Bullshire’s Fire and Rescue Service is in turmoil as the current ‘Hosepipe Ban’ looms.
Responding to concerns raised by thick people on social media, Bullshire’s fire fighting heroes are concerned they’ll be prosecuted for simply doing their job.
The announced ‘Hosepipe Ban’ will potentially see all hoses being confiscated; which will mean they won’t be able to squirt water or something.
“We’ll just play more pool”
Leading Firefighter Slipon Duty said, after being awoken from a relaxing snooze, “We’ll just have to play more pool if our hoses are confiscated.”
Last year, Bullshire Fire and Rescue Service blocked roads without reason on 184,293 occasions, flirted with 193,299,299,298 women when they were cruising the town centres and filed self assessment tax returns for their second jobs 178,394,239,293,209 times.