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Ill-prepared, draws way too much intention to himself and gets kicked out before anything actually happens...
To be fair, local papers don't really have the resources and legal backing to let their reporters get into really deep shit.
Also, I once knew of a local paper that an expose into a local brothel, only to discover that the very same brothel advertised itself as a massage parlour in the very same newspaper. Which was pretty embarrassing for all concerned.
What a idiot.
Might look a bit weird online, especially since it's a first person piece and less of a straight news report.
no one just going ':D this is fucking mental' and commenting on journalistic ability.
Lighten up, shitsippers x
People from Essex meeting up in grotty hotel rooms to have sex isn't one of them.
but still, this just *is* amusing - everyone be getting dour.
honestly spent about 30 seconds looking for the rest of the piece, like it was hidden somewhere else on the page, rather than that being the real ending
it's like reading some kind of surreal haiku verses
He said: I will be having a look into it
"I will be having a look into it and take a look at who placed the booking for said room and make sure they are deterred from using the room in future"
any other room is fine though
I bet there is.
Oh you know the rest
onto a woman's face in a provincial hotel room.
Buk = bukkake?
Probably a higher readership than the paper has.
"There may not be legislation to deal with all parties involved but there may be relevant legislation pertaining to the use of the building for such a purpose."
Thanks guys, but this is totally legal yeah
Not sure if that's entirely a legal matter though.
'The hotel is no longer a sex den'
What makes a perfect pie?
the woman "sliding" on to the floor after having been sat on the bed... like did she just turn into a big pool of silver liquid like the terminator?
'without relish I kick off my shoes' - think the last point in the lifecycle that anyone kicks off shoes WITH relish is about ages 7 or 8 to go on a bouncy castle.
i mean imagine this guy kicking off his shoes and thinking 'oooh yeah this feels great'
now imagine him kicking off his shoes and thinking 'oooh really not enjoying kicking off these damn shoes for one'
I had the choice of living for two weeks in the Holiday Inn Brentwood or the Holiday Inn Basildon whilst I found somewhere to live. From an apartment overlooking Sydney Harbour to Basildon. Dark days.
by the looks of things
No contest. Nah, it was nearer to work and I lived in Bas (posh bit) before going to Aus so it kind of felt more like home.
Hip does seem a bit defensive of the/Greeny's house style.