De police trying fuh polish up dem image and dem thief trying fuh mek de police look bad. De fuss thing that happen when de police catch a man and get he to court de man does get a lawyer who does tell de magistrate how police beat he.
Well dem police decide to keep far from dem thief and that is how de security guard at de gas station had to ketch de man who thief de car fuh de police.
De story deh in de Waterfalls paper. He thief a car, run out of gas and drive in de gas station and full up de tank. When time fuh pay he mek he face serious like people mustn’t ask he nutten. That is how de security tun up wid a shotgun wid a more nasty face and stick he up.
He drive in de gas station wid de window wind up like a big boy. He signal wid he two finger fuh $2,000. Is that wha mek de guard suspect something wrang. Nobody gun drive in like a big boy and ask fuh $2,000 gas. And pun top of that de car jerking up going in to de station.
When he thief de car dem boys seh that he wind up de window and tun on de a/c and that is wha done de li’l gas.
Dem boys want fuh know if is not he and he friends thief de lady car and strip it within hours two days ago.
He got fuh get licks. Tuesday night when de police hold he, dem boys seh that he tell dem that he like a/c and he plan fuh order de magistrate whosoever trying he to find a a/c cell in de jail fuh he. And if dem ain’t got, then dem should leh he walk free.
Little do he know that in jail everything gun free up. He gun get a/c that gun mek he tun d/c.
Talk half. Lef half.
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