I've been pretty tired. Too tired to blog. Too tired to read (and believe me I've missed reading blogs).
There's been little progress on CEO's claim. Obviously the police have to investigate every case that gets thrown their way, no matter how stupid it may seem.
Apparently it wasn't always like that. Before the "terror" attacks, the police would refuse to view cases if they didn't deem them as important. Now all cases are important. Talk about a waste of resources.
So last week the PO in charge of the case called me and asked me to come in for a friendly interview.
I said no.
He said if I refuse he'll have to come and collect me.
I was excited. I'd be one of those badass bitches. Maybe I could wear my leather jacket, some eyeliner...
"You mean you'll arrest me?!"
"It's not that dramatic."
"Will you cuff me?"
"Read me my rights?"
"Can we have the siren on?"
"This isn't a movie. And to be honest, the case is seriously minor."
In the end I drove down. They made me nice cup of ginger tea. (The metropolitan police budget includes Twinnings Special Tea! ps: Thanks Kitty, Crag and Angel for the tips) And they asked me a stream of questions.
I was there for about an hour. The PO looked like he was going to burst out laughing during the session. Believe me I held nothing back.
"This isn't the first time they've called the police." I told him. "CEO called the fraud squad once. Some one had a misspelling on their website."
That was a funny incident. They asked him how much money the company had lost because of it. CEO's attitude was "We didn't actually lose anything, but we could have lost money."
It's like leaving you're car door unlocked and calling the police the next day:
"Sir, you're car hasn't been stolen." "Yes, but the point is, it could have been."
How do people that stupid survive in the world? I hate the fact that they waltz through life without a fucking clue!