Sidcup Horse and Groom Harvester restaurant tells soldier to cover up uniform on Remembrance Sunday

Soldier told to cover up uniform on Remembrance Sunday by Sidcup restaurant

Soldier told to cover up uniform on Remembrance Sunday by Sidcup restaurant

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A SOLDIER who is set to go to Afghanistan was told to cover up his uniform on Remembrance Sunday by staff at a Sidcup restaurant.

George Flett, an ex-serviceman who served in the army for 10 years, had been to a memorial service at St John's Church, in Church Road, Sidcup, with the 22-year-old soldier.

The pair then headed to the Horse and Groom Harvester, in Main Road, to meet Mr Flett's son for a drink.

Mr Flett, 62, said: "We got in there with no problem.

"We just got a couple mouthfuls into our beer when the manager came over and asked him to cover up his uniform. He said it was against the law."

Mr Flett, from Sidcup, added: "I looked at my friend's face, he was gutted and we couldn't believe it.

"He's a young man who's going to go to Afghanistan to fight for all of us - it's not fair."

Mr Flett says his friends were "outraged" when they found out what happened.

He told News Shopper: "On that particular day it was disrespectful - not just to that young soldier who felt an inch tall, but it's disrespectful to the uniform, which upsets me.

"We were astounded. It's jaw-dropping stuff, you don't expect it."

Paul Molloy, 59, works at Sidcup Working Man's Club and his daughter is the soldier's girlfriend.

He said: "They went to the Harvester just to quickly wet the whistle before they came to the club.

"What would happen if two or three 85 year olds walked in with a chest full of medals, would they be refused if they didn't cover up?

"I'm outraged."

A spokeswoman for the Horse and Groom said: "This was a genuine mistake.

"We welcome uniformed Armed Forces into Harvester restaurants.

"We apologise for any offence caused and we will raise this issue with the restaurant team to ensure they fully understand our policy."

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10:55am Tue 13 Nov 12

cookster says...

If this did happen then the manager should be sacked.

But until I read the full story somewhere more reliable than the News Shopper I'm very wary about believing it.
If this did happen then the manager should be sacked. But until I read the full story somewhere more reliable than the News Shopper I'm very wary about believing it. cookster
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11:01am Tue 13 Nov 12

Sidcupite says...

Against the law? I'd appreciate it if the NS or an individual could follow this up and explain *why* the manager thought this was the case. That would help us to understand the manager's thoughts and give more depth to the article.
Against the law? I'd appreciate it if the NS or an individual could follow this up and explain *why* the manager thought this was the case. That would help us to understand the manager's thoughts and give more depth to the article. Sidcupite
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11:35am Tue 13 Nov 12

the wall says...

cookster wrote:
If this did happen then the manager should be sacked. But until I read the full story somewhere more reliable than the News Shopper I'm very wary about believing it.
Sacked ....For what reason?
[quote][p][bold]cookster[/bold] wrote: If this did happen then the manager should be sacked. But until I read the full story somewhere more reliable than the News Shopper I'm very wary about believing it.[/p][/quote]Sacked ....For what reason? the wall
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11:37am Tue 13 Nov 12

the wall says...

Sidcupite wrote:
Against the law? I'd appreciate it if the NS or an individual could follow this up and explain *why* the manager thought this was the case. That would help us to understand the manager's thoughts and give more depth to the article.
This ^
[quote][p][bold]Sidcupite[/bold] wrote: Against the law? I'd appreciate it if the NS or an individual could follow this up and explain *why* the manager thought this was the case. That would help us to understand the manager's thoughts and give more depth to the article.[/p][/quote]This ^ the wall
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11:51am Tue 13 Nov 12

smirnofffff says...

i know it's silly but it is Actually AGAINST THE Licensing LAWs to serve anyone IN uniform such as police, ambulance, solider etc.

The guidlines of the licensing law doesnt allow the licensee to use disgression, ie if they know they are not on duty etc.

This law was brought into force many years ago to stop uniformed professionals drinking on duty.

That being said... I wouldnt have asked him to cover his uniform at all!
i know it's silly but it is Actually AGAINST THE Licensing LAWs to serve anyone IN uniform such as police, ambulance, solider etc. The guidlines of the licensing law doesnt allow the licensee to use disgression, ie if they know they are not on duty etc. This law was brought into force many years ago to stop uniformed professionals drinking on duty. That being said... I wouldnt have asked him to cover his uniform at all! smirnofffff
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12:49pm Tue 13 Nov 12

cookster says...

Apologies, I had no idea the licensing law covered that.

Shame it doesn't extend to chavs in baseball caps and football shirts.
Apologies, I had no idea the licensing law covered that. Shame it doesn't extend to chavs in baseball caps and football shirts. cookster
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1:22pm Tue 13 Nov 12

the wall says...

smirnofffff wrote:
i know it's silly but it is Actually AGAINST THE Licensing LAWs to serve anyone IN uniform such as police, ambulance, solider etc. The guidlines of the licensing law doesnt allow the licensee to use disgression, ie if they know they are not on duty etc. This law was brought into force many years ago to stop uniformed professionals drinking on duty. That being said... I wouldnt have asked him to cover his uniform at all!
That's not completly true.
[quote][p][bold]smirnofffff[/bold] wrote: i know it's silly but it is Actually AGAINST THE Licensing LAWs to serve anyone IN uniform such as police, ambulance, solider etc. The guidlines of the licensing law doesnt allow the licensee to use disgression, ie if they know they are not on duty etc. This law was brought into force many years ago to stop uniformed professionals drinking on duty. That being said... I wouldnt have asked him to cover his uniform at all![/p][/quote]That's not completly true. the wall
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1:23pm Tue 13 Nov 12

B L Zeebub says...

Add this to the quality of the food and its another reason NOT to go there.
Add this to the quality of the food and its another reason NOT to go there. B L Zeebub
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1:24pm Tue 13 Nov 12

the wall says...

An offence under the 1964 Act, but removed in the 2003 Act.
An offence under the 1964 Act, but removed in the 2003 Act. the wall
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2:39pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Carparkattendant says...

the wall wrote:
smirnofffff wrote:
i know it's silly but it is Actually AGAINST THE Licensing LAWs to serve anyone IN uniform such as police, ambulance, solider etc. The guidlines of the licensing law doesnt allow the licensee to use disgression, ie if they know they are not on duty etc. This law was brought into force many years ago to stop uniformed professionals drinking on duty. That being said... I wouldnt have asked him to cover his uniform at all!
That's not completly true.
This only refers to police officers
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirnofffff[/bold] wrote: i know it's silly but it is Actually AGAINST THE Licensing LAWs to serve anyone IN uniform such as police, ambulance, solider etc. The guidlines of the licensing law doesnt allow the licensee to use disgression, ie if they know they are not on duty etc. This law was brought into force many years ago to stop uniformed professionals drinking on duty. That being said... I wouldnt have asked him to cover his uniform at all![/p][/quote]That's not completly true.[/p][/quote]This only refers to police officers Carparkattendant
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2:45pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Carparkattendant says...

It is not an offence to serve alcohol to any person in uniform, but it was to a police officer until 2003. It could be said that a drinking establishment had a duty of care to refuse drink to someone whose job may be affected by the consumption of alcohol ie a taxi driver, but it is still not illegal. It is quite obvious that this soldier wasn't going to drive off in his tank parked in the car park outside and would have sobered up by the time he got to Afghanistan. Hence this is a clear case of discrimination.
It is not an offence to serve alcohol to any person in uniform, but it was to a police officer until 2003. It could be said that a drinking establishment had a duty of care to refuse drink to someone whose job may be affected by the consumption of alcohol ie a taxi driver, but it is still not illegal. It is quite obvious that this soldier wasn't going to drive off in his tank parked in the car park outside and would have sobered up by the time he got to Afghanistan. Hence this is a clear case of discrimination. Carparkattendant
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2:58pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Outandabout says...

In some professions like the Police and Fire Service just being in a pub off duty in unifrom can lead to disciplinary action for bringing the service into disrepute but it isn't and never has been against the law. If a soldier got into a drunken brawl in uniform could be charged by the army and suffer a worse punishment for being in unform at the time.
In some professions like the Police and Fire Service just being in a pub off duty in unifrom can lead to disciplinary action for bringing the service into disrepute but it isn't and never has been against the law. If a soldier got into a drunken brawl in uniform could be charged by the army and suffer a worse punishment for being in unform at the time. Outandabout
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3:04pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Carparkattendant says...

Outandabout wrote:
In some professions like the Police and Fire Service just being in a pub off duty in unifrom can lead to disciplinary action for bringing the service into disrepute but it isn't and never has been against the law. If a soldier got into a drunken brawl in uniform could be charged by the army and suffer a worse punishment for being in unform at the time.
It applied to a Police Officer until 2003, because a Police Officer in a uniform is still classed as on duty even if he is sitting in his front room watching telly.
[quote][p][bold]Outandabout[/bold] wrote: In some professions like the Police and Fire Service just being in a pub off duty in unifrom can lead to disciplinary action for bringing the service into disrepute but it isn't and never has been against the law. If a soldier got into a drunken brawl in uniform could be charged by the army and suffer a worse punishment for being in unform at the time.[/p][/quote]It applied to a Police Officer until 2003, because a Police Officer in a uniform is still classed as on duty even if he is sitting in his front room watching telly. Carparkattendant
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4:45pm Tue 13 Nov 12

phildaniels says...

To confirm, it did happen and it happened to my son who is serving in the British army with 4 rifles, he is going off to afganistan next year to serve his queen and country so people such as the manager in the horse and groom plus thiose posting negative comments here have freedom of speach and can walk around in London without having to worry too much about backsack bombers blowing up women and children as the fight is being taken to their training camps overseas.
The manager is a coward and does deserve to be sacked he has gone against his company policy is this not gross misconduct?
Harvester will not see me, my family or my friends in the future and I have already written to my company website (we employ 6000 MOD staff) and I'm sure this will affect Harvesters business. an apology from the manager in person to my son would go a long way to repair the damage
To confirm, it did happen and it happened to my son who is serving in the British army with 4 rifles, he is going off to afganistan next year to serve his queen and country so people such as the manager in the horse and groom plus thiose posting negative comments here have freedom of speach and can walk around in London without having to worry too much about backsack bombers blowing up women and children as the fight is being taken to their training camps overseas. The manager is a coward and does deserve to be sacked he has gone against his company policy is this not gross misconduct? Harvester will not see me, my family or my friends in the future and I have already written to my company website (we employ 6000 MOD staff) and I'm sure this will affect Harvesters business. an apology from the manager in person to my son would go a long way to repair the damage phildaniels
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5:25pm Tue 13 Nov 12

zampa says...

We see this happening all the time. And what is the reply from Head Office "Sorry for the embarresment and we will tell our staff and we welcome the Armend Forces" the Q should be "Who told you not to serve the Armend Forces" and to phildaniels son - Celer et Audax.
We see this happening all the time. And what is the reply from Head Office "Sorry for the embarresment and we will tell our staff and we welcome the Armend Forces" the Q should be "Who told you not to serve the Armend Forces" and to phildaniels son - Celer et Audax. zampa
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5:32pm Tue 13 Nov 12

zampa says...

Re-Submitted without spelling errors

We see this happening all the time. And what isthe reply from Head Office "Sorry for the embarresment and we tell our staff and we welcome the Armed Forces" the Q. should be "Who told you NOT to serve the Armed Forces" and to phildaniels son, Celer et Audax. And the NAAFI would be bankrupt if they didn't sell booze to squaddies in uniform!
Re-Submitted without spelling errors We see this happening all the time. And what isthe reply from Head Office "Sorry for the embarresment and we tell our staff and we welcome the Armed Forces" the Q. should be "Who told you NOT to serve the Armed Forces" and to phildaniels son, Celer et Audax. And the NAAFI would be bankrupt if they didn't sell booze to squaddies in uniform! zampa
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5:38pm Tue 13 Nov 12

the wall says...

phildaniels wrote:
To confirm, it did happen and it happened to my son who is serving in the British army with 4 rifles, he is going off to afganistan next year to serve his queen and country so people such as the manager in the horse and groom plus thiose posting negative comments here have freedom of speach and can walk around in London without having to worry too much about backsack bombers blowing up women and children as the fight is being taken to their training camps overseas. The manager is a coward and does deserve to be sacked he has gone against his company policy is this not gross misconduct? Harvester will not see me, my family or my friends in the future and I have already written to my company website (we employ 6000 MOD staff) and I'm sure this will affect Harvesters business. an apology from the manager in person to my son would go a long way to repair the damage
Have you rang the Daily Mail, the Mail would love this story.

I do wish your son and the rest of 4 rifles a safe return.
[quote][p][bold]phildaniels[/bold] wrote: To confirm, it did happen and it happened to my son who is serving in the British army with 4 rifles, he is going off to afganistan next year to serve his queen and country so people such as the manager in the horse and groom plus thiose posting negative comments here have freedom of speach and can walk around in London without having to worry too much about backsack bombers blowing up women and children as the fight is being taken to their training camps overseas. The manager is a coward and does deserve to be sacked he has gone against his company policy is this not gross misconduct? Harvester will not see me, my family or my friends in the future and I have already written to my company website (we employ 6000 MOD staff) and I'm sure this will affect Harvesters business. an apology from the manager in person to my son would go a long way to repair the damage[/p][/quote]Have you rang the Daily Mail, the Mail would love this story. I do wish your son and the rest of 4 rifles a safe return. the wall
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5:56pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott says...

I have frequented The Horse & Groom for the last 35 years or so; though naturally nobody knows who I am. Forget PubSpy - he stole my act.

When loyal regulars were driven away by The Horse & Groom 10 years ago and the scum finally took over, who eventually turned the place around? I will tell you. The staff of The Horse & Groom together with Bexley Police.

That said, one hopes that Harvester might consider training courses in common sense and discretion for its staff in future and not spend so much time 'sticking to the book'.
I have frequented The Horse & Groom for the last 35 years or so; though naturally nobody knows who I am. Forget PubSpy - he stole my act. When loyal regulars were driven away by The Horse & Groom 10 years ago and the scum finally took over, who eventually turned the place around? I will tell you. The staff of The Horse & Groom together with Bexley Police. That said, one hopes that Harvester might consider training courses in common sense and discretion for its staff in future and not spend so much time 'sticking to the book'. Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott
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6:03pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott says...

My apologies: "When loyal regulars were driven away FROM The Horse & Groom".
My apologies: "When loyal regulars were driven away FROM The Horse & Groom". Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott
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6:16pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott says...

the wall wrote:
phildaniels wrote:
To confirm, it did happen and it happened to my son who is serving in the British army with 4 rifles, he is going off to afganistan next year to serve his queen and country so people such as the manager in the horse and groom plus thiose posting negative comments here have freedom of speach and can walk around in London without having to worry too much about backsack bombers blowing up women and children as the fight is being taken to their training camps overseas. The manager is a coward and does deserve to be sacked he has gone against his company policy is this not gross misconduct? Harvester will not see me, my family or my friends in the future and I have already written to my company website (we employ 6000 MOD staff) and I'm sure this will affect Harvesters business. an apology from the manager in person to my son would go a long way to repair the damage
Have you rang the Daily Mail, the Mail would love this story.

I do wish your son and the rest of 4 rifles a safe return.
Eat your heart out, Enid Blyton.
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]phildaniels[/bold] wrote: To confirm, it did happen and it happened to my son who is serving in the British army with 4 rifles, he is going off to afganistan next year to serve his queen and country so people such as the manager in the horse and groom plus thiose posting negative comments here have freedom of speach and can walk around in London without having to worry too much about backsack bombers blowing up women and children as the fight is being taken to their training camps overseas. The manager is a coward and does deserve to be sacked he has gone against his company policy is this not gross misconduct? Harvester will not see me, my family or my friends in the future and I have already written to my company website (we employ 6000 MOD staff) and I'm sure this will affect Harvesters business. an apology from the manager in person to my son would go a long way to repair the damage[/p][/quote]Have you rang the Daily Mail, the Mail would love this story. I do wish your son and the rest of 4 rifles a safe return.[/p][/quote]Eat your heart out, Enid Blyton. Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott
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6:18pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott says...

zampa wrote:
Re-Submitted without spelling errors

We see this happening all the time. And what isthe reply from Head Office "Sorry for the embarresment and we tell our staff and we welcome the Armed Forces" the Q. should be "Who told you NOT to serve the Armed Forces" and to phildaniels son, Celer et Audax. And the NAAFI would be bankrupt if they didn't sell booze to squaddies in uniform!
Dear me. You are a very bad troll.

Enough said.
[quote][p][bold]zampa[/bold] wrote: Re-Submitted without spelling errors We see this happening all the time. And what isthe reply from Head Office "Sorry for the embarresment and we tell our staff and we welcome the Armed Forces" the Q. should be "Who told you NOT to serve the Armed Forces" and to phildaniels son, Celer et Audax. And the NAAFI would be bankrupt if they didn't sell booze to squaddies in uniform![/p][/quote]Dear me. You are a very bad troll. Enough said. Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott
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7:08pm Tue 13 Nov 12

smirnofffff says...

As i said earlier i would not have turned your son away, infact i would have bought him a drink and wished him luck. If it wasnt for brave souls like him we would all be in serious trouble.

I was merely stating what i was taught when taking my NLC. Which is why i thought the manager had done what he did. I dont condone it at all.
As i said earlier i would not have turned your son away, infact i would have bought him a drink and wished him luck. If it wasnt for brave souls like him we would all be in serious trouble. I was merely stating what i was taught when taking my NLC. Which is why i thought the manager had done what he did. I dont condone it at all. smirnofffff
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7:29pm Tue 13 Nov 12

mareen says...

My own father was killed in Korea in 1952 and I think that he would be mortified at some of the comments here. The manager was only doing his job which are hard to get now days should he loose it if there was some jobs worth from the Harvester chain checking on him, how would you know who they are, you wouldn't as they would be dressed the same as everyone else. It's very unfortunate that this very young and very brave young man should have been approached in such a manner also very unfortunate that the Harvester chain don't train their staff sufficiently to know what is or what isn't the current day laws. My hat goes off to the young soldier, may he be safe and return unscathed as I know that as a child of only 5 at the time that my Dad was killed, that loss effects you for the rest of your life. On the surface this does seem a very extreme act but let it rest as we continue remembering those who are at rest through their bravery in all conflict and hopefully not just one day a year.
My own father was killed in Korea in 1952 and I think that he would be mortified at some of the comments here. The manager was only doing his job which are hard to get now days should he loose it if there was some jobs worth from the Harvester chain checking on him, how would you know who they are, you wouldn't as they would be dressed the same as everyone else. It's very unfortunate that this very young and very brave young man should have been approached in such a manner also very unfortunate that the Harvester chain don't train their staff sufficiently to know what is or what isn't the current day laws. My hat goes off to the young soldier, may he be safe and return unscathed as I know that as a child of only 5 at the time that my Dad was killed, that loss effects you for the rest of your life. On the surface this does seem a very extreme act but let it rest as we continue remembering those who are at rest through their bravery in all conflict and hopefully not just one day a year. mareen
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7:36pm Tue 13 Nov 12

paulbexleyheath says...

sack the manager now.
sack the manager now. paulbexleyheath
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7:38pm Tue 13 Nov 12

Carparkattendant says...

I went into a public-'ouse to get a pint o' beer,
The publican 'e up an' sez, "We serve no red-coats here."
The girls be'ind the bar they laughed an' giggled fit to die,
I outs into the street again an' to myself sez I:
O it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy, go away";
But it's "Thank you, Mister Atkins", when the band begins to play,
The band begins to play, my boys, the band begins to play,
O it's "Thank you, Mister Atkins", when the band begins to play.

I went into a theatre as sober as could be,
They gave a drunk civilian room, but 'adn't none for me;
They sent me to the gallery or round the music-'alls,
But when it comes to fightin', Lord! they'll shove me in the stalls!
For it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy, wait outside";
But it's "Special train for Atkins" when the trooper's on the tide,
The troopship's on the tide, my boys, the troopship's on the tide,
O it's "Special train for Atkins" when the trooper's on the tide.

Yes, makin' mock o' uniforms that guard you while you sleep
Is cheaper than them uniforms, an' they're starvation cheap;
An' hustlin' drunken soldiers when they're goin' large a bit
Is five times better business than paradin' in full kit.
Then it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy, 'ow's yer soul?"
But it's "Thin red line of 'eroes" when the drums begin to roll,
The drums begin to roll, my boys, the drums begin to roll,
O it's "Thin red line of 'eroes" when the drums begin to roll.

We aren't no thin red 'eroes, nor we aren't no blackguards too,
But single men in barricks, most remarkable like you;
An' if sometimes our conduck isn't all your fancy paints,
Why, single men in barricks don't grow into plaster saints;
While it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy, fall be'ind",
But it's "Please to walk in front, sir", when there's trouble in the wind,
There's trouble in the wind, my boys, there's trouble in the wind,
O it's "Please to walk in front, sir", when there's trouble in the wind.

You talk o' better food for us, an' schools, an' fires, an' all:
We'll wait for extry rations if you treat us rational.
Don't mess about the cook-room slops, but prove it to our face
The Widow's Uniform is not the soldier-man's disgrace.
For it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Chuck him out, the brute!"
But it's "Saviour of 'is country" when the guns begin to shoot;
An' it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' anything you please;
An' Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool -- you bet that Tommy sees!

Rudyard Kipling
I went into a public-'ouse to get a pint o' beer, The publican 'e up an' sez, "We serve no red-coats here." The girls be'ind the bar they laughed an' giggled fit to die, I outs into the street again an' to myself sez I: O it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy, go away"; But it's "Thank you, Mister Atkins", when the band begins to play, The band begins to play, my boys, the band begins to play, O it's "Thank you, Mister Atkins", when the band begins to play. I went into a theatre as sober as could be, They gave a drunk civilian room, but 'adn't none for me; They sent me to the gallery or round the music-'alls, But when it comes to fightin', Lord! they'll shove me in the stalls! For it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy, wait outside"; But it's "Special train for Atkins" when the trooper's on the tide, The troopship's on the tide, my boys, the troopship's on the tide, O it's "Special train for Atkins" when the trooper's on the tide. Yes, makin' mock o' uniforms that guard you while you sleep Is cheaper than them uniforms, an' they're starvation cheap; An' hustlin' drunken soldiers when they're goin' large a bit Is five times better business than paradin' in full kit. Then it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy, 'ow's yer soul?" But it's "Thin red line of 'eroes" when the drums begin to roll, The drums begin to roll, my boys, the drums begin to roll, O it's "Thin red line of 'eroes" when the drums begin to roll. We aren't no thin red 'eroes, nor we aren't no blackguards too, But single men in barricks, most remarkable like you; An' if sometimes our conduck isn't all your fancy paints, Why, single men in barricks don't grow into plaster saints; While it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Tommy, fall be'ind", But it's "Please to walk in front, sir", when there's trouble in the wind, There's trouble in the wind, my boys, there's trouble in the wind, O it's "Please to walk in front, sir", when there's trouble in the wind. You talk o' better food for us, an' schools, an' fires, an' all: We'll wait for extry rations if you treat us rational. Don't mess about the cook-room slops, but prove it to our face The Widow's Uniform is not the soldier-man's disgrace. For it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Chuck him out, the brute!" But it's "Saviour of 'is country" when the guns begin to shoot; An' it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' anything you please; An' Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool -- you bet that Tommy sees! Rudyard Kipling Carparkattendant
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7:50pm Tue 13 Nov 12

mareen says...

paulbexleyheath

Sack the manager of where, the Horse and Groom or the training manager of the Harvester group, it's their responsibility to ensure that their managers are aware of current day acts. What is to be gained from putting this person out of work, use him/her as the scapegoat for head office's lack of training, that's just not on. Let's be honest, this is one of the very few countries that has so much respect for our fallen heroes that it doesn't even make the 11th November a public holiday of remebrance, who are you going to sack for that.
paulbexleyheath Sack the manager of where, the Horse and Groom or the training manager of the Harvester group, it's their responsibility to ensure that their managers are aware of current day acts. What is to be gained from putting this person out of work, use him/her as the scapegoat for head office's lack of training, that's just not on. Let's be honest, this is one of the very few countries that has so much respect for our fallen heroes that it doesn't even make the 11th November a public holiday of remebrance, who are you going to sack for that. mareen
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12:11am Wed 14 Nov 12

G_Whiz says...

Jeeze - The Harvester will employ anyone these day's. How thick can a 'manager' get?

Where did he learn his trade.....

'Fundamentalism for Idiots'?
Jeeze - The Harvester will employ anyone these day's. How thick can a 'manager' get? Where did he learn his trade..... 'Fundamentalism for Idiots'? G_Whiz
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9:24am Wed 14 Nov 12

jeepo17 says...

Very nasty thing by the pub manager would say but last week the same thing happened in Romford or somewhere "The Bull""? pub caused outrage over there so there was a demo over there last week outside the pub,the pub apologised but people should not tolerate this stuff we need to get a message out that this will not be tolerated and you could have a demo outside the pub to turn punters away,we are in a challenging world and this kind of stuff will be challenged
Cheers!
Very nasty thing by the pub manager would say but last week the same thing happened in Romford or somewhere "The Bull""? pub caused outrage over there so there was a demo over there last week outside the pub,the pub apologised but people should not tolerate this stuff we need to get a message out that this will not be tolerated and you could have a demo outside the pub to turn punters away,we are in a challenging world and this kind of stuff will be challenged Cheers! jeepo17
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9:30am Wed 14 Nov 12

PaulErith says...

jeepo17 wrote:
Very nasty thing by the pub manager would say but last week the same thing happened in Romford or somewhere "The Bull""? pub caused outrage over there so there was a demo over there last week outside the pub,the pub apologised but people should not tolerate this stuff we need to get a message out that this will not be tolerated and you could have a demo outside the pub to turn punters away,we are in a challenging world and this kind of stuff will be challenged Cheers!
"we need to get a message out that this will not be tolerated and you could have a demo outside the pub to turn punters away". No offense but this isn't the biggest crime in the World. The manager by all accounts made a mistake! Big deal. We all do it. If you're going to organise protest, there's thousands of people or companies that deserve it more than this.
[quote][p][bold]jeepo17[/bold] wrote: Very nasty thing by the pub manager would say but last week the same thing happened in Romford or somewhere "The Bull""? pub caused outrage over there so there was a demo over there last week outside the pub,the pub apologised but people should not tolerate this stuff we need to get a message out that this will not be tolerated and you could have a demo outside the pub to turn punters away,we are in a challenging world and this kind of stuff will be challenged Cheers![/p][/quote]"we need to get a message out that this will not be tolerated and you could have a demo outside the pub to turn punters away". No offense but this isn't the biggest crime in the World. The manager by all accounts made a mistake! Big deal. We all do it. If you're going to organise protest, there's thousands of people or companies that deserve it more than this. PaulErith
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10:31am Wed 14 Nov 12

Justin Case3 says...

Im going to twitter this guys
Im going to twitter this guys Justin Case3
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7:02pm Wed 14 Nov 12

mouthalmighty says...

This is not on. NS this is now your responsibility to get the truth out there. Please educate us. Where is it illegal to wear an army uniform in England. The Sally army have never been banned.
This is not on. NS this is now your responsibility to get the truth out there. Please educate us. Where is it illegal to wear an army uniform in England. The Sally army have never been banned. mouthalmighty
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7:47pm Wed 14 Nov 12

mareen says...

You're right there, didn't want to say that but as it's now been mentioned, the Sally army aren't banned even though it would seem that they are against the demon drink but always appear towards closing time taking advantage of those that are a little worse for wear and are likely to give a very charitable donation.
You're right there, didn't want to say that but as it's now been mentioned, the Sally army aren't banned even though it would seem that they are against the demon drink but always appear towards closing time taking advantage of those that are a little worse for wear and are likely to give a very charitable donation. mareen
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11:28pm Wed 14 Nov 12

G_Whiz says...

"**** off! old soldier! - by the way, have you tried our salad bar?"
"**** off! old soldier! - by the way, have you tried our salad bar?" G_Whiz
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9:52am Thu 15 Nov 12

Indigenous Pensioner says...

HOw dare they do this to a member of the armed forces we did not fight 2 wars to be told what we can wear in a public house next this person will want to ban the wearing of our poppy in his public house over my dead body.Thank you.
HOw dare they do this to a member of the armed forces we did not fight 2 wars to be told what we can wear in a public house next this person will want to ban the wearing of our poppy in his public house over my dead body.Thank you. Indigenous Pensioner
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10:34am Thu 15 Nov 12

ron,,1952 says...

one of ronnie the ronster monster rules is; keep your friends close and your enemies even closer =(

ron giving out free advice


hugs and kisses x


ron
one of ronnie the ronster monster rules is; keep your friends close and your enemies even closer =( ron giving out free advice hugs and kisses x ron ron,,1952
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6:04pm Thu 15 Nov 12

reasonable75 says...

I suppose the point is - what is the law?

If it is illegal to serve someone in uniform then he was quite correct - as failure to comply could have resulted in him bein prosecuted (and he would not know if it was a trap - similar to where underage kids are sent into shops to see if they can buy cigarettes)

Earlier comments suggest the law has been changed, so it might simply be ignorance & shows the need to keep up to date
I suppose the point is - what is the law? If it is illegal to serve someone in uniform then he was quite correct - as failure to comply could have resulted in him bein prosecuted (and he would not know if it was a trap - similar to where underage kids are sent into shops to see if they can buy cigarettes) Earlier comments suggest the law has been changed, so it might simply be ignorance & shows the need to keep up to date reasonable75
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9:22pm Thu 15 Nov 12

mareen says...

Wouldn't it be nice if a contructive move was made by the NS to approach the apologetic Harvester Head office and suggest that they did more that offer an apology but made a significant donation to Help the Heroes fund. The clock can't be turned back now, the damage has been done but I'm sure that this incident is unlikely to happen again due to the publicity however, The Harvester chain should put their money where their mouth is to compensate for the incident.
Wouldn't it be nice if a contructive move was made by the NS to approach the apologetic Harvester Head office and suggest that they did more that offer an apology but made a significant donation to Help the Heroes fund. The clock can't be turned back now, the damage has been done but I'm sure that this incident is unlikely to happen again due to the publicity however, The Harvester chain should put their money where their mouth is to compensate for the incident. mareen
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9:09am Fri 16 Nov 12

goldenbroomboy says...

reasonable75 wrote:
I suppose the point is - what is the law? If it is illegal to serve someone in uniform then he was quite correct - as failure to comply could have resulted in him bein prosecuted (and he would not know if it was a trap - similar to where underage kids are sent into shops to see if they can buy cigarettes) Earlier comments suggest the law has been changed, so it might simply be ignorance & shows the need to keep up to date
It should be also be remembered that the manager did not order anybody out, but asked the man in uniform to cover the same. If he genuinely thought that to serve a man in uniform was against the law, then if anything, he was trying to be helpful.
[quote][p][bold]reasonable75[/bold] wrote: I suppose the point is - what is the law? If it is illegal to serve someone in uniform then he was quite correct - as failure to comply could have resulted in him bein prosecuted (and he would not know if it was a trap - similar to where underage kids are sent into shops to see if they can buy cigarettes) Earlier comments suggest the law has been changed, so it might simply be ignorance & shows the need to keep up to date[/p][/quote]It should be also be remembered that the manager did not order anybody out, but asked the man in uniform to cover the same. If he genuinely thought that to serve a man in uniform was against the law, then if anything, he was trying to be helpful. goldenbroomboy
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7:06pm Fri 16 Nov 12

mareen says...

I'm new to this commenting thing but one thing that I have summised from it is that with the exception of a few intelligent people's comments the rest of you are worse than the news that the whole issue is about. You have no self respect and without that you certainly have no respect for anyone or anything else.
I'm new to this commenting thing but one thing that I have summised from it is that with the exception of a few intelligent people's comments the rest of you are worse than the news that the whole issue is about. You have no self respect and without that you certainly have no respect for anyone or anything else. mareen
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8:56pm Fri 16 Nov 12

ron.1952 says...

mareen wrote:
I'm new to this commenting thing but one thing that I have summised from it is that with the exception of a few intelligent people's comments the rest of you are worse than the news that the whole issue is about. You have no self respect and without that you certainly have no respect for anyone or anything else.
I'm so glad someone else has noticed Mareen.

These people walk the streets, its scary. They must all wear tin foil hats in the privacy of their homes. I fear for our future, really. It's a very true saying that empty vessels make the most noise.

Ronny Ron
[quote][p][bold]mareen[/bold] wrote: I'm new to this commenting thing but one thing that I have summised from it is that with the exception of a few intelligent people's comments the rest of you are worse than the news that the whole issue is about. You have no self respect and without that you certainly have no respect for anyone or anything else.[/p][/quote]I'm so glad someone else has noticed Mareen. These people walk the streets, its scary. They must all wear tin foil hats in the privacy of their homes. I fear for our future, really. It's a very true saying that empty vessels make the most noise. Ronny Ron ron.1952
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12:21am Sat 17 Nov 12

charity begins at home says...

The manager claims it was a genuine mistake, everyone should stop going in there and boycott the place, once the profits drop then you will see how long that manager stays in his job, i have never heard anything so cruel or disgusting in all my life, its just beyond comprehension.......
......
The manager claims it was a genuine mistake, everyone should stop going in there and boycott the place, once the profits drop then you will see how long that manager stays in his job, i have never heard anything so cruel or disgusting in all my life, its just beyond comprehension....... ...... charity begins at home
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11:48am Sat 17 Nov 12

mareen says...

You are absolute distateful hooligans adding such totally irrelevant comments as attachments to this particular story, I'm embarrassed for you.
You are absolute distateful hooligans adding such totally irrelevant comments as attachments to this particular story, I'm embarrassed for you. mareen
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11:59am Sat 17 Nov 12

Gypo.Joe says...

Mareen let me break this news to you, you don't have to read it.
It aint rocket science now is it.

PS, I've been called lots worse by the BNP clowns that post on here.

tHaNk YoU
Mareen let me break this news to you, you don't have to read it. It aint rocket science now is it. PS, I've been called lots worse by the BNP clowns that post on here. tHaNk YoU Gypo.Joe
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12:29pm Sat 17 Nov 12

mareen says...

Gyp Joe
My comment obviously went straight over your head, we are talking the moral of the story here. Soldier, Remembrance Sunday, fallen heroes and those maimed in combat that have given their lives, minds and limbs to give us peace in our time. I can almost hear my father turning in his grave and that's quite a rumble as he's buried in Pusan (if you know where that is) and has been there since he was 28 years old.
Gyp Joe My comment obviously went straight over your head, we are talking the moral of the story here. Soldier, Remembrance Sunday, fallen heroes and those maimed in combat that have given their lives, minds and limbs to give us peace in our time. I can almost hear my father turning in his grave and that's quite a rumble as he's buried in Pusan (if you know where that is) and has been there since he was 28 years old. mareen
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12:59pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Gypo.Joe says...

Mareen much respect to your father and the countless others, ( my grandfather included ) who gave so much, some with their lives for all our freedoms.

I see above you are new to commenting on the Shopper, I can assure you once you have been reading and commenting on here for a while you will very quickly spot the BNP trolls who try to hijack certain stories to spout their bile.
Sorry if I offend you but I will not ever stop standing up to the likes of racist morons like them.
Mareen much respect to your father and the countless others, ( my grandfather included ) who gave so much, some with their lives for all our freedoms. I see above you are new to commenting on the Shopper, I can assure you once you have been reading and commenting on here for a while you will very quickly spot the BNP trolls who try to hijack certain stories to spout their bile. Sorry if I offend you but I will not ever stop standing up to the likes of racist morons like them. Gypo.Joe
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1:28pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott says...

I REALLY HATE THE BNP.

I really, really do.
I REALLY HATE THE BNP. I really, really do. Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott
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1:36pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott says...

As for the idiots demanding the boycotting and closure of The Horse & Groom, have they taken a moment to consider the consequences for the rest of the staff?

So because one person misjudged a situation, the kitchen staff, waitresses and managers - yes, there is more than one manager, folks - everyone should lose their jobs? Hardly seems fair, does it?

Jobs are very hard to come by these days, so I hope that those demanding the closure will provide income for the redundant staff while they look for employment elsewhere and then become targets for the idiots on here who'll then accuse them of sponging of the state.

What a bunch of gossipy old women you all are.
As for the idiots demanding the boycotting and closure of The Horse & Groom, have they taken a moment to consider the consequences for the rest of the staff? So because one person misjudged a situation, the kitchen staff, waitresses and managers - yes, there is more than one manager, folks - everyone should lose their jobs? Hardly seems fair, does it? Jobs are very hard to come by these days, so I hope that those demanding the closure will provide income for the redundant staff while they look for employment elsewhere and then become targets for the idiots on here who'll then accuse them of sponging of the state. What a bunch of gossipy old women you all are. Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott
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1:40pm Sat 17 Nov 12

mareen says...

gypo joe

I thank you for your apology and I do agree with you whole heartedly in respect of racism, I guess that what I'm trying to say is, that in this particular case some of the comments here are a little inept. Well done for your morals against racism anyway and I respect you for that.
gypo joe I thank you for your apology and I do agree with you whole heartedly in respect of racism, I guess that what I'm trying to say is, that in this particular case some of the comments here are a little inept. Well done for your morals against racism anyway and I respect you for that. mareen
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2:02pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott says...

The cowardly BNP supporters have yet again insulted the readers of News Shopper and the insult should not go unrewarded.

I say 'cowardly' because not one of them will ever own up to being right-wing extremists. Just ask them and see if they have the bottle to admit they are British Nazis.

I urge all of you who have, up to now, resisted the temptation to voice your opinions about the BNP (British Nazi Party) for fear of giving it undue publicity to come forward and make it plain that their views are WRONG.

Please don't let these vile characters twist every story in their attempt to bolster their misguided and dangerous ideals.
The cowardly BNP supporters have yet again insulted the readers of News Shopper and the insult should not go unrewarded. I say 'cowardly' because not one of them will ever own up to being right-wing extremists. Just ask them and see if they have the bottle to admit they are British Nazis. I urge all of you who have, up to now, resisted the temptation to voice your opinions about the BNP (British Nazi Party) for fear of giving it undue publicity to come forward and make it plain that their views are WRONG. Please don't let these vile characters twist every story in their attempt to bolster their misguided and dangerous ideals. Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott
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2:12pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott says...

Indigenous Pensioner wrote:
HOw dare they do this to a member of the armed forces we did not fight 2 wars to be told what we can wear in a public house next this person will want to ban the wearing of our poppy in his public house over my dead body.Thank you.
Are you a BNP supporter?
[quote][p][bold]Indigenous Pensioner[/bold] wrote: HOw dare they do this to a member of the armed forces we did not fight 2 wars to be told what we can wear in a public house next this person will want to ban the wearing of our poppy in his public house over my dead body.Thank you.[/p][/quote]Are you a BNP supporter? Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott
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2:13pm Sat 17 Nov 12

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott says...

cookster wrote:
If this did happen then the manager should be sacked.

But until I read the full story somewhere more reliable than the News Shopper I'm very wary about believing it.
If you doubt the reliability of News Shopper, why do you read it?
[quote][p][bold]cookster[/bold] wrote: If this did happen then the manager should be sacked. But until I read the full story somewhere more reliable than the News Shopper I'm very wary about believing it.[/p][/quote]If you doubt the reliability of News Shopper, why do you read it? Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott
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9:09am Sun 18 Nov 12

firsteventure says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
Mareen let me break this news to you, you don't have to read it. It aint rocket science now is it. PS, I've been called lots worse by the BNP clowns that post on here. tHaNk YoU
nothing on here about the bnp ... you are going crazy! lol
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: Mareen let me break this news to you, you don't have to read it. It aint rocket science now is it. PS, I've been called lots worse by the BNP clowns that post on here. tHaNk YoU[/p][/quote]nothing on here about the bnp ... you are going crazy! lol firsteventure
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10:02am Mon 19 Nov 12

The Real Gypo says...

"Here is tissue for your issue!" lol

if you,re supposedly caring so much in spotting racism on internet newspaper forums you would have spotted the previous erastus piggott blog pouring out a daily dose of racism against white people, you would have spotted the vile comments against wheelchair users where piggott wanted them banned from shops! you would have spotted the vile comments against white people who are overweight ( pot,kettle! ) you would have spotted the snide underhand sexist comments against white women....... but guess what! you never said anything or made any complaints against the piggott blog!

But the good news was that when everyone pulled together the erastus piggott blog was removed! yerrrrrrrr!

yes, the errastus piggott blog is no more!, finished!, kaput! which goes to prove that you trying to spot invisible racist comments made by posters, or comments supporting the british national party by posters do not really exsist and you are just smarting that the combined effort of posters who complained about the vile erastus piggott blog are attacked on here by those supporting racism towards white people!

piggott once boasted that the blog would not be defeated, but it was!

errastus piggott the bigot! defeated!

yippppppppppey!
"Here is tissue for your issue!" lol if you,re supposedly caring so much in spotting racism on internet newspaper forums you would have spotted the previous erastus piggott blog pouring out a daily dose of racism against white people, you would have spotted the vile comments against wheelchair users where piggott wanted them banned from shops! you would have spotted the vile comments against white people who are overweight ( pot,kettle! ) you would have spotted the snide underhand sexist comments against white women....... but guess what! you never said anything or made any complaints against the piggott blog! But the good news was that when everyone pulled together the erastus piggott blog was removed! yerrrrrrrr! yes, the errastus piggott blog is no more!, finished!, kaput! which goes to prove that you trying to spot invisible racist comments made by posters, or comments supporting the british national party by posters do not really exsist and you are just smarting that the combined effort of posters who complained about the vile erastus piggott blog are attacked on here by those supporting racism towards white people! piggott once boasted that the blog would not be defeated, but it was! errastus piggott the bigot! defeated! yippppppppppey! The Real Gypo
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10:58am Mon 19 Nov 12

Gypo.Joe says...

Once seen never forgotten !! LOL
Once seen never forgotten !! LOL Gypo.Joe
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11:16am Mon 19 Nov 12

the wall says...

The Real Gypo wrote:
"Here is tissue for your issue!" lol

if you,re supposedly caring so much in spotting racism on internet newspaper forums you would have spotted the previous erastus piggott blog pouring out a daily dose of racism against white people, you would have spotted the vile comments against wheelchair users where piggott wanted them banned from shops! you would have spotted the vile comments against white people who are overweight ( pot,kettle! ) you would have spotted the snide underhand sexist comments against white women....... but guess what! you never said anything or made any complaints against the piggott blog!

But the good news was that when everyone pulled together the erastus piggott blog was removed! yerrrrrrrr!

yes, the errastus piggott blog is no more!, finished!, kaput! which goes to prove that you trying to spot invisible racist comments made by posters, or comments supporting the british national party by posters do not really exsist and you are just smarting that the combined effort of posters who complained about the vile erastus piggott blog are attacked on here by those supporting racism towards white people!

piggott once boasted that the blog would not be defeated, but it was!

errastus piggott the bigot! defeated!

yippppppppppey!
One post above your's........ Who's that?
[quote][p][bold]The Real Gypo[/bold] wrote: "Here is tissue for your issue!" lol if you,re supposedly caring so much in spotting racism on internet newspaper forums you would have spotted the previous erastus piggott blog pouring out a daily dose of racism against white people, you would have spotted the vile comments against wheelchair users where piggott wanted them banned from shops! you would have spotted the vile comments against white people who are overweight ( pot,kettle! ) you would have spotted the snide underhand sexist comments against white women....... but guess what! you never said anything or made any complaints against the piggott blog! But the good news was that when everyone pulled together the erastus piggott blog was removed! yerrrrrrrr! yes, the errastus piggott blog is no more!, finished!, kaput! which goes to prove that you trying to spot invisible racist comments made by posters, or comments supporting the british national party by posters do not really exsist and you are just smarting that the combined effort of posters who complained about the vile erastus piggott blog are attacked on here by those supporting racism towards white people! piggott once boasted that the blog would not be defeated, but it was! errastus piggott the bigot! defeated! yippppppppppey![/p][/quote]One post above your's........ Who's that? the wall
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11:31am Mon 19 Nov 12

Gypo.Joe says...

Been e mailing or calling crying again have we you pair of p1ss flaps.


Wha wha wha they put my name on the interweb Simon, take it off I dont want anyone to know who I am....wha wha wha, then you talk about tissues ROFL.

You love to give it but cant take it back, typical bullies.
Been e mailing or calling crying again have we you pair of p1ss flaps. Wha wha wha they put my name on the interweb Simon, take it off I dont want anyone to know who I am....wha wha wha, then you talk about tissues ROFL. You love to give it but cant take it back, typical bullies. Gypo.Joe
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12:48pm Mon 19 Nov 12

PaulErith says...

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott wrote:
As for the idiots demanding the boycotting and closure of The Horse & Groom, have they taken a moment to consider the consequences for the rest of the staff? So because one person misjudged a situation, the kitchen staff, waitresses and managers - yes, there is more than one manager, folks - everyone should lose their jobs? Hardly seems fair, does it? Jobs are very hard to come by these days, so I hope that those demanding the closure will provide income for the redundant staff while they look for employment elsewhere and then become targets for the idiots on here who'll then accuse them of sponging of the state. What a bunch of gossipy old women you all are.
Too right. Calling for a boycott of this place just because you don't like the opinions or actions of one the staff is moronic.
[quote][p][bold]Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott[/bold] wrote: As for the idiots demanding the boycotting and closure of The Horse & Groom, have they taken a moment to consider the consequences for the rest of the staff? So because one person misjudged a situation, the kitchen staff, waitresses and managers - yes, there is more than one manager, folks - everyone should lose their jobs? Hardly seems fair, does it? Jobs are very hard to come by these days, so I hope that those demanding the closure will provide income for the redundant staff while they look for employment elsewhere and then become targets for the idiots on here who'll then accuse them of sponging of the state. What a bunch of gossipy old women you all are.[/p][/quote]Too right. Calling for a boycott of this place just because you don't like the opinions or actions of one the staff is moronic. PaulErith
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9:04am Wed 21 Nov 12

ron,,1952 says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
Been e mailing or calling crying again have we you pair of p1ss flaps. Wha wha wha they put my name on the interweb Simon, take it off I dont want anyone to know who I am....wha wha wha, then you talk about tissues ROFL. You love to give it but cant take it back, typical bullies.
heres a tissue for your issue haha luv it



ronster monster rule book has rules boi thats why piggot the bigot had the blog shut down haha


ronnie the ronster monster giving out free advice


hugs/kisses x

ron
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: Been e mailing or calling crying again have we you pair of p1ss flaps. Wha wha wha they put my name on the interweb Simon, take it off I dont want anyone to know who I am....wha wha wha, then you talk about tissues ROFL. You love to give it but cant take it back, typical bullies.[/p][/quote]heres a tissue for your issue haha luv it ronster monster rule book has rules boi thats why piggot the bigot had the blog shut down haha ronnie the ronster monster giving out free advice hugs/kisses x ron ron,,1952
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3:56pm Wed 21 Nov 12

Gypo.Joe says...

Boo hoo Little Hampton !!


Once seen never forgotten, ask the UAF. LOL
Boo hoo Little Hampton !! Once seen never forgotten, ask the UAF. LOL Gypo.Joe
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9:46am Fri 23 Nov 12

Soled and Heeled says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
Boo hoo Little Hampton !! Once seen never forgotten, ask the UAF. LOL
You can't get away with posting names up here! Watching watching watching! lol

Search engine : "Why was erastus piggott closed down"

Amusing!

:)
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: Boo hoo Little Hampton !! Once seen never forgotten, ask the UAF. LOL[/p][/quote]You can't get away with posting names up here! Watching watching watching! lol Search engine : "Why was erastus piggott closed down" Amusing! :) Soled and Heeled
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9:48am Fri 23 Nov 12

Soled and Heeled says...

Should be : "Why was the erastus piggott blog closed down"


:)
Should be : "Why was the erastus piggott blog closed down" :) Soled and Heeled
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11:25am Fri 23 Nov 12

Gypo.Joe says...

I don't have too Karl......."they" know boi.


ROFL
I don't have too Karl......."they" know boi. ROFL Gypo.Joe
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9:57am Sat 24 Nov 12

jeepo17 says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
I don't have too Karl......."the
y" know boi. ROFL
this rabble gypo joe is just a sheet cant ov the highest order i makes about 10 complaints a week al ova the net ta report the cant and whats been going on ova ere

i send emails all ova the place reportin an complainin i like doing that cos i can lol

u dont scare no one an u can come round any time you feel u want too joe up to you im waiting an ready for u but seein as u are a net warrior only an a muvvers sheet cant it aint goin to happen otherwise u would have been round before like now so fack off back into u cave you muvver fackker cant and get suckin piggots pipe as u norm do lol
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: I don't have too Karl......."the y" know boi. ROFL[/p][/quote]this rabble gypo joe is just a sheet cant ov the highest order i makes about 10 complaints a week al ova the net ta report the cant and whats been going on ova ere i send emails all ova the place reportin an complainin i like doing that cos i can lol u dont scare no one an u can come round any time you feel u want too joe up to you im waiting an ready for u but seein as u are a net warrior only an a muvvers sheet cant it aint goin to happen otherwise u would have been round before like now so fack off back into u cave you muvver fackker cant and get suckin piggots pipe as u norm do lol jeepo17
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12:02pm Sat 24 Nov 12

rarecockneyguvnor says...

What a fat little dickwad you are Karl.

You need to get that paranoia looked into, get yourself a check up from the neck up fat man.

Hey its great to see it all going Pete Tong in the BNP, its all imploding around your racist ears sonnny.

Well let me wind you up a little more fatty, I'm going to let you go so you can do your little dance all weekend.
Dance fatty dance away.

PS, I'm Spartacus, or is it Tom, or Piggott.
What a fat little dickwad you are Karl. You need to get that paranoia looked into, get yourself a check up from the neck up fat man. Hey its great to see it all going Pete Tong in the BNP, its all imploding around your racist ears sonnny. Well let me wind you up a little more fatty, I'm going to let you go so you can do your little dance all weekend. Dance fatty dance away. PS, I'm Spartacus, or is it Tom, or Piggott. rarecockneyguvnor
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11:16am Mon 26 Nov 12

Gypo.Joe says...

Karl............Leed
s ......ROFL.
Karl............Leed s ......ROFL. Gypo.Joe
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