Police tractor in humberside

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Police tractor in humberside

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Watch out fellow bikers the filth have stooped even lower
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Makes you wonder what planet these people are from
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They could at least be marked up like Suffolk Police tractors

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They couldn't stoop much lower. At least they can't give chase
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Now that's naughty in Humberside ...bad show what ...sneekin about with speed guns
but down in Suffolk there be a different life in the country and a different
Sort of Policing to be done on em farms with yews , rams ,pigs and goats
thefts of farm diesel and crops and persons to be watched out fer :sheep shagger:
I guess the cops have to quick over the farm when they see something
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Ok, I know we're not meant to speed, or ride well over the limit. But surely to Christ having a speed camera in a horsebox towed by a 4x4....or a camera and copper sitting in a tractor at the side of the road....that HAS to be classed as entrapment, and cannot be legal?

If I ever see Grampian Police placing coppers into parked up tractors or horseboxes, I can assure you I'll be in Court (and probably Prison) before the ink is dry on my speeding ticket. I won't take it lightly if I pass an unsuspecting tractor in a field, and then 2 miles later get pulled by a marked car. I'd be tempted to ride back to the tractor and haul the bugger out of it. If they're gonna book me, then book me for something worthwhile.

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Take it they'll now be putting pig sh1t on the roads ,just like the farmers with cow sh1t
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Wicky wrote:They could at least be marked up like Suffolk Police tractors

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ha-ha I,ve seen that thing going into suffok police headquarters at martlesham. I think they done it as something to do with rural crime.

we got plenty of "rural" round here.
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TheGingerBeardMan wrote:Ok, I know we're not meant to speed, or ride well over the limit. But surely to Christ having a speed camera in a horsebox towed by a 4x4....or a camera and copper sitting in a tractor at the side of the road....that HAS to be classed as entrapment, and cannot be legal?

If I ever see Grampian Police placing coppers into parked up tractors or horseboxes, I can assure you I'll be in Court (and probably Prison) before the ink is dry on my speeding ticket. I won't take it lightly if I pass an unsuspecting tractor in a field, and then 2 miles later get pulled by a marked car. I'd be tempted to ride back to the tractor and haul the bugger out of it. If they're gonna book me, then book me for something worthwhile.

It's just not on. :evil:
Entrapment was my immediate thought also :?
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its not entrapment just sneaky ..
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It's well naughty,mostly round a cafe called seaways where hundreds of bikes call in me included ,Humberside are well known for unmarked bikes pushing you on and cars ,best laugh was when one was on my tail slowed to limit so I could see the bike ,followed me for couple of miles trying to piss me off but he didn't reckon on the vtr,s engine breaking as I shut off he sped past next thing he,s got a vtr up his butt accelerating then braking didn't like that one little bit nearly fell off laughing ,juggler
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That's outrageous. I'm not sure if entrapment is considered illegal over here. Isn't that an American thing. Did the gingerman get knocked up...I mean locked up by one.
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alanfjones1411 wrote:They couldn't stoop much lower. At least they can't give chase
they can across fields
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