Highway Patrol – 21 April 2021 – 21/4/2021 – Wednesday – Seven – 7
This is Embarrassing!
It’s not unusual to hate police attention, but what is unusual is the over-the-top reaction of one man when he’s pulled over by Senior Constable Evan Brown.
Pulling a mono in front of Ash Bowden’s cop car is never a smart move, especially when you try and deny it. The lies soon turn to tears when the rider learns the consequences.
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