Anorak News | Pretend Cop Arrested Teens In Manchester But Failed To Beat Them Up

Pretend Cop Arrested Teens In Manchester But Failed To Beat Them Up

by | 12th, October 2010

ANTHONY Sacks, 20, pretended to be a policeman in order to arrest teenagers and drive them home in his squad car (with blue light on roof).

This is good policing, no? You stop the yoof hanging about the streets and pack them off back to mum with a flea in their ear.

Well, no. Sacks has been arrested and sectioned under the Mental Health Act at Manchester crown court.

We learnt that Sacks apprehended a 14-year-old boy on Hyde Road, Gorton, and took him home after finding tobacco in his pockets. The lad was handcuffed.

Sacks then did ‘interrogate’ the boy’s mum for over an hour about him smoking and being out late.

A 16-year-old was later handcuffed and told:

“Get out of the area or I will ring armed response.”

Yep. This sounds like good old fashioned policing, and cheap, too.

Sacks saw smoking as a  gateway crime. Having arrested two 15-year-old for possessing a lighter with intent to puff:

“He forced one of the boys to sit in his car and drove him home where he spoke to his parents, lecturing them about their son being out late.”

The parents called the police. And Sacks is now sectioned indefinitely under the Mental Heath Act.

Meanwhile, real policeman, who are trained to protect and serve, know:

And then there’s the sarcasm…

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