Talking about cops it reminds me of once i was driving to swan hill, i was crusing along some nice country roads, maybe a car every 2 or 3 minutes, so not too busy, anyway, an unmarket SS cop car came flying up to a maybe 100km/h cnr, doing at least 200 (yes i do know what 200 looks like), He was breaking so so hard, screeching and squirming, slid onto the wrong side of the rd, nearly going off the corner right behind 2 slower cars. This guy was an absolute fool, and he's probably going to pull someone over whos doing 112km/h and tell them they are being dangerous! (he had no lights flashing either, just hooning)
If he tried to pull me over, I'd report him for sure (but as if they'd believe me) or maybe a bit of blackmail would be in order!
lets get sideways!!!
Originally posted by laminge We as the public should be able to report them!:oo1:
You can. Get the licence plate details, time of incident, location and call the local cop shop (in cities there is a number you can ring). If you demand action on the matter then they have to report back to you with the outcome..
I agree, I think we have all seen disgracefull driving from police. Things that us normal folk would loose our licence over. I don't mind if they were in a rush for an emergencey, but alot of the incidents I've seen there seemed no other reason than they just want to hoon because they can.
Having said that, who amongst us wouldn't be tempted to put your foot down while driving a tax payers XR8 or SS?
I was talking to a cop who was driving a WRX, I asked why don't we get more? His reply was there are too many fights as it is as every highway patrolman wants to drive one.
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