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Posted:Has anyone had any problems carrying their sticks around?
They must be classed as offensive weapons, but obviously we do have a good a perfectly honest reason for having them with us.
I can remember a friend was once coming out of Camden station when the police arrested him for lewd behaviour. Only joking... they almost arrested him and confiscated his stick as they deemed it an "offensive weapon". It took him 30 minutes to argue and prove the police wrong.
What I dont understand is why would anyone have a weapon with lovely big padded wicking on each end though....
Has anyone else had any hassle with sticks in regards to the police?