When an abusive circus balloon show is going on in your neighborhood, the best option is to call the police.
But sometimes that’s not an option.
The police don’t have the power to arrest balloons, and they can’t tell a balloon show to stop.
The balloon show, it turns out, doesn’t care.
“The balloons are going on the air and the police are there,” said Mike Hagerty, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Delaware who has studied the balloon circus.
“They are not going to arrest you.”
The balloon circus is one of several American-based circuses that are based in the United Kingdom.
It’s illegal in most U.S. states.
In the U.K., there are at least two major circuses, but the main ones are the London and London Circus, which are based at the Royal Shakespeare Company and run in the City of London.
The Royal Shakespeare Circus, based in London, has had several shows that have been banned in the U of L, including one in 2012 in which a man got a head injury from flying the balloon in the air.
A similar incident happened in the summer of 2013, when an employee of the Royal Circus was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and criminal trespass.
He was released without bail.
But the most recent arrest was made on Monday in the city of Leeds, England, where an employee at a balloon park was arrested for allegedly assaulting another employee with a baseball bat.
The employee had been working for the British company that runs the balloon show.
The incident occurred on Aug. 28.
The British government has banned the show since May, but it’s unclear if the company will be allowed to return to the U, which is home to a number of other circuses.
The company, called the Balloon Festival, is run by the London Circus.
The balloons are flying from London to Coventry, England and are also sold in the local supermarket.
Hagertty says the circus in the UK is one the most extreme examples of an American-style circus, where people get hurt or die during the show.
It has become increasingly difficult for the police to enforce the ban because of the legal loophole.
The circus’ name is a play on the word circus, meaning “dangerous circus.”
In the past, people would wear masks and walk through a dangerous area, but now the balloons are in full view.
The U.N. says it has identified thousands of balloons on the street.
In some cases, people are throwing them into crowds of people, Hagery said.
People get into fights over the balloons.
Hilariously, a woman in a balloon suit has been arrested in the past for trying to take one of the balloons to her mother, who was in the hospital when she died.
The woman was arrested after police found the balloon outside her home, and she was charged with possession of an offensive weapon, which carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.
The Metropolitan Police declined to comment.
“You don’t know how long it’s going to take them to get their hands on it,” Hagerts said.
Hagers is one researcher who has researched the U and U.L. balloons, including the Royal, and the fact that the U balloon shows are banned in both countries.
Hangerty said he doesn’t think the U shows have the same problems with people getting hurt as in the other U and L balloons.
“It’s a lot more dangerous than the balloons,” he said.
The most recent incident, Hangertty said, happened on Aug, 28, 2013, but he says the police were able to arrest the woman.
Hargety says he hasn’t seen any other cases like that in the last decade.
“We’ve never seen any evidence of any injury to people involved in the balloon shows,” Hargey said of the balloon incidents.
The other two U and LA balloon shows have been allowed to continue in the same venues and locations in the area.
However, the Royal and the London shows will have to be relocated, according to the Royal Society of London, which has also said that it is considering legal action.
“While the Royal is happy that its balloons are free to continue operating as usual, we will now be considering legal options to ensure they continue operating at their current venue and locations,” the society said in a statement.
The group is also asking the government to make balloon production legal in the British Isles, including Scotland.
“Since the Royal’s balloons are produced in the Scottish area, we hope to be able to use these as a platform to raise awareness of the plight of balloon-related injuries and deaths in the country,” the statement read.
Hanging balloons in the sky is not a new phenomenon.
“I’ve seen it before,” said David Williams, a balloon artist from Pennsylvania who lives in Boston.
He said he’s seen people in the back of a car throwing balloons into crowds. “Some of