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Terrible Driver!

I had to smile at this today, Irish police have finally got a handle on the most reckless driver in the country, a driver who has racked up speeding tickets and parking fines across Republic.

Need for Speed

Today it’s all over.

Everytime the serial offender was stopped Mr Prawo Jazdy gave a different address, evading justice yet again….

“Prawo Jarzdy” is actually Polish for “Driving Licence”, it is not the first and second name on the licence as assumed by many officers!

Creative Commons License photo credit: Kecko

This entry was posted on Thursday, February 19th, 2009 at 5:40 pm and is filed under News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

Comments (6)


  1. Lottie says:

    It’s less funny when you think about the amount of Tax PAyers money they have wasted due to their ineptitude.

    Lotties last blog post..Video Fail

  2. Keiron says:

    This is true, but you have to smile simply for the reason that it happened!

    Sometimes I think mass ineptitude is the best entertainment going – just look at YouTube!

  3. Kashif says:

    I am thinking how much money these cameras are making/saving for the country. Though they might slow down few reckless drivers 🙂

    – Kashif

  4. Keiron says:

    Thats true, but deterrent is a good thing right?

    Please can I refer you to my Comment Policy which requests you use your name and not keywords – as such I’ve changed the name, but left your link.

  5. Zaslony says:

    Kashif – those cameras are not supposed to make money or even work for themselves. They’re there to make people affraid of breaking the law. The same thing with giving tickets – the cops’ salary is probably a lot more expensive than all the tickets combined but at lest people try to respect the limits.

  6. Tom says:

    @Kashif: those cameras are supposed to scare people and make them drive safely. Not make money.

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