So you are staggering back from the Pub and come face to face with a Lion

  zzzz999 27 Aug 12
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A possible scenario in Essex as police attempt to capture what they believe is a Lion roaming wild.

Sorry I am late back from the pub dear but I had to hide from a lion.

I wonder if the police will also find a Witch and a Wardrobe?

  zzzz999 27 Aug 12

with a fake tan, hair extensions and false nails. It is Essex after all :-)

  Brumas 27 Aug 12

fourm member, I'd be inclined to leave it far Mac to sort out, far more qualified than I ;o}

  Quickbeam 27 Aug 12

But there's no mountains in Essex.

  Quickbeam 27 Aug 12

...and it used to be pink elephants on the way back from the pub.

  SimpleSimon1 27 Aug 12

Well, it's a lion and Essex...as Rick'scafe suggested, surely, the first places to check are all the nail bars

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 27 Aug 12

I bet these are dong a roaring trade at the moment :0)

  chub_tor 27 Aug 12

Ooh, Chelmsford, how I miss thee..... did my apprenticeship with Marconi Wireless & Telegraph Co. there back in the late '50s. Don't recall The Lion at Boreham though, but spent many wasted hours at The Cherry Tree and The Dotted Spog!

  Forum Editor 28 Aug 12

The truth has dawned in Essex.

A police spokesman said: "We believe what was seen on Sunday evening was either a large domestic cat or a wildcat.

  Condom 28 Aug 12

FE

I don't think there are any true wildcats in Essex either unless you count the WAG's

  zzzz999 28 Aug 12

So its no longer a lion instead its become a red herring

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