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Tenant evicted after owing GBP5,500 and abandons 'Keith ' ...a 10ft boa constrictor

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2...15875-16261568/

".... But one thing might still give the tenants some concern, though. Officers say Keith may be a she not a he... and cannot guarantee she didn't have babies down there."

These animals belong in the wild in another country.

Not some disgusting chav's flat.

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Do the police still evict tenants or is it down to the landlord to perform the duty now, when the depression kicks in the landlord will need to employ private sector bailiffs because there won't be the political will for the State to sort this kind of thing out.

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Do the police still evict tenants or is it down to the landlord to perform the duty now, when the depression kicks in the landlord will need to employ private sector bailiffs because there won't be the political will for the State to sort this kind of thing out.

yes.

in the next few years we are likely to see an increase in both private security and bi-local authority figures standing in on many none criminal matters. these will be referred to as 'PayCops' from the film, Quatermass. with little more than £50 in your shoe and a county court clerks signature, you can hire these PayCops at nominal hourly rates to hoof out tenants, remove hoodies or beat up a course fisherman beside a baot house. if you can you should get shares in PayCops, or if you cant find any companies involved in this promising business, start your own. Use potato's at first, then progress to clubs and knuckle dusters later. when your comfortable.

these PayCops can be easily identified by the general public by their descriptive headbands.

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yes.

in the next few years we are likely to see an increase in both private security and bi-local authority figures standing in on many none criminal matters. these will be referred to as 'PayCops' from the film, Quatermass. with little more than £50 in your shoe and a county court clerks signature, you can hire these PayCops at nominal hourly rates to hoof out tenants, remove hoodies or beat up a course fisherman beside a baot house. if you can you should get shares in PayCops, or if you cant find any companies involved in this promising business, start your own. Use potato's at first, then progress to clubs and knuckle dusters later. when your comfortable.

these PayCops can be easily identified by the general public by their descriptive headbands.

You've lost it, in a big way.

try taking the tinfoil hat off

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I walk these streets, a loaded six string on my back

I play for keeps, cause I might not make it back

I been everywhere, still Im standing tall

Ive seen a million faces an Ive rocked them all....

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