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The driver brags to overtake the police car and dodge the ticket


The boastful Ford Focus driver overtakes the police car at 102 miles an hour and then goes online to boast of evading a ticket claiming to be scared

  • Paul Dyer raced past the BMW in Plymouth at 85 mph in his orange Ford Focus ST
  • The 55-year-old then accelerated to Volkswagen Polo and reached 102 miles an hour
  • The accountant was quickly pulled to the shoulder by officials of the BMW X6
  • But Dyer said he only drove fast because he was afraid when they retired

Paul Dyer (pictured) raced past the unmarked BMW X6 in his orange Ford Focus ST at 85 mph on the A38 near Plymouth, Devon

A boastful driver raced past a police car and then bragged about how he avoided an online ticket.

Paul Dyer said he had overtaken the unmarked BMW X6 in his orange Ford Focus ST at 85 mph on the A38 near Plymouth, Devon.

The 55-year-old then claimed that he had accelerated around a red Volkswagen Polo and reached speeds of up to 150 km / h.

The officials quickly pulled the accountant over, but he told them he was only going so fast because he was "scared when they retreated behind him".

The policeman asked Dyer – whose car is worth around £ 25,000 – to reduce his speed to 100 km / h, which was covered by another flood of excuses, for example that he had just got the car and had not for 23 years had driven more.

He asked the racer if he needed to get a ticket to remind him of the speed limit, to which Dyer said "no".

When the traffic cop went back to his vehicle, Dyer said, "Next time, put on your blues for me."

He uploaded dashcam footage of the June 27 incident to his social media headline: "Yeah, I sound like an ass, but I didn't get a ticket for Probs at a speed of 102 miles an hour to get. I'm lucky. & # 39;

But the users scolded the driver because of his speed limit with a lettering: “Just be a man and respect the guy who does his job.

“You accelerated, he caught you. That is why if you try to convince him that it is his fault for the acceleration, you will get the biggest award for 2020. & # 39;

Dyer replied: & # 39; It was a fair cop and a fair copper. I was scared at the time and shocked that in this new car I had to get used to, he didn't seem to be more than a meter from my bump, which is scary for everyone.

He added, "If he had turned his lights on something else, as you can guess."

Another person commented, “I would have given you a ticket just to chat with you and blame him for speeding up.

The 55-year-old (shown by car) then accelerated past a red Volkswagen Polo and reached speeds of up to 150 km / h

The 55-year-old (shown by car) then accelerated past a red Volkswagen Polo and reached speeds of up to 150 km / h

“Everyone race, if you get caught, hold your hands up and don't try to waffle out. Don't respect an officer who caught you accelerating and let go.

"Or you just look like a tearful clown on the internet – what you did."

He added: “Other people have realized how terrifying this video is.

"Yes, I've been stopped for speeding before. No, I didn't try to find excuses and literally chat without wasting their time. & # 39;

Dyer replied: & # 39; I know I talked s ** t and it's terrifying, my performance, but no, I don't blame the copper, it was very fair, just wanted to get this Janner over with and deal with it .

“It wasn't the first time I was pulled for speeding, but that was a long time ago. I don't want to either.

"Maybe my hysterical speech saved me some money. In this case it was worth it."

The officials quickly pulled the accountant over, but he told them he was only going so fast because he was "scared when they retreated behind him".

The officials quickly pulled the accountant over, but he told them he was only going so fast because he was "scared when they retreated behind him".

A Janner means a person from Devon, especially the historic seaport of Plymouth.

The Devon and Cornwall police said the officers had no time to use the speed detection equipment in the car, so they could only give "advice".

A Devon and Cornwall police spokesman said, "In this case, the vehicle in question accelerated to an apparently high speed for a very short period of time, which was not sufficient for police officers to use speed detection equipment to track under speeding .

& # 39; The video seems to show how one of our officers reacts appropriately and the driver has a clear choice. Hold yourself to the limit or explain your actions to a judge.

“Our officials decided to stop the driver and give advice. Despite the suggestion in a social media post, the video shows no sure way not to be prosecuted in the future if you are questioned by an official about the speed or type of your driving. & # 39;

Dyer declined to comment on the incident and said it was now "history" for him.

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