Highway Patrol – 19 August 2020 – 19/8/2020 – Wednesday – Seven – 7
Taking a Dive
A learner bursts into tears when he’s caught without a fully licensed driver beside him. And if that’s not bad enough, he then follows it up with a full-blown, toddler-like tantrum
Mr Vomit Man
Drunk drivers are all too common but the man Leading Senior Constable Rob Jones pulls over is beyond belief. He’s so off his face, he’s vomited all over his car – and partly down himself
About Highway Patrol
This show is broadcast on Channel Seven.
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About the Seven Network
Channel Seven is an Australian free-to-air commercial network, and is one of the five main free-to-air television networks in Australia.
Some of the most popular shows and programs on Channel Seven are AFL, the Olympics, the Melbourne Cup, Sunrise, My Kitchen Rules, The Chase Australia, House Rules, Home and Away, Better Homes & Gardens and Seven News.
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