“It’s a stitch up,” he complains,  “I never seen those goods in my life before, as God’s my witness. Someone’s ‘aving a lawrf.”

But no-one laughs, least of all, the dour faced beak on the bench who deems his crime worthy of incarceration.

The detective smiles. He was a tailor, before.

 

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