Prosecutors Kept Requesting A Statement From A Police Dog — This Is What He Sent Back

Metro U.K.
Metro U.K.

Police in West Midlands in the U.K. couldn’t understand why the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) kept requesting a statement from Peach, a police dog that was involved in an arrest. After being hounded (ha) for a statement, a frustrated officer finally sent one. It said:

‘I chase him. I bite him. Bad man. He tasty. Good boy. Good boy Peach.’

Peach signed his statement with a paw print.

Offers say that CPS wouldn’t stop hounding (there’s that again) them even though they repeatedly told CPS that Peach is a dog. Unfortunately, the matter is going to be investigated, according to DCI Julian Harper, from West Midlands Police, told Huffington Post UK.

‘The Professional Standards Department are looking into this, early enquiries suggest it is a light-hearted exchange as a result of a misunderstanding around a police dog and a police officer.’

Read more at Daily Mail U.K.

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