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Scaffold Filth

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On Fri 10 May at 9:38pm Paul300 wrote:
I had the misfortune of seeing a scaffolder urinating in the middle of the road at around 10 am East Street today. Really nasty. If this was your house that has just taken down scaffold let others know not to hire.
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On Fri 10 May at 10:47pm Local99 wrote:
Did you not see the truck he was working from? I don't think I've ever seen a scaffolder just walking around! Or perhaps you're just being a sanctimonious knob?
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On Sat 11 May at 6:15pm Paul300 wrote:
Yes the truck was there but I didn't catch the name, he was pissing behind it and I was trying not to look and was rather concerned about my young children. Why on earth would I pretend for the sake if being sanctimonious! Local99 I really think you need to have a think about what kind of person you are to write that comment.
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On Sun 12 May at 3:46pm Tommy wrote:
Whilst I'm not condoning peeing in the middle of the street - what the hell has your young children got to do with it? It's not like he's jerking it in the bushes.

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On Sun 12 May at 8:53pm Paul300 wrote:
I don't really think its appropriate for a man to have his penis out in the middle of the road at 10 am, the guy was not in the bushes as I said it was the centre of the street. It's just filth, if you think thats ok then that's beyond my understanding. Would you like your toddlers to see it?
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On Mon 13 May at 10:19am Tommy wrote:
If you teach your kids that taking a pee is filth they're going to have a lot of issues growing up.
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On Tue 14 May at 11:54pm Local99 wrote:
Ooh, I'm off to have a think
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On Wed 15 May at 7:56am Green Sleeves wrote:
I'm reasonably certain that local99 lives under a bridge.
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On Tue 21 May at 8:02pm The defibrillizer wrote:
Blatant copy & paste
'It is legal for a man to urinate in public, as long it is against the rear offside wheel of his motor vehicle and his right hand is on the vehicle.
Although this is widely reported as fact, this is actually not true. There is no general law forbidding urination in public, although it is often an offence under local bylaws. The same is true of the oft-cited ‘law’ that pregnant women are allowed to urinate in a policeman’s helmet. There is no law allowing or forbidding such a practice, but local authorities are expected to exercise discretion in these cases. So, while there is no law forbidding a pregnant woman from urinating into a policeman’s helmet, a policeman is unlikely to offer her such an opportunity'
Don't get pissed on or off, prepare to be shocked
The truth is out there



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