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Posted by Bruxanna Grips With Her Heels In A Galloping Trot (U13759521) on Thursday, 6th September 2012
Is that what they said when they arrested Lance? I thought I heard them say Lancey I'm arresting you.....
Wouldn't they say Lance (insert surname) I'm arresting you for ...... not get all informal and the like!
Or have I misheardified?
Posted by Bette (U2222559) on Friday, 7th September 2012
Gosh, I missed that. I must have dropped the stitches in my knitting.
Posted by joe (U13868420) on Friday, 7th September 2012
"Lance Eaton", I think they said.
Had we heard his surname mentioned before?
Posted by Bruxanna Grips With Her Heels In A Galloping Trot (U13759521) on Friday, 7th September 2012
Ahhh. And it sounded like Lancey to me - that spalins it. I don't recall hearing his surname ever mentioned. But then again I could have missed that too.
Posted by seejay63 (U14296183) on Saturday, 8th September 2012
What puzzled me most about that whole situation was that Lance came back to see Kenton - the police told him that Lance was wanted, and as he was already in hospital couldn't they have arrested him while he was in there?
Posted by Organoleptic Icon (U11219171) on Saturday, 8th September 2012
It was definitely "Lance Eaton you are arrested for..."
the police told him that Lance was wanted, and as he was already in hospital couldn't they have arrested him while he was in there?
This was not explained.
- no international arrest warrant yet issued so no grounds for arrest
Posted by Sturmey Archer (U2328688) on Thursday, 25th October 2012
Is that what they said when they arrested Lance?
Whatever happened to the traditional "'Ullo 'ullo 'ullo, wot's goin' on 'ere then?"
or "…ev'nin' all!"
or "…take *that* you norty criminal!" (accompanied by heavy laying-on of truncheon or night-stick¹)
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