Female Cop Breaking The Law She Enforces [Pic]

Submitted by: ffi 6 years ago in Misc

That"s some good work there, Lou... ise.
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Male 67
good job lazerdude, you succesfully copied some else`s comment
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Male 35

good job lazerdude, you succesfully copied some else`s comment
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Male 89
good job lazerdude, you succesfully copied some else`s comment
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Male 176
good job lazerdude, you succesfully copied some else`s comment
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Male 122
good job lazerdude, you succesfully copied some else`s comment
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Male 5,413
Breakin` the law breakin` the law.
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Male 221
they`re in traffic, you can see it in the side mirror.
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Female 1,356
Is it that big a deal? looking at the side mirror, looks like they`re stuck in a traffic jam.
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Female 2,027
uh oh, someones in trouble!
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Male 496
"better yet...someone took a picture of someone taking a picture of the texting cop."

I didn`t even think about that. LOL
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Male 8,302
@ Baalthazaq

I agree with the idea of `user pays` and anyone that doesn`t use it, doesn`t pay. BUT (and its a BIG but for a reason!), here in Australia the ABC is likewise Government-funded, and so is SBS. There are 14 government-funded channels between those two networks, AND Australian law requires that 70% of content on a TV station here must be Australian content, AND Australia only has around 22 million people ... YET those networks only cost us about $35 per Australian per year. That makes the license fees for the BBC in the UK waaaaaaayy overpriced by comparison.
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Male 1,239
OH MY GOD! The horror. Imagine the carnage that could have been caused had this cop swerved and.... Oh wait, they`re stopped in bumper to bumper traffic. ffi, you`re a tool.
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Male 4,546
"In the UK you have to pay taxes on TVs. WTF!"

The BBC is government funded. It has no ads. If you have a TV, you get the BBC.

Think of it this way, you pay taxes indirectly and directly for: NPR, MSNBC, Oil Companies, Auto companies, many more. Doesn`t matter if you don`t own a TV, get NPR, get MSNBC, Drive a car, etc.

In the UK that tax is only applied if you make use of the service you`re paying for. (Road tax only if you own a car, TV license only if you own a TV that gets the BBC. If you are blind, your TV tax is halved).
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Male 1,093
thats a secondary offense. They dont stop you for texting (or calling in my state) for doing that
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Male 3,908
Take a look at the mirror, looks to me like they`re stuck in rush hr traffic. Technically you ain`t supposed to be doing that poo but I know in NY where I am they wouldn`t bother giving you a ticket cuz they got bigger fish to fry
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Male 132
better yet...someone took a picture of someone taking a picture of the texting cop.
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Male 10,338
In the UK you have to pay taxes on TVs. WTF!
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Male 165
I see this all the time in OC and LA
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Female 833
in the Uk = at least a £50 fixed penalty and six points on your license. in the uk you only get 12 points to play with and if you get 6 in your first two years of driving, your license is revoked and you have to retake all tests and exams.
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Female 5,222
oh snap
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Male 6,737
In the UK if you`re using a mobile while at the wheel it`s an offence whether the vehicle is in motion or not. Obviously this doesn`t include if the vehicle is parked, but this cop car is clearly not parked and the engine is likely running. In the UK she`d be breaking the law.
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Male 1,744
OH WHATEVER!! They`re stuck in traffic (check the mirror). This is dumb as s#!t
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Male 772
@NATattack: If you look in the side mirror, you`ll see they are ;)
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Male 1,627
theres a beer in the cup holder
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Female 285
This does not look like they are driving
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Male 1,832
How do you know she is from a place where its illegal to text and drive?
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Male 4,014
First, who knows what jurisdiction - anti-texting laws are not universal.

Second, cops can run red lights by law, so there`s that.

Third, maybe the text says "420, officer down."

Fourth, she`s looking at a picture of a cat with its head stuck in bag - AD-OR-A-BLE!
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Female 313
Only trash and filth say cops are nothing, Keith.
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Male 1,216
Not any worse than the person who takes a photo while seemingly driving. The cop should be fired though.
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Male 329
If the officer is communicating with their dispatch, which is quite possible, they are exempt. As a matter of fact, so are you - if you are in a "No hands free" state, and you call 911 but don`t have a headset, you CAN make the call without a headset.
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Male 15,510
I think he is about to tase someone
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Male 1,595
Heavy traffic, no car motion, it`s legal.


Move along people, nothing to see here.
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Male 2,591
Cops are nothing but trash, filth.
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Female 472
Judging by the traffic behind them, I like to assume they are in gridlock.
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Male 8,302
> MrPeabody
> The driver of the citizens car is taking a picture of his passenger taking a picture of the police woman. Otherwise how is it you see the phone in the picture?

Aaaaaaaargh!!! I think my head just asploded, Inception style!
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Male 526
My friend`s dad is a police officer here and it seems that he`s uhh, above(? not exactly the best word) that particular law while I`m on duty. I`ve no idea whether this is true or he`s just lazy.
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Male 516
"She might not even be driving, she`s probably parked."

The side view mirror tells a different story.

"Car not in motion = not breaking law."

She is in a line of cars on the road. While they might not be moving that instant, surely they are moving forward a bit at a time. Why else would she have one hand on the wheel?
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Male 10,338
Car not in motion = not breaking law.
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Male 25,417
ha ha ha failed!
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Male 1,920
@Lionhart2

> WeePee
> so... its a picture of a passenger taking a picture of a driver using a cellphone taken by another driver using their cellphone.

>Lionhart2
>Oh yeah, I forgot you Yanks sit on the wrong side of the car. I assumed the driver was taking the photo.

Read what WeePee wrote again. He is absolutely right. The driver of the citizens car is taking a picture of his passenger taking a picture of the police woman. Otherwise how is it you see the phone in the picture?
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Female 1,478
SarahofBorg, check out the side mirror of the regular car.. totally a lane where people would be driving :)
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Female 3,562
She might not even be driving, she`s probably parked.
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Male 1,195
Cops break laws all the time. Just the other day I saw one drinking and driving. This isn`t news.
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Male 2,344
Looking in the mirror, I would assume they`re in a traffic jam, in which case, the vehicle is not moving, in which case, I see nothing wrong here.
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Male 405
@propagandi I think only the older people got that one
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Male 8,302
> WeePee
> so... its a picture of a passenger taking a picture of a driver using a cellphone taken by another driver using their cellphone.

Oh yeah, I forgot you Yanks sit on the wrong side of the car. I assumed the driver was taking the photo.
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Male 759
...is that a crime? It`s not in my state.
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Male 642
can`t even tell of it`s a female.. could be a slim dude with combed back hair.. not everybody is a bear with military cut
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Male 6
in california its not illegal for a cop to use a cell phone while driving if its for police business. read the law 23123 cvc.
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Male 4,902
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Male 4,902
Texting while driving is only illegal in 34 states, Washington DC and Guam. It`s possible she`s in one of the states where it is not yet illegal.
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Male 559
When you commit a crime against a cop, the penalties are harsher. For that reason, I think penalties should be harsher when cops commit crimes against us.
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Female 854
Back when I used Myspace, I would play poker and there would me many times when I`d play with cops that were on duty.

One guy was would play while he was driving. He`d get mad because people would give him crap.
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Male 176
"Secondly, the taker of the photo was breaking the same law."

Doesn`t negate that fact that a cop, someone who should be setting an example for the law, is breaking it.

But with the traffic, really who gives a f - shut cho mouth!
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Male 1,440
If she was parked, her hands wouldn`t be on the steering wheel in a steering position (approximately 10 O`clock)
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Male 612
so....
its a picture of a passenger taking a picture of a driver using a cellphone taken by another driver using their cellphone.

and it looks to be in bumper to bumper traffic. who the fcuk cares?
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Male 8,302
Firstly, bumper-to-bumper traffic is no excuse, Pandasmuggle - its still illegal. Secondly, the taker of the photo was breaking the same law.
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Male 594
``Spot what`s in the side mirror. Bumper to bumper traffic. ``

^ THIS. Be more perceptive.
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Male 3,477
@propagandi~ I laughed at that one.
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Male 3,477
I see this all the time. It is called, being above the law. From the lowest levels of govt. right up to the top.
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Male 15
lol, lady-cops... are they real cops?
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Male 142
Lead by example fail.
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Male 600
is she parked? if shes parked its legal isn`t it?
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Male 725
Citizen`s Arrest! Citizen`s Arrest!
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Male 7
Spot what`s in the side mirror. Bumper to bumper traffic.
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Male 4,867
dangerous driving?
get it... because shes a woman?!
hahahahaha, sexism is always funny.
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Female 934
hippo-crit
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Female 156
Link: Female Cop Breaking The Law She Enforces [Pic] [Rate Link] - That`s some good work there, Lou... ise.
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