Thames Valley Police: TOP 10 excuses

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Thames Valley Police: TOP 10 excuses

Post by falkor » Wed Sep 07, 2011 6:25 pm

http://policecommunitysupportofficer.com/tvpTOP10.pdf

  • I did not know the road
  • I did not see the signs
  • I did not know cameras were operated in the area
  • I was late
  • I have a clean driving licence
  • I was momentarily distracted
  • It is my first offence
  • The car behind forced me to speed
  • The camera may be faulty
  • The camera operator was at fault
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hey which is your favourite? Mine is I was late :slch2: nice

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Re: Thames Valley Police: TOP 10 excuses

Post by jay1 » Thu Sep 08, 2011 6:30 am

Don't forget the best one i had when i stopped a woman for speeding outside a school

There's a recession on, why are you stopping me?

hmmmmmm

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Re: Thames Valley Police: TOP 10 excuses

Post by Gualsa » Thu Sep 08, 2011 11:06 pm

My mother in law was "driven over" by a tractor in her little sports car. The farmer said : "I usually never see anyone on this road".. :slroll:

I stopped a car whilst enforcing a "no entry" road. The driver said "I am a doctor". I said: "are you seeing a patient on this road?", she said: "No. but I am doctor"?

" I was not talking on my mobile phone, just listening to my voicemail"... I could go on...Working on a rural patch means I get to deal with traffic matters a lot.

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