22 February, 2007

Work smarter, not harder

In the imortal words of Jimbo Jones "Videotaping this crime spree is the best idea we ever had!"

In a world of ever increasing traffic density we must all look to new technology to ease the burden. People like Jeremy Parrott 37, of Burnham on Sea, Somerset are leading the way. Jezza was questioned by officers after posting footage on YouTube that showed him apparently reaching speeds of up to 100mph on his Yamaha R1 past the local primary school.

Mr Parrott deserves a special mention as his auteur skills meant he not only framed the speedo nice and big, but he started and finished his little trip from home, allowing plod to track him down with very little of their oh so famous footwork.

All the way from the antipodes 22 year old Maurice John is embracing Web2.0 to cleanse the streets of dimwits. When the Melbourne force found his Nissan 200SX to be un-roadworthy they generously gave him an hour to take his wheels home rather than get a tow.

Spurning such generosity Maurice removed his ticket and 'rocked all night' the words he used when bragging about his exploits in a web chatroom later. When OzPlod caught up with him shortly thereafter they naturally found a whole heap of other infractions and duly the book was thrown.

Hopefully the trend for chavs to self publicise their idiocy will continue, and we can clear the streets with even less effort - perhaps a range of Max Power neon underlighters that illuminate when a car is untaxed? £50 to you squire, yes they do fit a Saxo.

2 Step to the white courtesy phone:

Blogger Ghone shout your mess

One assumes that you tried to find the footage? Would be great to see his stupid antics!

February 25, 2007 11:36 pm

Blogger Chris shout your mess

They pulled it off YouTube sharpish, however it's a drop in the ocean, search for motorcycle and you'll get hundreds of similar clips of dimwits riding their luck.

There appears to be some sort of inverse correlation between intelligence and taste for self publicity.

BTW my new bike is stealthy black and I wear black and white leathers and a plain black lid, hmmmmm.

February 26, 2007 7:22 am


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