. Non-disabled vehicle owners need not to take advantage of this space should it be vacant.

BTL understands that the owner of the vehicle yesterday offered a public apology on Facebook.

SLEEPING ON THE JOB

The heads of Police Departments should find out why there were hardly any arrests made during curfew hours in the North. BTL was told that Police officers were busy preparing for a tournament.

They were said to be so busy with preparations that some were seen sleeping under the tent during curfew hours. How then can they be expected to arrest curfew violators when they’re sleeping on the job!.

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