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Old 17.05.2007, 18:03
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Possibly the strangest traffic offence ever

This guy in Spain who is 95% disabled was stopped by police on a motorway in his motorised bed. He took a wrong turn in search of a brothel. I can't believe it's true.

http://www.typicallyspanish.com/news...le_10356.shtml
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This guy in Spain who is 95% disabled was stopped by police on a motorway in his motorised bed. He took a wrong turn in search of a brothel. I can't believe it's true.

Possibly the strangest traffic offence ever in Spain
Brilliant !!

Most of the comments about it were spot on as well!

Thanks for sharing that.....

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Old 22.06.2007, 15:28
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Re: Possibly the strangest traffic offence ever

Maybe not quite as strange, but this spaghetti eating lorry driver will be "enjoying" prison food for 8 weeks

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/6764859.stm

and the Spanish guy, surprised no-one made any comments about what 5% of him is still working...
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Re: Possibly the strangest traffic offence ever

Amazing!! I love how Antonio's main complaint is that the signs should be improved on the roundabout!
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Old 04.02.2011, 23:20
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Re: Possibly the strangest traffic offence ever

And lower down there is
Spanish Bishops compare civil marriage to a phone company contract
The Bishops' Spokesman said it's easier to end a marriage contract than the contract with Telefónica....
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Amazing!! I love how Antonio's main complaint is that the signs should be improved on the roundabout!
I thought it was hilarious as well. Good on him really.
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Re: Possibly the strangest traffic offence ever

And another strange traffic offence - speeding and posting the results on Facebook. [Swiss Police]hmm, might be an idea[/Swiss Police]

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The Acre Traffic Court on Sunday made a precedential ruling to strip a driver of his license after the defendant was filmed speeding down the coastal highway and posted the evidence on Facebook.

The defendant was charged in October 2010 for negligent driving at an unreasonable speed – 260 km/hr - and of endangering public life as a result. His license will be revoked until all legal proceedings against him are complete.
http://www.haaretz.com/news/national...ebook-1.341661
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