A very unusual use for a Conservative Party membership card

Take a young man, alcohol, a police station, a Conservative Party membership card, a police-issue balaclava and a cup of tea, and what do you get? Why, this story of course (with further details from here).

Hat-tip: Richard Clare

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5 Comments

  • coldcomfort 7th Aug '11 - 11:15am

    Perhaps someone got the young mans name wrong & it should be Joshua Bonehead-Paine?

  • Our membership cards are far too flimsy to be used in that way. This once again demonstrates how we are serious about tackling crime whilst Conservative party membership drives are all about putting tools in the hands of criminals. πŸ™‚

  • @Hywel – LOL

  • See what doors Conservative party membership can unlock.

    @Hywel “Our membership cards are far too flimsy to be used in that way.”
    I like it…..a metaphor for our times!

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