..and the problem with running onboard cameras.
How to get pulled over...
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It sounds like he might have been let off in the end, having endured the usual grilling. I thought the bit about, "Give me your licence!", "Its in my tail," was dangerous ground!
Lol! - yes, I see what you mean...
Cop did seem to be a bit of a 'drama-lama'.. It's a bit concerning that folk like that get to carry guns!
is a dick
Definitely a massive dick
And British traffic cops are just as bad !
Not a bad encounter
with a cop - the rider was not beaten, tazed, or shot.
"the rider was not beaten, tazed, or shot"
Well, put like that.............result
The cop's still a knob jockey tho.
Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit
Wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad
They would be doing me for more
than excessive speed, the officer would need A & E to extract his onboard camera from his nostrils
Both the rider and the cop were being twats.
Am I the only
person who thought the cop was amusing? I've encountered far more obnoxious members of the constabulary in this country.....
I thought he was funny as feck!
How are you meant to be 'evading' a cop, when he's not after you?!!!!!
If it ain't fun, don't do it
"the officer would need A & E to extract his onboard camera from his nostrils"
Even see what a 130-grain, jacketed hollow-point .357 Magnum round at 1300 fps will do to soft tissue? Attack a cop in the US, and you just might. Here when cops shoot people, they generally get put on "administrative leave", which means they get to sit at home and collect full pay.
both cop and
the rider are twonks but at least the rider admitted it. Its funny when the cop blames the rider for him nearly being killed. presumably the cop also nearly killed someone else then. Careless driving on blues is still careless driving