A police station is to open in a post office in an in-store chemist in a supermarket in a hypermall in a new development in the Midlands somewhere.
The part time police station will operate in a mostly small post office for stamps not driving licences, in a chemist where well they do glasses and prescriptions and that. And expensive make up. In a supermarket, yeah?
So if you needed a police station you'd have to go to a post office in a chemist in a Asda or Tescos, can't remember which. In a hypermall which is supposed to be opening soon, near the motorway, so they say.
So if you needed to phone the police station you'd have to phone Asdas and ask to be put through to Boots and they'd put you through to the post office and they'd put you through to the police. Of course, if it was a murder then you'd ring 999. Or rape.
But say you'd left your umbrella in the police station in the post office in the chemist in the supermarket? And you wanted to phone and say can you keep it till Tuesday. Well it would be probably be easier just to go. Buy some stamps while you were there.
Hey and if the chemist closed suddenly, everyone in the police station and the post office would be trapped. Unless you were already being like held in the police station, for a alleged crime. Then you couldn't get out even when everyone else got out when the chemist opened again. All the same, it looks as if it hasn't been thought through, properly. Or it's the new Ben Elton sitcom, or something.