Sir Ian Blair Teaches Amy Winehouse To Dry Out
A LOOK up Amy Winehouse’s nose on the Evening Standard’s cover page, and the headline: “PUT COCAINE STARS ON TRAIL SAYS MET CHIEF.”
The Mirror, which broadcast pictures of Kate Moss snorting talcum/cocaine/anthrax/ground virgin’s bones, and the Sun, which campaigns to have all celebs locked away so making them easier to track and saving on expenses, should be all ears.
Says Sir Ian: “My position is that a sensible jury would not expect people to be sniffing talcum powder.”
Talc and the sniffing of may be just the trick to get rid of a runny nose, possibly brought on by cocaine abuse.
He continues: “At the moment the law says you must be in possession of a Class A or a Class B to be prosecuted. If you are seen on film then nobody can tell what the substance is.”
Can you snort a film of talcum powder, or cocaine?
“I think it is reasonable for a jury to say: ‘You convince me that you are taking talcum power’ because it is an unusual way to take it.”
Sir Ian may care to show us the correct talcing procedure, and thereby set the benchmark by which all talcings may be assessed.
Indeed, if he can be seen shopping his morning talc into neat thin white lines, he may ever boost his celebrity…