Graeme Swann, his cat and drink driving

The cat engineered this situation as revenge for being forced to eat dry food

Another day, another cricket story where all the most important facts are being omitted. Graeme Swann’s defence for being caught driving while slightly under the influence at 3am was that he had to go and get some screwdrivers from Asda because the cat was caught under the floorboards.

So many questions unanswered:

  • Does the cat piss in his kit bag to claim it as its own?
  • Why doesn’t Graeme own any screwdrivers? What does he use to ruin screw heads so that no-one can ever get them out again?
  • Why does he drive a sportscar?
  • What had he been drinking?
  • Has the cat apologised for being an idiot?
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9 Appeals

  1. Is the cat still stuck?

  2. My cat never drinks and drives.She is a dab paw with screw drivers.

  3. Hi

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  4. this is an extraordinary development. either hayley is a real person or a very convincing spambot.

  5. I’m gonna go with spambot. Everyone knows The Ashes are played in Summer….

  6. Yes but no but while we have winter here it will be summer in Australia.

  7. More importantly, are we to see pictures of Graeme Swann’s cat showing indifference to any of the following:

    * cricket
    * Graeme Swann
    * screwdrivers
    * floorboards
    * sports cars
    * traffic cops?

  8. And why would you need a screwdriver if your cat was under the floorboards anyway? The best way to lift floorboards is surely to use a bolster or cold chisel to lift a board from one end, and then a claw hammer as a lever. No screws involved.

  9. Unless of course, the cat has screwed her/himself to the joist .

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