Moped crime is big news in London. Two people on a moped drive past someone looking at their phone. Phone is stolen. But what if there was only one person on it?
I rarely ever see two people on a moped in London. When I do, I wonder if they’re out to rob people. Rider rides, passenger steals.
I wonder if making it illegal to be a pillion passenger on a moped would limit crime. I don’t think it would affect commuters, who ride solo, but may be an easy way for the police to spot people that might be up to no good.
The people in front of polling station that ask for your polling card are not part of the election. They have nothing to do the voting process. Ignore them.
They work/volunteer for political parties. They are there to keep track of who voted. This way they can see who is politically active. You can ignore them and still vote.
A woman asked me for my polling card as I walked approached the station. She had no identification on her. She said she was from X party and pointed to her associate who had a political sticker on her coat.
I said I didn’t see the sticker. The first woman then said that her sticker was on her baby – a baby that was on the ground in a box between her legs.
In retrospect, I should have said ‘Am I supposed to have checked the baby for ID, then?’.