Take the Law into Your Own Hands
Ullo, ullo, ullo, what have we got ‘ere then?
It’s a saucy hen night police theme of course, about to take the law into its own hands and get thoroughly drunk and disorderly.
The provocative policewoman is a notoriously sexy costume, making it perfect for a hen night (amongst other things). And let’s be honest - it’s a little bit bondage. There are enough S&M influences to spin your own Fifty Shades novel - you’ve got crime and punishment, handcuffs and a baton and you can slur/giggle lines such as ‘are you a parking
ticket? Because you’ve got fine written all over you’ to handsome gentlemen after a few vodka tonics.
Yes, it’s cheeky and silly, but surely the point of a police themed hen night is to be flashing your garter and dealing out ridiculous
retribution. If you were being a proper officer of the law, you’d be saying exceptionally uninspiring lines like ‘sir, are you aware of the speed limit
along this road?’, ‘nothing to see here, please move along’ or ‘madam, are you aware of the reason why I have stopped you?
And to follow the customary hen night tradition, you’ve got to handcuff your bride-to-be to a willing Adonis. It’s practically the law.