The Metropolitan Police has released footage of officers clearing Sheperd’s Bush Green in London of sunbathers on the first day of the UK-wide coronavirus lockdown. ‘Can you all go home please,’ one officer can be heard saying. ‘It’s not a holiday, it’s a lockdown.’
— Police Hour (@PoliceHour) March 24, 2020
Under tough new measures announced by Boris Johnson on Monday, people are allowed leave their homes only to exercise once a day, travel to and from ‘absolutely necessary’ work, and to shop for essential items.
Matt Lucas Tweeted “i wouldn’t have been so polite”.
i wouldn't have been so polite https://t.co/x7QlS82IBF
— Matt Lucas (@RealMattLucas) March 24, 2020
Greg Scott said “i would’t have said “please”. in fact, i would have used probably 3% of their chosen words”.
I wouldn’t have said “Please”. In fact, I would have used probably 3% of their chosen words.
Absolutely moronic twatthimbles. https://t.co/aplJ8u3t52
— Greg Scott (@GregScottTV) March 24, 2020
Enfield MPS said “sadly some people don’t listen to simple guidelines. Pleast Stay at Home”.
— Enfield MPS (@MPSEnfield) March 24, 2020
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