July 29th, 2010

One for me, one for you

Posted in The Job - General by 200


This week’s ‘Scum of the Week’ Award goes to two airport cleaners, Anthony Currant, 65, and Abdul Hussain, 30 whose day job included nicking the contents of travellers’ luggage during shifts at Luton Airport.

Bedfordshire Police investigated after a large number of thefts from luggage were reported. They installed hidden cameras which captured the low-life’s patting down bags they diverted from the main carousels into a room where no other staff were about.  Once bags were identified as having likely goodies inside, the thieves opened them, stole the contents & replaced them back on the carousels where the bags were fed through to the owners.

The pair targeted cigarettes & tobacco, cash & electrical items such as iPods & cameras.

During the investigation police discovered over £30,000 in cash at the thieves’ homes, together with thousands of cigarettes (which they were selling to co-workers), electrical goods & jewellery.

The cleaners have been jailed for six & three months & sacked from their jobs.

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  1. Dr Melvin 'Banned from most police blogs' Gray says:

    You might consider a consolation prize for Sgt Farrer, 200.

    Sergeant Steve Farrer, of London Luton Airport SNT, said: “Since their arrests, recorded baggage pilferages have dropped by 77%. Travellers can be reassured that we take the security of their luggage very seriously.”

    The discovery of £30,000 in cash alone at the thieves’ homes must reassure travellers of your eventual reaction to decomposing cheese on your upper lip, Sergeant Farrer.

    July 30th, 2010 at 06:45

  2. 200 says:

    I believe that he art of good communication is making sure you say something in terms that the recipient will understand.

    Once again, I haven’t a clue what the fuck you are on about Melv.

    Here’s the deal, if you want to continue posting on this blog, cut the pretentious twat-talk otherwise I’m just gonna delete it. This place isn’t turning into a repository for your up-your-own-arse drivel.

    I trust my message was a lot clearer than all yours.

    July 30th, 2010 at 07:44

  3. SHIJURO says:


    Strike two…

    Welcome to the game, ladies and gentlemen. You join us bottom of the 9th, all to play for, score stands as 3-balls and 2-strikes…

    One more Melv and YOU ARE OUT OF HERE!!!

    July 30th, 2010 at 09:00

  4. SHIJURO says:

    Melvin ‘Banned from ALL Police Blogs’ Grey DOESN’T say:

    July 30th, 2010 at 09:04

  5. me says:

    200….your reply to Melv’s ravings made me laugh!!!!! Do you think he is still a virgin?

    July 30th, 2010 at 11:47

  6. bill says:


    200, your command of the English language renders me breathless.

    Even more so than Dr. Melv Tourette!

    July 30th, 2010 at 15:05

  7. bill says:

    I recently returned home from a visit to the UK. Hoping to avoid duty on an I-pad, I cunningly concealed it in my baggage, wrapped up in a pair of soiled underpants.

    You can’t rely on airport security. You have to take your own precautions against theft.

    July 30th, 2010 at 15:34

  8. Met BlackRat says:

    Dear 200. I haven’t had the pleasure of hearing (reading) someone speak as plainly as that for years. It is high time people are able to say “Fuck off” to someone that annoys them or talks ‘shite’. More power to your elbow and may your top lip decompose into cheese also (I think).
    PS I think I love you!!

    July 30th, 2010 at 18:07

  9. bill says:


    I think…

    Maybe, I’ll get back later..!

    July 30th, 2010 at 18:26

  10. Civ_In_The_City says:

    Melv-bating where it`s due, but I think what he meant was that if Sgt Farrer took luggage security so seriously how did a couple of minimum-wage idiots manage to pilfer 30n grand in cash alone.

    Top marks to the Sgt for getting the obligatory quote about ‘reassurance’ and a percentage stat in a two line statement.

    July 30th, 2010 at 18:45

  11. Shijuro says:

    Melv? Don’t you mean ‘the forty year old virgin’?


    trainspotter, twitcher or stamp collector… For sure…

    July 30th, 2010 at 20:21

  12. Dr Melvin 'Banned from most police blogs' Gray says:

    Isn’t that typical? Missing out on all the fun to my rainy day hobby of extreme ironing.

    July 31st, 2010 at 09:01

  13. shijuro says:

    Lol… I saw a TV slot about extreme ironing… one chap had his board up a tree; one on top of a house; one chap even did his whilst skiing…

    Do you wear a bandana?

    I bet you wear a funny hat…

    Good for you having a sense of humour.

    I think it would be a shame to ban you, you occasionally stir things up for the better, if only you stopped being so personal… I may even become a fan…

    July 31st, 2010 at 14:24

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