Friday, August 25, 2006

POLICE HOOVER UP FESTIE HEADS

The police are busy down in Berkshire, with fifteen arrests in the first few hours of the Reading Festival and 87 offences reported already. The arrests, of course, are mainly drug-related.

Meanwhile, the police are warning against touts: Supt Steve Hockin, of Thames Valley Police, said: "I would like to remind people not to buy tickets from touts as there is a serious risk that the tickets will be false and you will be wasting your money. It is a big risk."

We're not quite sure what a "false" ticket would be - perhaps it worships a graven image.


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