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Fluffy dog found on motorway

Fluffy dog found on motorway

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A FLUFFY – and floppy – dog has been taken into police custody – in the hope of reuniting it with its owner.

The toy animal was spotted at the roadside by patrol officers who think it could have been dropped or accidentally thrown from a vehicle.

Anyone who recognises the toy that was found at the side of the westbound carriageway of the M27 at junction three to Southampton, can contact officers at Totton Roads Policing Unit on 101.

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8:04am Fri 26 Oct 12

hulla baloo says...

Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not?
Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not? hulla baloo
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8:15am Fri 26 Oct 12

David Icke says...

Hold the front page!!!!
Hold the front page!!!! David Icke
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10:02am Fri 26 Oct 12

Linesman says...

hulla baloo wrote:
Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not?
It does not take a great deal of intelligence to arrive at the conclusion that the McDonalds bucket would most probably have been thrown by an adult and the fluffy toy by a child.

One is supposed to have reached the age of responsibility, the other not.
[quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not?[/p][/quote]It does not take a great deal of intelligence to arrive at the conclusion that the McDonalds bucket would most probably have been thrown by an adult and the fluffy toy by a child. One is supposed to have reached the age of responsibility, the other not. Linesman
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10:44am Fri 26 Oct 12

hulla baloo says...

Linesman wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not?
It does not take a great deal of intelligence to arrive at the conclusion that the McDonalds bucket would most probably have been thrown by an adult and the fluffy toy by a child.

One is supposed to have reached the age of responsibility, the other not.
Just trying to determine where you draw the line between objects thrown, and what will constitute a fine or not.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not?[/p][/quote]It does not take a great deal of intelligence to arrive at the conclusion that the McDonalds bucket would most probably have been thrown by an adult and the fluffy toy by a child. One is supposed to have reached the age of responsibility, the other not.[/p][/quote]Just trying to determine where you draw the line between objects thrown, and what will constitute a fine or not. hulla baloo
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10:58am Fri 26 Oct 12

bazzeroz says...

I found a fly in my soup! Should I try and find it's owner?
I found a fly in my soup! Should I try and find it's owner? bazzeroz
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11:13am Fri 26 Oct 12

Georgem says...

At least Hampshire police realised it was a stuffed animal this time.
At least Hampshire police realised it was a stuffed animal this time. Georgem
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11:13am Fri 26 Oct 12

Georgem says...

At least Hampshire police realised it was a stuffed animal this time.
At least Hampshire police realised it was a stuffed animal this time. Georgem
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12:03pm Fri 26 Oct 12

Linesman says...

hulla baloo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not?
It does not take a great deal of intelligence to arrive at the conclusion that the McDonalds bucket would most probably have been thrown by an adult and the fluffy toy by a child.

One is supposed to have reached the age of responsibility, the other not.
Just trying to determine where you draw the line between objects thrown, and what will constitute a fine or not.
The line being, the age of responsibility.
[quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not?[/p][/quote]It does not take a great deal of intelligence to arrive at the conclusion that the McDonalds bucket would most probably have been thrown by an adult and the fluffy toy by a child. One is supposed to have reached the age of responsibility, the other not.[/p][/quote]Just trying to determine where you draw the line between objects thrown, and what will constitute a fine or not.[/p][/quote]The line being, the age of responsibility. Linesman
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12:04pm Fri 26 Oct 12

Linesman says...

bazzeroz wrote:
I found a fly in my soup! Should I try and find it's owner?
Only if it were still attached to the trousers.
[quote][p][bold]bazzeroz[/bold] wrote: I found a fly in my soup! Should I try and find it's owner?[/p][/quote]Only if it were still attached to the trousers. Linesman
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12:22pm Fri 26 Oct 12

Subject48 says...

and who says the police force is undermanned...
and who says the police force is undermanned... Subject48
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12:41pm Fri 26 Oct 12

hulla baloo says...

Linesman wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not?
It does not take a great deal of intelligence to arrive at the conclusion that the McDonalds bucket would most probably have been thrown by an adult and the fluffy toy by a child.

One is supposed to have reached the age of responsibility, the other not.
Just trying to determine where you draw the line between objects thrown, and what will constitute a fine or not.
The line being, the age of responsibility.
Theoretically, so an adult throws out Mcdonalds wrappers and gets a fine, another adult throws out a cuddly toy, and the police try and find the owner.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not?[/p][/quote]It does not take a great deal of intelligence to arrive at the conclusion that the McDonalds bucket would most probably have been thrown by an adult and the fluffy toy by a child. One is supposed to have reached the age of responsibility, the other not.[/p][/quote]Just trying to determine where you draw the line between objects thrown, and what will constitute a fine or not.[/p][/quote]The line being, the age of responsibility.[/p][/quote]Theoretically, so an adult throws out Mcdonalds wrappers and gets a fine, another adult throws out a cuddly toy, and the police try and find the owner. hulla baloo
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1:32pm Fri 26 Oct 12

WestonGirl86 says...

Aww I think this is a lovely thing to do!

Being a mother myself I understand how distressing it can be for a child to lose a much loved toy.

I hope the cuddly toy is reunited with its owner soon :)
Aww I think this is a lovely thing to do! Being a mother myself I understand how distressing it can be for a child to lose a much loved toy. I hope the cuddly toy is reunited with its owner soon :) WestonGirl86
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2:51pm Fri 26 Oct 12

Linesman says...

hulla baloo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
Linesman wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not?
It does not take a great deal of intelligence to arrive at the conclusion that the McDonalds bucket would most probably have been thrown by an adult and the fluffy toy by a child.

One is supposed to have reached the age of responsibility, the other not.
Just trying to determine where you draw the line between objects thrown, and what will constitute a fine or not.
The line being, the age of responsibility.
Theoretically, so an adult throws out Mcdonalds wrappers and gets a fine, another adult throws out a cuddly toy, and the police try and find the owner.
If the cuddly toy was thown by an adult, then of course they would/should be fined. If they accidentally dropped it, while carrying a child, then of course not.

I had assumed that you were a responsible adult, and was quite surprised that you should ask such a question.

I suppose that responsible and adult are two different things, and one does not necessarily go with the other.
[quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: Throwing out a mcdonalds carton would instigate a fine, but throwing out a fluffy toy would not?[/p][/quote]It does not take a great deal of intelligence to arrive at the conclusion that the McDonalds bucket would most probably have been thrown by an adult and the fluffy toy by a child. One is supposed to have reached the age of responsibility, the other not.[/p][/quote]Just trying to determine where you draw the line between objects thrown, and what will constitute a fine or not.[/p][/quote]The line being, the age of responsibility.[/p][/quote]Theoretically, so an adult throws out Mcdonalds wrappers and gets a fine, another adult throws out a cuddly toy, and the police try and find the owner.[/p][/quote]If the cuddly toy was thown by an adult, then of course they would/should be fined. If they accidentally dropped it, while carrying a child, then of course not. I had assumed that you were a responsible adult, and was quite surprised that you should ask such a question. I suppose that responsible and adult are two different things, and one does not necessarily go with the other. Linesman
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