Apparently a guy in Europe was fined $280 000 for a speeding infringment recently.
In his country of residence, speeding fines are linked to how much money you earn. Unluckily for this guy he was a millionare, and the fine represents a percentage of his income.
Hows that for a
And people here think they got it bad with a coulple hundred dollars
When my Brain starts working again, ill post which counrty it was
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Repost, this happened about this time last year, and the man is question was a financial officer of a company in finland I think. For some reason (read tax dodge), the company "loaned" him a large amount of money at tax census date. After the census date, the money was transfered back to the company. However a few months later, so the story goes, he got nicked for high speed, and they based the fine on his net worth at census date
roflmfao: im so glad they do that there,bring it to australia i say....
geez what a F'd up law system they must have..roflmfao..
cars are a lethal weapon,your not invinsible when you get into one,and no matter how much skill you think you have,you are never in control you are always on the edge of death it may not happen today but if you keep driving like you do,you too will end up dead!
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