DETECTIVE 1: Whats the story ?
DETECTIVE 2: One body by the side of the road. Injuries consistent for a hit and run
DETECTIVE 1: Well technically It's a hit and drive away
DETECTIVE 2: I've had a good look at the crime scene, and believe it or not, I think technically It's a hit and run
DETECTIVE 1: I don't follow you, what are you getting at?
DETECTIVE 2: I couldn't help notice a few things that convince me of this. Firstly look at the body
DETECTIVE 1: It's flat as a pancake. You could bring him home and slide him under his door.
DETECTIVE 2: You could I suppose if you didn't want to break the news to his next of kin. Also notice the absence of tyre marks. That suggests it had to be a steamroller, but surely its easy to avoid something with a top speed of ten kilometers a hour
DETECTIVE 1: A souped up steamroller sounds a bit far fetched
DETECTIVE 2: I thought so too. Then I noticed footprints, bare footprints, and that got me thinking. It was then I found this the most damming evidence of all. ( POINTS )
DETECTIVE 1: What am I suppose to be looking at?
DETECTIVE 2: That pile of droppings in front of you
DETECTIVE 1: I'm not a expert, but the only creature that could have left that is a Elephant and a bloody big one with a eating disorder. Escaped Elephant flattens man, then rolls on him for good measure, and runs off. So technically It's a hit and run
DETECTIVE 2: No, that is not the case. We checked the droppings, and they are the work of a Dinosaur, which of course from a police point of view make it a easily solvable case.
DETECTIVE 1: Our old friend Mr Flintstone, when is he going to leave that stone age nonsense behind him.