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Old 27 April 2010, 16:56   #11
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Think biggest piss take for me was when i was driving a large truck with a ex offshore rib on the back on the m62 motorway way back in the early 1980s ,,road really quiet,trundeling on not speeding when a police car comes past me,,, pulls in front,,,slows down and the blue lights go on ,i pulls into the hard shoulder and waits wondering whats wrong expecting the boats sliding off the back or something when they drive off ,this happens 2 more times when on the 3 i ran up to the police car and say whats wrong ,,they just said oh no problems were training this new guy ,,

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Old 27 April 2010, 18:28   #12
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Originally Posted by Jizm View Post
I did drive off once when I was younger, kept getting stopped all the time with no good reason, in the the end I got annoyed and ignored the blue lights, they boxed me in with cars and a bike thrown in for good measure. Rifled through the car, went mental because I didn't stop etc....then let me go and never did charge me with anything......
Didn't get stopped again for years.
Come on jiz, you do look like you've stolen it! what ever it is your driving.
even your work mates questioned your new car....

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