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Police Ten 7 (Always Blow on the Pie) Television (Excerpts) – 2009 Reality TV

Police Ten 7 (Always Blow on the Pie)

Television (Excerpts) – 2009 Reality TV

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It was the food safety advice that echoed across the globe. The late night footage of an Auckland policeman interrogating a suspected car thief on this long-running crime series seemed routine, until conversation shifted to the purchase of a pie at a local service station. The officer's deadpanned response came straight out of left field — and went viral (interestingly, only after a repeat screening of the show was posted online). The 'nek minnit' catchphrase of its day provided global news odd spot fodder, and inspired t-shirts, dubstep tracks and YouTube parodies.

Key Cast & Crew

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Les Dawson

Camera, Director

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Sarah-Luise Whatford


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Graham Bell


As a policeman if we can make people laugh then great because in reality what we do isn't funny. I was speaking to a chap we had been looking for, I was making up conversation, using a bit of humour. Unfortunately, he didn't get it.
– Sergeant Guy Baldwin