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Hayley Atwell

Yesterday, 02:10 PM

Agent Carter
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Warning: sad thoughts here...really sad

Yesterday, 01:57 PM



Just remember the good times....



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Name the movie screencap

26 March 2015 - 09:51 AM

once it's guessed, somebody can post a new one.





I passed my drug test!

18 March 2015 - 09:16 AM

I'll give you my bacon roll when you take it from my cold, dead hands.

17 March 2015 - 01:25 PM


"I could hear PC Donnelly shouting repeatedly that somebody had swallowed drugs. They were shouting at him 'spit it out.' I took it that he had swallowed some drugs.

"They were trying to get control of Mr Sandeman, but the opinion I formed was that - given his size - he was walking through them and they had little control of him.

"At that stage he seemed incredibly big. He was tall and extremely fat. He seemed to loom at the door. Given the size of him, he did quite literally fill up the space at the door.

"He seemed to fall to the ground. They had problems physically handcuffing him to the rear because he was so big. Officers were trying to get hold of his arms and he literally fell over.

"He was on the ground struggling with police officers. He was shouting and swearing at us and describing that he was trying to eat a bacon roll. He was shouting it was a roll, it wasn't any drugs.

"Given Mr Sandeman's size there was no way we would get his wrists close enough to get a single set of cuffs on. Given how large he was it required a third set."

DS Prudom told the inquiry at Perth Sheriff Court that Sandeman continued to struggle and said: "It was incredibly difficult to move him given his size and weight.

"He was speaking to us all the time. He was telling us he was trying to eat and swallow a bacon roll. He was still resisting us by moving his body.

"He very quickly went from being obstructive to being very passive and then his health deteriorated very, very quickly. Loss of consciousness is what springs to mind.

"I instructed officers to check his vital signs. There was a very quick chain of events and they couldn't find a pulse and went to CPR."

The inquiry was told that two teams of paramedics were called because of the gravity of the situation, but Sandeman was pronounced dead at the scene around 20 minutes later.