Stop waking up all the olds in Canterbury
Uniformed marshals will be pacing the streets of Canterbury town centre on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights to stop raucous students from disturbing locals.
From September, they’ll patrol from Christ Church all the way to Forty Acres road, there will be no escaping the blokes who’s only job is to put a downer on your BNO.
And to make things even lamer, these marshals aren’t even part of the police force. They’re just glorified street bouncers with no formal power other than the ability to take your name and address (if you can even remember what it is after another classic night at Cuban).
Previously titled the “Safest Uni town in the UK”, Kent is pretty d.e.a.d as it is.
So how much do we really need these blokes in uniform stopping us from shouting about how great our free McDonald’s cheese burger is? Are we really that mental?
Second year student Jonathan said: “It’s a bit excessive, especially given that they can’t actually do anything.”
Although it will make walking home a bit safer, and might stop Canterbury’s bevved bellends from lighting people’s hair on fire in McDonald’s.
Looks like campus watch have got competition.