Why Sunny Hundal should become a Special Constable

Firstly, because he is complaining about the increase in ticket prices in London.

If you are a Special Constable for the Met you get a travelcard worth some £290 or so a month. You have to work 16 hours a month to get it. £18 an hour is probably better than what you get as a leading political activist.

But much more importantly than this, it will mean that Sunny is becoming part of the \”Big Society\”, that thing which he so devoutly desires. You know, policing of the community by volunteers from the community? Community engagement, Power to the People and all that?

Go on Sunny, dare ya\’.

9 thoughts on “Why Sunny Hundal should become a Special Constable”

  1. You’re forgetting the fringe benefits: you get to crack with impunity as many skulls as you like. Who wouldn’t want to bash some sense into a donkey-jacketed leftie?

  2. “I’m sure HMRC would be interested in this very generous perk.”

    All the Met get this: it’s necessary for work, apparently.

  3. “You’re forgetting the fringe benefits: you get to crack with impunity as many skulls as you like.”

    Going to be difficult for poor Sunny, who doesn’t look able to knock the skin off a rice pudding.

  4. Why would he care he doesn`t have to get to work , it must be some anti capitalist Demo he is late for or something

  5. All the Met get this: it’s necessary for work, apparently.

    Apparently, in return for it they have theoretically agreed to offer their services if they are riding on London Transport and the services of a police officer is required. That seems reasonable enough, although that makes it sound like it is simply payment for a service being provided, which once again makes one think it should be taxable.

  6. So Much For Subtlety

    Kay Tie – “You’re forgetting the fringe benefits: you get to crack with impunity as many skulls as you like. Who wouldn’t want to bash some sense into a donkey-jacketed leftie?”

    Yeah. He should mention that on his application. Thrown in the words “Blair Peach” too.

  7. “You’re forgetting the fringe benefits: you get to crack with impunity as many skulls as you like. Who wouldn’t want to bash some sense into a donkey-jacketed leftie?”

    No Kay Tie, your looking at this the wrong way. Put him in the thin blue line & we get the chance to lob bricks & petrol bombs at him all day.

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