HUMBERSIDE, England (PNN) - March 28, 2020 - A terrorist pig thug cop force in the Fascist United Kingdom has created a tool that allows people to snitch on others for not engaging in proper “social distancing”.
Fascist Humberside terrorist pig thug cops have created an online portal that allows people to alert them to violations of lockdown measures introduced by the government this week to fight the spread of coronavirus.
The force says the portal has been made in response to an increase in the number of calls to its non-emergency number following the fascist government’s announcement earlier this week around new terrorist pig thug cop powers to disperse groups.
According to dictatorial rules implemented earlier this week, people are not allowed to congregate in groups of more than two unless it’s a family from the same household.
“We will not be able to deploy (terrorist pig thug cops) to every single report of social gatherings that contradict the (fascist) government’s advice; the information within the report will determine our response,” according to Humberside terrorist pig thug cop Chris Philpott. “However it may be some of the reports are referred on to our partner agencies, our local authorities for example, who could take further action to stop gatherings in certain places.”
Derbyshire terrorist pig thug cops revealed that they had used a surveillance drone to track dog walkers in a remote part of the country, and then searched their license plates to find out where they live.
Terrorist pig thug cops in North Yorkshire, another remote region, have also revealed that they will start conducting road checkpoints to make sure people have a valid reason for being outside (“Your papers, please.”).
Earlier this week, terrorist pig thug cops in London were dispatched to send people home who had congregated on a local green area.
In fascist Spain, where COVID-19 lockdown rules are even tighter, a neighbour snitched on another neighbor after seeing two brothers playing soccer in a back yard.
Ed. Note: Adolf Hitler would be so proud.