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Sunday, August 20, 2006

Constable Savage Goes To Malaga

Yaxlich read with interest the story this morning about a Monarch Airlines flight which was severely delayed after passengers refused to allow the flight to take off until two men they believed were terrorists were removed from the plane. Flight ZB 613 was grounded until the two passengers were removed from the Airbus A320 in Malaga.

According to passenger Jo Schofield the passengers were suspicious of the two men because they "looked really suspicious with their heavy clothing, scruffy, rough, appearance and long hair". The report in the Mail of Sunday also suggests that passengers were alerted to the two because they were of Asian origin, they were speaking in Arabic and they had beards.

Constable Savage after arresting Winston CudoogoYaxlich read through the article twice and although he didn't see his name mentioned, he expects that the famous 1980's policeman, Constable Savage, would have been on board the plane and heavily involved in the incident. Older readers may recall his work in the prosecution of Winston Cudoogo for the following offences :
  • loitering with intent to use a pedestrian crossing
  • smelling of foreign food
  • urinating in a public convenience
  • coughing without due care and attention
  • looking at me in a funny way
  • walking on the cracks in the pavement
  • walking in a loud shirt in a built-up area during the hours of darkness
  • walking around with an offensive wife
  • possession of curly black hair and thick lips

A full transcipt of the briefing between Constable Savage and his senior officer can be found here

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