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Gineral Election – deadly juices

Sergeant Delroy Smellie was today cleared of common assault by the Independent Police Complaints Commission. At the G20 protests he was set upon by a woman armed with a mobile phone and a carton of OJ and was forced to twat her with his baton.

It goes without saying that if juice gets into the wrong hands it can be very, very dangerous. But what is the most dangerous juice of all?

Orange Juice – concentrated!

The classic. Agent Orange.

Orange Juice – with bits!

Extra roughage.


Jungle warfare.

Kia Ora!

Too orangey for crows, too massively racist for todays television but is it too dangerous for cops?

Sunny Delight!

Turns kids orange. And mental.

OJ Simpson!

Former American football player nicknamed “The Juice”. He went to star in 3 Police Academy films, 2 Murder Trials and 1 Armed Robbery and Kidnapping Trial. Currently serving nine years in prison.

The manifestos are in. Now YOU DECIDE!

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Monty Python – G20 exclusive!

Our undercover reporters have exclusively discovered that the G20 riot Police were trained by Monty Python.

When heroic Sergeant Delroy Smellie was set upon by a lunatic of a woman, armed to the teeth with BOTH a mobile phone AND a carton of (probably organic) orange juice, his colleagues feared the worst. (click here for footage)

But fortunately Smellie had been trained for exactly such an incident by John Cleese CBE and reacted quickly. He told a close pal -

“Fortunately I had been trained for exactly such an incident by John Cleese CBE and I reacted quickly – managing to punch her in the face before twatting her a couple of times with my stick.

“She should count herself lucky she didn’t come at me armed with a banana!” he quipped. “Or a rasberry” he added, motioning to a 16 ton weight located overhead.

Despite Smellie’s quick reactions he was still sprayed with a rogue burst of orange juice, which eye witness accounts suggest could have been as much as 50 ml, and his mum had to pop his shirt in on a hot wash.