Author Topic: A Cautionary Tale  (Read 1854 times)

Offline Red - Handsome Boy

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Re: A Cautionary Tale
« Reply #15 on: March 07, 2011, 21:08:14 PM »
So glad you're both ok  :hug: we only take poo bags, treats and of cause Red's balls  ;D
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Re: A Cautionary Tale
« Reply #16 on: March 07, 2011, 21:14:16 PM »
We flew out to Portugal one holiday with the children on the way back at the airport Mark's toy rucksac went through the scanner and suddenly there were armed police surrounding us  :o  .. Mark's rucksac was searched and his toy water pistol was removed and we were told we could get it when we arrived back in the UK after everything was explained ... Thing is, he'd had it in his bag on the way out as well and no one stopped us then
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Re: A Cautionary Tale
« Reply #17 on: March 07, 2011, 21:43:45 PM »
Thank goodness all was well in the end such a scare at the time though

I started carrying a small penknife with my keys to split those plastic things that you get on 6 packs - so that wildlife don't choke and die when they get wrapped up in them.