TO THE RESCUE: David Sim-Aitchison County, 41, took the rap
when he and his girlfriend were found with drugs.
stores The Crown dropped charges against the pair after two gang members took the rap
Winger Martin was one of the kids who took the rap
for the shocking Carling Cup defeat by Coventry and now Holloway has asked for him on loan with a view to a full-time switch.
It's about time the Government took the rap
for this chaos instead of blaming everyone else.
And, just as in EastEnders when Derek took the rap
for cannabis-growing Martin, Maz refuses to own up to save Jack.
soldiers slaughtered as many as 350 unarmed Vietnamese civilians, was a scapegoat who--though certainly guilty of perpetrating a heinous atrocity--also took the rap
for Henry Kissinger, Richard Nixon, and a military command that waged total war on the population of Vietnam.
Father-of-two Mr Greenwood, of Billingham, said he originally took the rap
to protect the firm's contract with the club, but that since he was laid off through lack of work, and as he did not want to do continental trips, he had found jobs hard to come by as prospective employers thought he had caused the damage.
Anthrobus took the rap
for the goal by defender Karl Ready that gave Rangers their first win in 10 games.
es " Glenavon player boss Gary Hamilton dropped himself to the bench after last week's defeat to Distillery but replaced flu victim Mark Farren at half-time.r o flu "I took the rap
for last week but I demanded a response and this is more than I could have wished for," he said.
Palermo coach Delio Rossi took the rap
for the result.