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UK cops auction off Remington Shite Straighteners

Straight-talking on force's net fencing operation

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We're not quite sure what's going on down at Torquay Police Property Office, but it appears one of the Boys in Blue has taken exception to Remington's fine range of electrical hair care products:

Those Remington Shite Straighteners, as seen on Bumblee

This admirable piece of straight-talking can be found on Bumblebee, the force's online fencing operation for unclaimed stolen goods. Should you be tempted to pitch for said Shite Straighteners, the current top bid stands at a modest £1, with fours days left to run on the auction. ®

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The usual thanks very much to Joskyn for the tip-off.

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