For 31 years, Jean Groves has had a sign on her fence that reads "Our dogs are fed on Jehovah's Witnesses." She says that even Jehovah's Witnesses got a laugh out of it. But Hampshire, England, police weren't laughing when they told Groves to take the sign down. "The police said it was ?distressing and offensive and inappropriate,?" she said. A police spokesman said there had been a complaint. Groves took the sign down, but she put it back up after the police left.
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The officer turned his body camera off, but the incident was still recorded.
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