Thursday, 10 September 2009

Putting the pun into crime and punishment

Hi folks.  Here at the AANs blog we always appreciate a bit of fan mail, so thanks to two of you this week for getting in touch with your own amusingly appropriate suggestions.  Lady Cat Stewart writes to tell us that the head of Haringey libraries is one Karen Bookless (perhaps she could change her name to Karen Careless and take over as head of children's services), while a Mr Teal of Memphis, Tennessee, writes to tell us of a fellow student named Mia Bimbo.  He let us know that his first thought on meeting the young lady was "my, a bimbo!"  Thanks for those, and do keep them coming.

Meanwhile here's a few we've spotted ourselves lately from the world of law, order and disorder...

Karen Wildish lived up to her moniker - but perhaps she had it coming attacking a man named Sheriff,

Donald Payne enjoyed inflicting same,

Sifiso Justice Ngema (crazy name, crazy guy),

Colin Pitchfork didn't actually kill people with a pitchfork but might as well have done,

Nick Freeman keeps his men free,

Sue Yoo might well do just that,

Judge Laws and Judge Judge do what they say on the tin,

While Ian Lawless was, it turns out, anything but!

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