Everybody believe that it right to thief. Some people hear that de big ones thiefing and nutten ain’t happening suh dem decide to try a ting. Dem select GT&T cable.
Soon morning dem get a cart and use one of dem own people as a donkey. Dem strap he in de cart and tell he fuh pull while de rest of dem pushing de cart wid de cable.
Up comes de police and all hell break loose. Bullets fly and people lie low. Only de cable thieves didn’t understand fuh halt suh dem run.
Dem boys seh that de one who get tie up in de cart get ketch and he claim he ain’t know how he get tie up or how he end up pulling de cable. One man ask he if he was a donkey pulling de cart and Kwame kiss he and change he into a man.
But is de thiefing that got people worried. De whole community policing group in Demerara decide to meet to keep some appreciation fuh de goat man. And while dem meeting in town de bandits tackle some people at Enmore and rob dem.
Is de passion in de community policing mek dem deh scouring all dem village fuh bandits.
De police and all busy. Dem boys seh that since dem get ketch napping when dem people paint de road last Thursday night while dem sleeping, dem deh pun de road every night now. That is how dem ketch one of dem cable thieves and deh pun ketching de others.
But dem boys seh that is a sad life. Everybody believe that dem have a right to thief and dem don’t care wha dem thief. Some even thiefing used underwear.
Talk half. Lef half.
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