what about the policeman who was let off for
driving 160 mph down the motorway,,if that was me or you it would mean a instant ban straight away .it just shows you one law for them and another for us,,,
Started: 26th Aug 2006 at 04:23
was he working?
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 07:18
good question red!
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 10:45
The guy was off-duty.
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 10:49
Off Duty they should treat him same as anyone else
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 10:59
He should lose his job!
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 11:03
Be strung up by his Hollyhox..
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 11:09
thats terrible I thought if he was going to a incident it wouldn`t be so bad.
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 11:25
He was testing his car to get familiar with it (he said)
may need him one day if you were getting beat up in king st and he was in London lol
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 19:36
If a member of the public was caught doing that speed it would be a jail sentence, never mind a ban. However, there are times and places. I consider 30 m.p.h. to be excessive speed when going past a primary school at 3.30 in the afternoon, and I wouldn't do it. Likewise, I think it is O.K. to do 162 m.p.h. on a Yamaha R1, along the Rainford by-pass, coming back from Southport at 9 p.m. when it is empty, because you can and you understand that the risk is yours.
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 19:53