Cops too busy eating donuts to protect police stations

Police in Western Australia are considering placing security guards at Perth police stations after two cars of police officers were torched in the compound of a police station. I know. All the cops must have been busy eating donuts at the tome.

Apparently Western Australian police are “under siege” following a similar attack on another police station when a utility vehicle was driven to the station’s doors and set alight, causing extensive damage.

The police called 911 (000 in Australia) but after realizing that they had to answer the call themselves, and because Spiderman wasn’t available they are considering the option of putting private security guards at police stations.

Apparently Western Australian Police Commissioner, Karl O’Callaghan is unfamiliar with the concept of irony.

“We might have to place security guards or something like that,” Mr O’Callaghan said.

The second firebombing had sparked concerns among officers for their safety at work.

“I’m concerned about any threat on police, obviously my first concern is for the officers, to make sure they are safe and we will be looking at security as a matter of priority,” Mr O’Callaghan said.

Once the police stations are properly guarded, the cops can go back to eating donuts in peace. I think Karl O’Callaghan may be police chief Wiggum in disguise, just not a very good disguise.