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‘Should have kept your mouth shut Einstein’: Perth police tweet hoodie crime Australia

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It’s the classic case of the hoodie that couldn’t hide the crim – but exposed the crime.

You would think a thief would have tried to keep a low profile.

But this one blew his cover by mouthing off to police before getting busted for a stolen hoodie.

It wasn’t exactly sophisticated detective work that nabbed the crook – the security tag was still attached to the jumper.

“Still wearing the tag on the hoodie you stole,” Perth police tweeted during Operation Sweep.

“Should have kept your mouth shut Einstein!!”

But the hood has stiff local competition if he’s to claim the title of WA’s dumbest thief.

Two men were recently filmed trying to steal a camera on the outskirts of Perth – the same camera that caught them in the act.

Then there was the dope’s things-to-do list where a bent scribe etched out plans to smoke pot and eat chips and gravy, though more an act of stupidity than a crime of the thieving kind.


Henry Sapiecha



When one thinks about police being ‘tax collectors’ & stuff like that one can easily lose site of the fact that they are part of the system & have a job to do.They have to perform their duties as directed by their superiors & government [voted in] ministers [Who in most cases are not fit or qualified to make the decisions they make].


The boys & girls in blue @ the Childers multicultural festival 2015

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These police were to be held in the highest esteem. They were friendly & courteous. The only people that need to fear them are the people who are the wrong doers

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Please let us be grateful that we have a police system that at least is in the main are not corrupt except for a few exceptions

However yours truly has had the pleasure of interacting with police people of late [Today] & was extremely impressed with their beautiful natures but professional  friendliness.

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Mark the senior sergeant & mark ‘the apprentice’ Maryborough police station Qld Australia-The marks police cometh from the Maryborough Police station Qld Australia

They did so with no threatening manner or stand over approach as has been stated by some at times.Their approach to me was merely to get in contact with some lady I know that has a connection with me [As per the police data base] & wanted to know how to contact her.

I made it easy for them in saying that I will be seeing her during the day & will pass on the message & the officers will ring me later that day to confirm that she has been notified.

Yes the officers did front up to us in the monthly flea markets at Maryborough Qld & needed to confirm that I had passed on the message & spoke to my lady friend direct.

We read in the news all the time about some officers using tactics that deserve criticism but we should be extremely grateful that we are not operating under a repressive regime & the police are a tool of a dictator state

In the absence of a clear mind [due to the consumption of some fine wine]-[] I will just post some pics here  & get back to finishing the story later.

Enjoy the journey through some of my sites below


Henry Sapiecha




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Soap, Dope — What’s the Difference? Frenchman Jacques Benoit Fiocconi traveled to Catalonia, Spain, to pick up a load of 2,850 bars of soap from a factory there. Shortly after the pickup, he was pulled over. Police demanded to know what the cargo was. Soap, Fiocconi replied. But a “narcotest” showed it was cocaine, and Fiocconi was arrested. A lab test later confirmed it really was soap, not cocaine, but it took seven more weeks for the court to “accept the findings” and order Fiocconi’s release. Fiocconi demanded compensation for the wrongful arrest and the resulting 70 days of incarceration, saying he had 83,000 euros (US$89,600) worth of financial losses and “moral damages.” Spain’s Ministry of Justice instead awarded him 8,400 euros — 120 euros (US$129) per day, saying that was the “standard rate” it offers for wrongful imprisonment. (RC/London Telegraph) …That sounds more like the rate for a mid-range hotel.


Henry Sapiecha