Scientists are exquisitely confident that time is barely an illusion, delusion or misconception. However, despite that communicated perception, we remain busy in saving time, finding favourable time, making the most of time or cherishing every millisecond of the time. So, it comes as no surprise that the police force across the world loves to utilise its time in funny jinxes during their off duty.
We cannot really blame the drunken police for their irrational, inebriated behaviour and vivid imagination under the influence of alcohol, but a sign of such unpleasant behaviour was seen among the police guarding the G7 Summit. Since then, multiple ideas on what might have went at the event have developed that led their inebriated condition. This is out of the normal range of decent behaviour.
Anyhow, the crucial situation was managed by the police themselves. However, they need to be instructed with a strict disciplinary policy that can hold them to regulate their improper behaviour on various occasions.
Recently, drunken cops caused chaos with their off-duty antics during the recently held G7 summit in England. Strangely enough, one had to be rescued from the sea after jumping overboard from the cruise ship they were staying on. Further, two more scaled the ferry’s funnel and a fight ensued among other inebriated officers sent to guard world leaders at the gathering in Cornwall last month. They are said to have vomited in the ship’s stairwells during the mayhem.
Two female officers also got into trouble for taking an official police vehicle to a beach where they got themselves disrobed and sunbathed, as was reported. The tale lengthens with this news report of a Greater Manchester Police officer who jumped from the MS Silja Europa, moored off Falmouth. He had to be rescued by coastguards. He was very drunk and jumped in the sea for a dare. The officer nearly drowned and was sent back home in disgrace. Two Met TSG riot squad cops were also sent home for climbing up the funnel as a trick. The fight is said to have broken out among a group of cops from different forces.
Meanwhile, Devon and Cornwall Deputy Chief Constable Jim Nye said that we were informed of a single incident where an off-duty officer, on-board, was reported to have been under the influence of alcohol.
It will be worthwhile to mention here that Britain’s PM Boris Johnson met with various world leaders at the G7 summit hosted at the seaside resort of Carbis Bay in Cornwall recently. Cornwall is famed for its world-renowned beaches that make it a surfing haven in the UK as well as one of the leading holiday destinations in the country.