Some clatty so and so left a jobbie right in the middle
on the Allt a'Mhullin path, mid way between the bottom style
and the large gate.
We were descending at 17:50 and had to out-manoeuvre the freshly deposited item and a soiled sock that the sick and misguided individual must have used for a purpose of which I'll leave you to draw your own conclusions.
At first glance I thought it was a dog's jobbie but on closer (though not too close) inspection it was certainly a humanoid one.
Unbelievable considering he or she (let's not rule out the chance of it being a female jobbie) could have stepped two metres to the side of the track and left their foul deed there.
The suspect is thought to have been walking around the North Face car park with one sock!
jimmy savile17 Mar 2003
In reply to Brucey:
Most interesting subject matter.
We only have an approx. time of said offence. If only you had taken a core temperature and calculated, thermal loss due to ambient temperature and prevailing conditions we could have pinned it down to an exact time.
Have you the following...
Sock size and type?
Approx. diameter of said offending object?
Angle of deposition?
approx slump ratio?
Volume & density?
oh, yeh and perhaps a photo, purely for scientific purposes you understand?
I am sure Highland Constabulary's finest will soon be on the case.
I'm on my way to the Allt na Mhuillinn, now!
> (In reply to Anonymous) Is that in the profanisaurus?
Not yet, but it should be!
Urban Warrior18 Mar 2003
The scottish constabulary are too busy increasing their budget by running a radar trap on the exit of Fort Vegas towards Glen no snow coe. The cost of Tower Ridge in alpine conditions? three points and £60 sir. Thank god for blacked out rear windows due to the slight discrepancy in the legality of my personage carrying capacity of my van is all i say!
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