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January 20, 2013

THAT'S WHY THEY'RE KNOWN FOR THEIR EFFICIENCY

German criminal police who used hidden cameras for 18 months to try to find a toilet paper thief in their own office were probably breaking the law, it has emerged.

(Thanks to Joe in Japan)

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That is a Charmin story.

Is there a problem, Offizier?

'Cops spied on each other to nab loo roll thief'

I saw Loo Rolls open for Johnny Cash

( ♫ You'll never find - Who's swiping from behind...)

What can you expect in a state whose name sounds like something J.R.R. Tolkien came up with?

It would have more upsetting if one of their coworkers was NOT using toilet paper.
Probably more easily detected, too.

Can't decide if the loo roll in the photo is an over or an under. Going to bother me all day.

What a sheety development.

Kinda rubs me the wrong way to hear about police spying on each other in the crapper.

The Cops were stymied because they didn't have anything to go on.

Sooo... they really were criminal police?

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