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The one thing you should never say to a traffic cop

The BMW was pulled over at Glenugie on Sunday.
The BMW was pulled over at Glenugie on Sunday. Paul Donaldson

POLICE attached to Grafton Highway Patrol have pulled over a Maroon BMW bearing Queensland registration plates after clocking the driver at speeds of up to 193km/hr in a 100km/hr speed zone.

According to Police, the 24 year-old male driver from Sippy Downs, Queensland was travelling south on Sunday when he was pulled over at approximately 7:30pm on the Pacific Highway, Glenugie.

The BMW was pulled over at Glenugie
The BMW was pulled over at Glenugie Highway Patrol

Upon speaking with police in relation to his speed, the driver replied, "I thought I was doing about 210".

The driver was issued with a Traffic Infringement Notice for Class A motor vehicle exceed speed limit by more than 45kph - $2384 and his privileges to drive in the state of New South Wales were withdrawn for a period of six (6) months.

Topics:  highway patrol speeding


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