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The Evil Hood May 17

Supposedly, all young people wear hoodies and baseball caps so their faces can’t be seen on CCTV. That suggests this line of logic:

1. Crime in shopping centres
2. CCTV is brought in to video ne’er-do-wells ne’er-do-wellin’
3. These young ne’er-do-wells wear clothes that hide their faces, frightening shoppers
4. Identities concealed from the CCTV, they go about their ne’er-do-well business

In which case, perhaps this would help:

1. Get rid of CCTV
2. Ne’er-do-wells revert to morning suits (top hats not permitted of course) and ball gowns
3. Shoppers are no longer frightened
4. Ne’er-do-wells do as much ne’er-do-wellin’ as above, but without shoppers experiencing The Fear

This is, of course, a flippant addition to the debate. As is suggesting that for the uglier chavs, it’s better for all of us that they keep their hoodies up.

See also Liberal England, and the answer to chavs’ favourite song from Simon Titley.

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