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Queensland police weren't digging the Dancing Queen

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03.04.2019

Picture this: a group of 13 and 14-year-old girls dressed in 70 and 80s gear are bopping on a Brisbane verandah last Saturday night when they get a surprise visit.

It’s two officers in police uniform. No, it’s not the Village People. It’s the Queensland Police Service on noise patrol, just before 8pm in inner Brisbane on a Saturday.

There were lollies but no liquor.Credit:Simon Schluter

They demand the homeowner produce 100 points of identification and decline his request to discuss the complaint away from the girls who can’t help but stare at the interruption to their wonderful and innocent teenage night out.

There’s no boys. No alcohol. No drugs. No swearing. No fighting. No hooning. Not a single smashed glass.

There’s certainly sugar. Lollies. Cake. Soft drink. Along with party pies and pizza. And enough Abba to make their mothers smile.

Pick-up time is only 30 minutes away and after Dancing Queen it’s........

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