Penarth Times: Baying hate mob in a rage over dog turds
There's your culprit - front left, big nose, pretending we haven't seem him.
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Friday, October 30, 2009
Bucks Free Press: Chemist angry over closure threat
How angry is this man? Very angry, according to the Bucks Free Press; and - according to our spotter - we finally have evidence of Vogon infiltration into the pharmaceutical industry.
Spotter: Susan Clarke
Bournemouth Echo: Shopping centre deserted as roadworks block access
A true classic of the "Pointing as the source of my anger" school of press photography. While this is usually reserved for dog turds, potholes or dead rats, the Echo scores extra points for managing an entire shopping arcade in Boscombe.
The Bournemouth Echo - WE SALUTE YOU!
Mindful of the fact that too many angry people on a single webpage may make the internet actually explode, we feel it our duty to expand the remit of these pages to include soothing pictures of Kittens-In-The-News every now and then.
No need to thank us. Just doing our duty.
Bournemouth Echo: Basket of cute, fluffy kittens LEFT TO DIE, don't actually die.
For angry purists, the one at the back looks a bit miffed.
Basildon Echo: Tennants sad at demolition of local hovel
A double first: Our first "Sad rather than angry" and our first angry member of parliament (angry yellow scarf).
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Metro: Fury as naughty pupils locked in cupboard
When I was a kid, they'd stick us in t'coalhole and keep us there for a whole week just for speaking out of turn before flogging us within an inch of our lives. And we were thankful if they spared our lives.
(And a big "Up yours" to the Clacton and Frinton Gazette for not bothering to put pictures on their website)
Spotter: Sally Draper
Penarth Times: Enraged parents not mentioned at all in news report
... but are nevertheless captioned "ANGRY" just to make sure.
Watford Observer: Council bans parents from children's playgrounds
PAEDO-GEDDON strikes Watford - won't anyone think of the children? Anyone apart from the PEDALOS, who think of the children all the time, obviously.
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Stretford Messenger: Fury over felled tree
Tree fellers? You can't fool me, there's five of 'em.
I might also like to say, apropos of nothing, "touching wood".
Spotter: Richard McKeever
Greenwich News Shopper: Woman bitten on bum by toilet rat
A local news classic from 2008. Note the "Su Pollard" stance perfected through years parked in front of repeats of "Hi-De-Hi!".
Spotter: Nigel Lindsay
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
GAAAAAAAH! We've made the press already with a write-up in London's Metro newspaper.
And now, the scowling news.
It's made us so angry, we're now going to have to be photographed pointing angrily at our own press coverage, and this turn of events could actually break the internet.
This also means that we're also going to have to keep doing this site. GAAAAAAH!
Oxford Mail: Old person single-handedly propping up village hall
Classic solo anger from a bloke done up in his finest. Any angrier and he might just explode.
Reading Evening Post: Naked neighbour put me off men. And sausages.
I know what you're thinking. Ronnie Barker's really let himself go.
And dip me in sausage meat and call me Daisy - there's a follow-up
One presumes she is now tentatively nibbling on a saveloy following this outcome.