Johnson’s London Dictionary: The Met

THE MET (n.) Unarmed organisation of law enforcers, who upon accosting a criminal doth say “stop, or I’ll say stop again”.

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2 thoughts on “Johnson’s London Dictionary: The Met”

  1. There are now 3,800 Met officers permanently armed with pistols and sub-machine guns, and around 8,000 patrol officers armed with Taser stun-guns. They are slowly but surely becoming an armed force.
    Cheers, Pete.


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