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Coronation Street Provokes Sharp Rise In Criminal Girl On Girl Action

by | 30th, January 2009

PSST ! Wanana see some girl on girl action?

The Mail has pictures. See this one of the girls fighting in the street?

Take not of the one in the tight white leggings kicking the leggy brunette in her soft, tender throat. The auburn hair of Girl Gang Member 3, let’s call her Danniii, flicks back playfully over his shoulder as she administers a coup de grace to the blonde’s supple buttocks.

Says the Mail:

The number of crimes committed by girls is rocketing as ‘ladette’ culture takes hold, a Government report has revealed. The Ministry of Justice said there had been a 22 per cent increase since 2004…

For the first time in history, crimes of violence have overtaken theft as the most common offence among women and girls.

What say the experts?

Shadow justice secretary Dominic Grieve said last night: ‘This is a damning indictment of broken Britain under a Labour Government. Ministers must get a grip of this shocking trend.’

Look again at the image, dear readers. And, yes, yes, it is. That’s undercover police officer Mel Morton being set upon by canal in Manchester. And – yes, yes – that’s her colleague Abi Sharpe in an unprovoked attack after the pair are sent to investigate trouble at a local bar.

Anorak has seen the footage, back in September 2008, after 9pm on ITV…set in an episode of Coronation Street.

Fact and fiction – can you spot the difference?

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