Come on Mr Grove, why not introduce drunk and drug tanks?
IT'S not big and it's far from clever for folk of all ages to go out on any night of the week and tank themselves up with liquid muck that they down by the small bottle full.
They then top this up again with pills, powder and ganja, then go home, leaving a trail of vomit the same colour as the rainbow.
And for those who cannot make it back to their abode and are left in the street or some poor person's garden, what do the Old Bill do?
Call for an ambulance and have them taken to hospital where already doctors and nurses are overloaded with people who need their services far greater than these drunken smack-heads.
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"Nearly 90 more visits to A&E this Christmas," said the Grimsby Telegraph, on January 7 – a figure mentioned of nearly 1,300 over the festive period is nothing more than an utter disgrace.
So, come on Humberside Police Crime Commissioner Matthew Grove – start earning your pennies in 2013 with an introduction that comes from the USA in the form of "drunk and drug tanks"; where the boys in blue get their hands dirty for a change by throwing them in cells especially equipped for D&Ds who can sleep it off overnight without the work load being placed on our hospitals.
The only drawback to yourselves being all that extra swill out, and let's not forget that added hated paperwork.
North Street, Caistor.