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Police Trainee Faints at Boris Johnson speech

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Did any of you see the police trainee faint at the Boris Johnson speech just on BBC?

She, and it is a woman, seems to be unable to stand up for the whole 10 minute speech and has to take her hat off and sit down. BoJo take sit as his cue to finish the question and answers.

Not a very good advert for the police force, sorry, the police service. I bet the criminals are quaking in their boots.

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Here we are, amazing:

17:45

Police recruit appears unwell as speech ends

 
BBCCopyright: BBC

While finishing an answer on when to have an election, one of the police recruits appears to feel unwell and has to sit down.

Boris Johnson says he is going to wrap up, but continues for another minute while the recruit sits behind him.

Before leaving the stage, he repeats his calls for an election on 15 October and says he will have one earlier if Jeremy Corbyn wants one.

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Edited by billfunk

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14 minutes ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

This thread has a whiff of misogyny.

Have some consideration for this poor woman.

Full dress uniform, searing temperatures, glare of public scrutiny, and possibly needs a poo.

 

Yorkshire in September.

I couldn't do it.

It was fucking cold today. A real autumnal touch to it here is sunny Yorkshire 

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28 minutes ago, billfunk said:

Johnson's fault, of course.

Unsurprisingly??!!!  Standing up for a while isn't some sort of feat of endurance, particularly for a subset of younger people whose selection criteria included minimum fitness levels.  There is something wrong with Abbott if she thinks 'standing for a while' is exceptional.

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Just now, dgul said:

Unsurprisingly??!!!  Standing up for a while isn't some sort of feat of endurance, particularly for a subset of younger people whose selection criteria included minimum fitness levels.  There is something wrong with Abbott if she thinks 'standing for a while' is exceptional.

She is using herself as a yardstick. Bet she isn’t fit enough to cross the house never mind stand for a few minutes. 

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1 hour ago, billfunk said:

Not a very good advert for the police force

Neither is this fella:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-49594942

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A police officer who bought pornography at the family home of a dead child has been jailed for 12 months.

Met PC Avi Maharaj was asked to guard the house on 11 February 2018 while the family was "being consoled elsewhere" after their 14-year-old son had taken his own life.

Maharaj guessed the password to the household Virgin Media account and downloaded four pornographic films.

 

Edited by JoeDavola

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1 hour ago, One percent said:

It was fucking cold today. A real autumnal touch to it here is sunny Yorkshire 

O.o

I was sunning myself on Filey beach and the kids were splashing about in the water. 

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Christ,  I don't know what is more pathetic.

The inability of a policewoman to stand without falling over,

Or

The inability of Boris to capitalise on the incident in a caring, supportive manner, rather than ribble on like a blonde bollock.

Is this is the finest this country can produce?  Or is is people being promoted beyond their capabilities?

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She didnt exactly seem to have recovered once seated.  

If its panic attack or fainting then she has no business being in the police. I was taught how to deal with this in the boy scouts FFS!

Fair enough, she might be Ill,  but she should have excused herself from the event.

On reflection, she still handled herself better than Boris in the situation.

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Wiggle your toes to keep the blood circulating, and you can stand still for hours*. Unfortunately in the pampered world our youth grow up in, this level of ‘hardship’ is unknown. This incident is a damning indictment of the state of the current ‘resilience services’ in this country. I guarantee that the police officer in question is on a fast track to desk duty!

 

*Old soldiers’ trick, try wearing a busby in London in July outside Buck House.

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1 hour ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

This thread has a whiff of misogyny.

Have some consideration for this poor woman.

Full dress uniform, searing temperatures, glare of public scrutiny, and possibly needs a poo.

 

Yorkshire in September.

I couldn't do it.

But it's easy to do a poo in Yorkshire in September.

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4 minutes ago, sbn said:

 

If its panic attack or fainting then she has no business being in the police. I was taught how to deal with this in the boy scouts FFS!

 

Oh I don't know, our ruler Merkel gets them. Badge of honour these days.

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