Swedish Police Stop Car Thieves with a Revolutionary New Tactic
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06-10-2010, 11:12 AM
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Give me a plausible explanation to the lack of damage to the front of the police car and the Ford Focus that seems capable of warp travel and I'd gladly take my own medicine...
I don't see why there's the need for a photoshop claim on this one Fusewire. In the first pic, it seems obvious that the view of the Focus is simply blocked by the car in front of the photographer.
In terms of the lack of damage to the police car, the Audi is heading for a ditch just as the police car makes contact with it - the Audi's own momentum, even without the impact of the police car, would probably ensure it ended up on its side. Consequently it would not need a hard impact from the police car to flip it right over. Since it's the bumper of the police car that hits the Audi, the headlights don't smash. It's not clear how bad the damage is to the police car's undercarriage, though in the fifth photo you can clearly see a piece of metal that appears to hang off it, indicating it was the underside rather than the headlights that took the impact.
It might be photoshopped, but on balance I don't think it is - too much hassle for not a lot of benefit.
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