British Police Celebrate Taking Cutlery Off The StreetsChris Menahan
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There was a time not so long ago when the British ruled the world.
The British Empire was referred to as "the empire on which the sun never sets."
They were conquerors, explorers, builders and inventors.
Today, the British celebrate taking cutlery off the streets -- hoping that just maybe the third worlders who've reverse colonized London won't go on another stabbing spree.
"This collection were found yesterday when we checked our knife surrender bin! Good to know they are safe with us and not in the hands of violent offenders. The bin is available 24/7 in Edmonton station front office #KnivesTakeLives #StopKnifeCrime HN," the Enfield Metropolitan Police tweeted on Thursday.
After being roundly mocked, they said in a follow-up tweet, "Knife crime is not a joke."
Here's a picture of the bin the police shared earlier this week:
This is the absolute state of Britannia.
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