According to the Warrington Guardian website, this week's episode of the Channel 4 show 999 "What’s Your Emergency" focuses on the lives of Warrington teenagers on the verge of adulthood.
The episode apparently features Warrington PC Ruth Scott visiting a group of teenagers (stern stuff) who have been intimidating homeowners.
Fortunately, our made up sources have confirmed that PC Ruth Scott had previously won a Gold Medal in the Olympic Knackers Kicking Competition, and thus prevented the toe rags from procreating further.
Unfortunately, Warrington is still maintaining an image of crime and misery, and that's largely down to Kerry Katona. Just take a look at the local paper's headlines: "Teen who urinated on memorial fountain had not heard of bomb attacks", Police confirm death of man who fell down stairs of pub to town centre" and "Man found dead at Creamfields."
Come on people! Warrington isn't that bad is it? Can't we write better stories about having the best fish and chip shop in the country or a kitten killing a burglar or something?
Ah well, rant over. If you would like a little glimpse of Evans House Business Centre at night from the sky, take a look at tonight's "What’s Your Emergency" and you will see the building in the background. Another small claim to fame in Warrington's crime history.
Evans House's Blog author likes the sound of his own voice and couldn't find his a**e with both hands.