British political correctness — the power of idiots, criminals and religious fanatics

Cornwall police … forbidden to say "gypsy skirt". Instead instructed to use "skirt adventurer."

On the drive … with a record of "Tales of Mother Goose" change the ending "Humpty Dumpty", "All the King's horses and all the king's men can not bolt, Humpty Dumpty, Humpty Dumpty-lift" to "Humpty Dumpty counted to ten and again at jumped the wall. "

Schools are encouraged … Edinburgh reset account of football matches, if one team suddenly starts ahead of rivals in 5 goals, and add to the team loses two players.

Children's club … that pirate themed party, forbade its members to wear an eye patch and a hook to hang on his hand, so as not to offend people with similar injuries.

The choir sing … banned the song "Happy Birthday" to avoid offending the sectarians of the "Jehovah's Witnesses" who do not recognize this holiday.

Buyer … accusing the company that produces "thick Irish sausages", for the name of the product, making out in an allusion to the fact that the Irish felt overweight.

… In a hospital in Halifax visitors banned agukat over babies in the campaign for respect for all patients, including newborns.

… One of the officials of the education offered to prohibit teachers talk about children as "talented" and "gifted", not to emphasize the exclusivity of a draw.

Prison inmates … To put Wakefield now address not by name, as "Mr. so and so."

… A group of artists calling themselves banned "freak show" in order not to offend these freaks.

… One of the organizations did not give his name to reduce the abbreviation because this abbreviation — POPO — in Turkish means "ass."

Islington School … was told to remove the word Saint — «saint" — from the title, not to hurt religious feelings of other nations, despite protests from teachers, residents, parents, and … local Jewish and Muslim communities.

… A man who drank 5 liters of beer and fell down the stairs when I was a light bulb, received 75,000 pounds compensation for the fact that the lighting unit was set builders too high.

… Christian Union at the University of Hull was ordered to take the Union atheists, not to violate their rights.

Swings in Wiltshire … hung in place for 25 years. They were recently ordered to remove, because … are too high off the ground, and it is supposedly undersized strongly offended.

Hospital security guard … he was punished for violation of safety rules and a threat to their health, when climbed the scaffolding to save suicide.

Owner … car which was parked right fined for what he left the window ajar at 1.5 cm: and suddenly a passing child to throw a match and start a fire?

School in Sutton … changed the sign "Do not run" and "Do not cry" to "Please, go on foot" and "Please speak softly," so as not to injure the feelings of children.

The government has asked … British diplomats serving in Afghanistan, pay special attention to gender equality and to remind the Afghan people to listen to the views of their wives.

Headmistress … one of Britain's schools are not allowed to sell in the dining room Easter buns, which shows a cross on top, so as not to offend other faiths children.

… Woman indicted for his boss that he was treating employees alcohol at a Christmas party. Indeed, it then on the way home stopped and forced to breathe into a tube.

Professional criminal … got 248,000 pounds compensation for the failure of the fall in the prison shower. He had not worked for a single day of his life, but the explanation for which compensation is given, there is a line for "loss of earnings".

… Woman sues store (and destroy it) for the fact that her child, who was rolling around the shop on wheels, slammed the door.

Inspectors … health and safety recommended commanders install railings on the slippery slopes of dirt training to not lose recruits.

Stewardess … "British Airways" forbidden to wear a cross.

Convicted armed robber … who happened to be caught on a hidden camera police, received £ 1,000 awarded by the European Court of Human Rights after the police intervened in his personal life! Unsurprisingly, regularly confronted with such cases, 80% of Britons said the polls that are fed up to the ears of political correctness.

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