Acronym: People Impersonating Kind Energetic Youths
The Government has been aware for some time now that there are a growing number of young travelling folk that have been committing crimes at random. These crimes are often aimed at the hard working people of the country and usually involve theft or fraud. Usually the perpetrator seems to be a nice, keen young person who seems totally trustworthy at first. However, the Government is also aware that they are a minority amongst their people and is reluctant to encourage any form of racism against the communities of the travelling folk.
With this sensitive issue in mind, it has been decided that the people need to be warned against this particular element within the travelling society without offending the community at large and not allowing any stigmatism to the travelling folk. So Police forces across the land have been told to look out for PIKEY’s and arrest them if they are in any doubt about their intentions. Public information films and poster campaigns will be launched to advise people how to recognise a PIKEY and what to do if they suspect there are any PIKEY’s in their area. There is even speculation that new laws will be made to enable property owners to protect their property “how they feel fit” if they catch PIKEY’s on their land.
Farmer: "I got some of them nice travelling folk in one of my fields last year"
Other Farmer: "There wasn't any of them PIKEY's amongst em' was there"?
Farmer: "I didn't think so at first, they all seemed to be nice C.U.N.T.'s or TWATS. But one night I caught two of the young lads from them nicking stuff from my barn".
Other Farmer: "what did you do"?
Farmer: "Oh, I just shot the fuckers. It's legal now. The Police were ok with it and the travelling folk were glad to have them out of there group too. 'Gives us a bad name' they said"!