Posted by sean on July 12, 2006 at 8:04 pm in Have I Got News For You, Life In Bath with No Comments

London isn’t the only place that gets dangerous criminals. Little old Bath had a siege today, just a two minute walk from my house!

OK, it’s hardly Bin Laden’s buddies blowing themselves up and crashing planes but for a small city like Bath it’s big news. I haven’t seen the residents this excited since they printed that paedophile’s address in the paper.

Coming back from work I noticed a policeman directing lots of traffic close to my house. I thought it was a little odd but just put it down to further road works as we have had a lot of that lately. I continued down to the local shops, ignoring the heavy stream of traffic that was being diverted up the high street.

I was tempted to investigate but quite frankly, after my long day at work couldn’t be arsed. I’m kind of kicking myself now, as looking at the BBC website it sounds like I could have witnessed some exiting drama :o)

There will probably be nothing else of interest in Bath until 2026 when a 44 year old male blogger will threaten to torch himself and house following yet another season where Leeds United fail to reach promotion.

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