Image of the Day – 124

We’re always grateful to our supporters for sending in photographs. Sometimes they provide clear depictions of law breaking. Sometimes they are for intelligence and these, too, are useful. This image was sent in earlier this week and was taken on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent. Our thanks to CP for sending them in.

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  1. 1

    auntykill said,

    I can count 15 dogs there, where are the poop scoops and plastic bags eh??? More law breaking!

  2. 2

    Ah, don’t forget auntykill it’s one law for them, and one for the rest of us.

    We think they should all be on a leash.

    • 3

      bantheban said,

      pfft what does that picture prove ….. nothing, that huntsman could be hacking home, moving from the end of one line to the start of anothr that is laid by a runner. you really do not understand do you, and as for the dog poo and bags, its private land, and asit was why were your monitors on there? thats tresspassing isnt it?!?! think again

      • 4

        It doesn’t “prove” anything, bantheban. That’s the point. We get a good number of such photographs which are immensely useful for intelligence purposes.

      • 5

        auntykill said,

        No one said monitors had taken the photograph, it could just as easily have been someone out on a public footpath enjoying an afternoon in the fresh air, but without looking for “sport”.


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