GUN 14 YO poses online with replica gun, gets a 6am visit

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  1. TL1000RSquid

    TL1000RSquid ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    Bebo gun boy poser is nicked
    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/justice/article1476978.ece
    Published: Today
    COPS carried out a 6am raid on the home of a hoodie seen in The Sun brandishing a gun – and discovered a replica pistol on top of a wardrobe.

    We found a snap of the cocky 14-year-old holding it to his head on the Bebo website – next to pictures of other thugs glamorising gang violence.

    But detectives immediately recognised the yob – street name “Milesyyy” – when we printed the picture earlier this month. And they wiped the smile off his face when they swooped on his parents’ home in Islington, North London.

    A source said: “It was a good result for us. He got a stern talking to and was near tears. His devastated parents had no idea what he was up to. They gave him a right rollicking too.

    “Replica guns are used to frighten people in robberies in just the same way that real ones are.

    “But there’s every chance he won’t be doing it again.”

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    Those damn Bebo's
     
  2. Hooch

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    Fuck they butcher the queens engrish.
     
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    Raid for homes with fake guns
    Air strike for homes with real guns
     
  4. TL1000RSquid

    TL1000RSquid ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    I cann't keep up with all these new terms, is a bebo the same as a yob?
     
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    Why do 14 year olds have street names?
     
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    rollicking? yob? hoodie?

    wtf? Isn't a hoodie a sweatshirt? and wtf rollicking?
     
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    I don't know about bebo, but I do know that Yob is drunk indian for "job." The term "yob" will usually acompany other words like "budweiser," and "Yack in the Box," when speaking drunk indian.
     
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    it was a typo. they mean rick rolling
     
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    bebo = facebook/myspace type of site
     
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    A hoodie is a term used by the press to describe young wannabe tough guys, usually in their teens who hang out in groups and wear hoodies so they can't be identified.. and a Rollicking is a 'telling off'
     
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    I would spend a few months on a boat to get away from there too.
     
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    just because a kid acts like an asshole doesnt mean we need to suspend civil liberties to teach him a lesson.

    also, going off your interpretation, who would define what behavior would require this result? it's too subjective.
     
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    i had to read it 3 times becuase i thought it said rickrolling :rofl:
     
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    Wow the UK sucks at civil liberties.
     
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    he's just being milesyyy
     
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    stupid chavs
     

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