Thursday, October 27, 2016

Politicians reveal likeness for that Fifty Shades stuff anger

Middlewich Guardian: Labour councillors claim they are being gagged

... through the medium of duck tape with the word "gagged" written on it.

Spotter's Badge: Gareth

Aircraft noise anger

Surrey Mirror: Man who lives near airport upset at noise coming from airport

FACT: I live near an airport. It's OK really. The End.

Spotter's Badge: Rosie

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Waiting for the invention of matter transportation anger How are we supposed to get our car in the garage?

Good point well made.

Spotter's Badge: Stephen

Spent too long on a coach anger

Metro: Couple who went on a coach trip to Scotland complain that they spent too much time on a coach

Yeah, that's how long-distance coach holidays work, you maroons.

Spotter's Badge: Richard, Charlotte, Everybody

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Here's your litter back anger

Kent Live: Woman dumps bags of litter in school's reception

"Nothing to do with us," says the school.


Spotter's Badge: Rob C

Council won't take our sofa away anger

South Wales Argus: Couple pay to have furniture removed, doesn't happen

Christmas lights up in October? That's a public shamin'

Spotter's Badge: Gwyn

Monday, October 24, 2016

No more buses anger

Lancashire Evening Post: Man thumbs a lift after bus services scrapped

He's wearing his h-viz jacket back-to-front

Spotter's Badge: Karen, Andrew

Come back with my kiddiewinks anger

Nottingham Post: Tram moves off without two children


Spotter's Badge: Milan

Sunday, October 23, 2016

All fun and games until somebody spilts their head open anger

Daily Record: Man splits his head open on sign

See? We warned you.

Spotter's Badge: Jen

You're not getting the lollipop back either anger

Hull Daily Mail: Sacked lollipop man finds that the 'banter' defence doesn't actually work

Take notice, Donald Trump.

Spotter's Badge: Ian

Something about a new housing development anger

Norwich Evening News: Something about a new housing estate and legal action, but just look at those faces

One clock-stopping stare and one look of abject terror

Spotter's Badge: Paul, Chris

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Fuming over his BT landline anger

Gazette Series: Bloke slightly miffed after BT disconnects his phone by mistake

Aww, bless. People still use landlines.

Spotter's Badge: David

Bus driver having a bad day anger

Bournemouth Echo: Bus driver takes it out on student, quits his job


Can't park my car where I want anger

Hull Daily Mail: Newsagent protests parking fine for leaving his car on crossing's zig-zag lines while unloading

"Why is the bin lorry allowed to stop on double yellow lines, but I'm not allowed to park my car on zig-zags by a pedestrian crossing?" asks man who has presumably passed a driving test.

Spotter's Badge: L0wey, And somebody else but I lost the email

Friday, October 21, 2016

Murky goings on in the world of bell-ringing anger

York Press: Fury, editorials in The Times, as York Minister sacks 30 bell-ringers

A real DING-DONG, eh readers?!?!?!

[Warning: Item and associated comments are so long they reach the centre of the Earth]

Spotter's Badge: Erin