Another everyday story of Brown's Britain. But what's this ?
Acting assistant chief constable of Lancashire Police, Jerry Graham added that care must be taken though not to "demonise" all young people and that there were people of all ages determined to cause trouble.
Why exactly must we take care ? And what's it got to do with him ?
"There is a significant proportion of young people who do not engage in this kind of behaviour and are victims themselves," he said.
Yor point being ? He talks about not demonising the young and the best he can say for them is that a "significant proportion" don't kick girls to death ? Very comforting, that.
"Here in Lancashire, we think it is important not to negatively stereotype all of our young people when this kind of incident occurs."
Your point being ?
Here in the West Country, we think it is important to point out that acting assistant chief constable Jerry Graham is making himself sound like a politically correct wazzock. He'll go far.