Ah, those socially progressive Brit-bots... what will they decide to whine about next?
A high-pitched device used to disperse teenagers is being challenged by campaigners, who say it is not a fair way to treat young people.Wouldn't this be the perfect time to chuck in an irrelevant, over the top, racially-charged analogy?
The devices have proved popular with councils and police who use them to disperse groups of youths engaged in anti-social behaviour.
"What type of society uses a low-level sonic weapon on its children? Imagine the outcry if a device was introduced that caused blanket discomfort to people of one race or gender, rather than to our kids," she said.Mission accomplished.