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Helping the police with their enquiries

We appreciate that our G8 IPTC Cock-Up exclusive may have ruffled a few feathers north of the border. So, in the interests of fostering greater co-operation with our friends in the blue uniforms, EPUK have suggested the whereabouts of a few of the G8 suspects Lothian and Borders Police want to trace

For a start, Mr G8-10 can be found working as a plumber in pretty much any German pornographic movie from the 1970s. Likewise, Mr G8-13 doesn’t look at all happy with his new job in Sir David Frost’s Sunday morning slot. The cunning Mr G8-15 might just escape identification, given he has stolen Mr G8-46’s hair (crime in progress pictured). And the link between unemployment and crime is shown by poor old G8-65, who has had nothing else to do except riot since the ending of the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

EPUK is discussing:

Copyright infringements and how to manage them DACS Payback'Crafted in Britain' by Rob Scott Photographing in public places - where/when/is it allowed?

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