Not seen this here before. Have to admit to being a little surprised that whilst her insurance company eventually admitted liability the police said the cyclist was in the wrong.
If her claim turns out to be true, she should be punished more heavily, as she should be aware of the consequences of her arrogant actions.No way is she an ex Police Officer.
Rule #1 if you ARE an ex Police Officer or even a serving one, is that if you are stupid enough to get yourself into a situation such as that, you NEVER admit to being a Police Officer, or ever having been one.
An ex Police Officer, even a not very competent one, you would expect to at least know the rules regarding the use of bike lanes!If her claim turns out to be true, she should be punished more heavily, as she should be aware of the consequences of her arrogant actions.
Hes not one of their own. Once you're out the door they wouldn't waste a bucket of piss on you if you caught fire.Surprised that the police don’t protect cyclists or surprised that they protect one of their own? Neither surprises me.
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