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December 04, 2019


The court was told an inebriated Mr Piggott had attempted to steer the boat via remote control while the pair were intimate

(Thanks to Fabian Marson, who notes that “A Florida boating license is on the way.”)


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"The Inebriated Mr. Piggott," premiering Sundays on BBC America.

Due to the effective use of contraception, Capt. Piggott reports that no seamen were lost.

Land Ho! And shiver me timber.

I saw the Gold Coast Deckhands open for Little River Band.

Heckuva show, Bruce.

At first I read "intimate" as "inatimate". Boy do I feel foolish.

Thar' she blows!

Why does the article have a photo of the female deckhand, but not Captain Piggott?

Also - snork at the defence barrister's name.


"The Inebriated Mr. Piggott" sounds like a lost Hercule Poirot story. Or maybe Sherlock Holmes.

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