The Emperor Mongs Pronouncements

" go on , protest in the dark on a motorway then they'll take notice "

A little disingenuous, old chap. The motorway was actually shut at the time.
 
" go on , protest in the dark on a motorway then they'll take notice "

Notice that they don't mention that the driver was African American.

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Joshua Slocum

LE
Book Reviewer
The Emperor has opened a franchise in Essex
he whispers to some young gobby yobs, show the crowd how well you can drive, pull a few cunning stunts for the geezers and video it
what could possibly go wrong
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MWAAAAAH
Essex Police

On the evening of June 23 2019, a group of irresponsible drivers decided to use Stephenson Road on the Gorse Lane industrial estate in #Clacton as a race track.

A thorough investigation led to 20 of those drivers being prosecuted for offences relating to street racing, no insurance, careless driving and other matters. All but one of these drivers were dealt with together at Colchester Magistrates’ Court on 17 January 2020, receiving a total of 302 months (over 25 years) of driving bans between them plus fines and costs totalling £8,997.

The final driver, Lee O’Brien, 18, of Holland Road in Clacton was prosecuted separately due to charges of dangerous driving in addition to the racing and no insurance offences he had also committed.
Following a trial in January this year, O'Brien was found guilty of all offences.
Last Wednesday, 1 July, O’Brien was handed 12 months disqualification from driving with an extended retest being required after that period before he can drive again. He was also sentenced to a 12 month community order with 10 days rehabilitation activity requirement as well as participation in the court mandated Thinking Skills program.
Investigating officer, Sgt Willsher from Chigwell Road Policing Unit, said “this driver put not only himself at risk but numerous others by driving up and down the road with people on his roof, then allowing others to drive whilst he sat on the bonnet. He then took part in the subsequent racing, which all insurance policies specifically exclude from cover for obvious reasons.
“At one point a man on the roof of his car almost lost grip as the car turned a corner, with his legs and lower body swinging out. Had he fallen under the wheels, the outcome could have been tragic for his loved ones.
“These 20 young drivers all face lengthy periods of being banned from driving and O’Brien will have to pass a difficult extended driving test to get his licence back. It is only luck that nobody was seriously hurt during this event, as has been seen in other parts of the country when car meets such as these go wrong and end in serious injuries or worse.
“We will not tolerate racing on our roads and I’m glad the courts have reinforced this message”.
 
The Emperor has opened a franchise in Essex
he whispers to some young gobby yobs, show the crowd how well you can drive, pull a few cunning stunts for the geezers and video it
what could possibly go wrong
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MWAAAAAH
Essex Police

On the evening of June 23 2019, a group of irresponsible drivers decided to use Stephenson Road on the Gorse Lane industrial estate in #Clacton as a race track.

A thorough investigation led to 20 of those drivers being prosecuted for offences relating to street racing, no insurance, careless driving and other matters. All but one of these drivers were dealt with together at Colchester Magistrates’ Court on 17 January 2020, receiving a total of 302 months (over 25 years) of driving bans between them plus fines and costs totalling £8,997.

The final driver, Lee O’Brien, 18, of Holland Road in Clacton was prosecuted separately due to charges of dangerous driving in addition to the racing and no insurance offences he had also committed.
Following a trial in January this year, O'Brien was found guilty of all offences.
Last Wednesday, 1 July, O’Brien was handed 12 months disqualification from driving with an extended retest being required after that period before he can drive again. He was also sentenced to a 12 month community order with 10 days rehabilitation activity requirement as well as participation in the court mandated Thinking Skills program.
Investigating officer, Sgt Willsher from Chigwell Road Policing Unit, said “this driver put not only himself at risk but numerous others by driving up and down the road with people on his roof, then allowing others to drive whilst he sat on the bonnet. He then took part in the subsequent racing, which all insurance policies specifically exclude from cover for obvious reasons.
“At one point a man on the roof of his car almost lost grip as the car turned a corner, with his legs and lower body swinging out. Had he fallen under the wheels, the outcome could have been tragic for his loved ones.
“These 20 young drivers all face lengthy periods of being banned from driving and O’Brien will have to pass a difficult extended driving test to get his licence back. It is only luck that nobody was seriously hurt during this event, as has been seen in other parts of the country when car meets such as these go wrong and end in serious injuries or worse.
“We will not tolerate racing on our roads and I’m glad the courts have reinforced this message”.
This post needs a soundtrack of "whoop whoop, da sound of da police"
 

ancienturion

LE
Book Reviewer
OK, you've redeemed yourself temporarily.
Don't let it happen again.

I've updated my post above re the car being white as it was indeed, white.
We should ban all white cars.
In that case it seems it won't be all white then.
 

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