The problem with these 'Sun' newspaper type headline-reports, is that you do not usually get the full story.
Thanks for the link, I also heard the report on BBC R5, but I still say that we may well have not heard the full story.
What about blinking?!When I'm driving along and a sneeze is brewing, I always whip out a tissue or a hanky to catch the impending aftermath.....does this mean I should pull over on the motorway before I sneeze and blow my nose? I'm definately not in full control when I sneeze as my eyes are shut
LinkyIn June last year, Stewart Smith was issued with a fixed penalty notice by the same police officer when he dropped a £10 note in the street.
The officer believed the Dalrymple man was littering. But Stewart said he simply missed his back pocket and dropped it by accident.
The cop who handed out the ticket was PC Stuart Gray - dubbed PC Shiny Buttons for his zealous approach to the job.He was exposed last year after he issued a £50 fixed penalty to a man who accidentally dropped a £10 note in the street.
What are you suggesting he was doing with a wad of tissues in his hand then?
A man in OZ crashed his car whilst pleasuring himself on a long journey....You might laugh but I've actually dealt with someone for something similar.
This reminds of an incident which happened to my brother - this may actually belong in the embarrassing incidents thread but anyway.When I'm driving along and a sneeze is brewing, I always whip out a tissue or a hanky to catch the impending aftermath.....does this mean I should pull over on the motorway before I sneeze and blow my nose? I'm definately not in full control when I sneeze as my eyes are shut
Here in Western Australia, last year it was made illegal to smoke in a car with kids in - but the police have said they won't enforce it as they have better things to worry about. Hmmm interesting dilemma.Yet it's OK to fumble around for a packet of silk cut, light it with a red hot coil & drive around with a mini fire hazard in your hand, in a smoke filled car, with a couple of kids in the back.