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Woman caught speeding - it was mans fault

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Taxi driver caught speeding is spared points on her licence after magistrates hear passenger made her 'fearful'.

https://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/news/17272912.taxi-driver-caught-speeding-is-spared-points-on-her-licence-after-magistrates-hear-passenger-made-her-fearful

Brenda Loveland, of Broadway Lane in Bournemouth, appeared at Poole Magistrates' Court last Thursday, November 29 to admit speeding.

She had initially denied driving a Citroen in Herbert Avenue, Poole on July 14 at a speed exceeding the 30 mile per hour limit.

Magistrates decided not to give her points after hearing Loveland, 65, was 'fearful of her safety due to advances made by a passenger'. She was caught speeding at 38mph. Instead, the defendant was sentenced to a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay a £20 surcharge and £85 costs.

 

Maybe all women should be allowed to drive faster as its abundantly clear they're never safe with "British men" leering at them and ready to pounce constantly.

 

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Doesn’t sound like much of a victory..  cost her more than a speeding fine,  and who really cares about three points?

At 38mph she could have slept through a patronising “speed awareness” course and still come out quids in with no points.

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On 04/12/2018 at 04:18, Libspero said:

Doesn’t sound like much of a victory..  cost her more than a speeding fine,  and who really cares about three points?

At 38mph she could have slept through a patronising “speed awareness” course and still come out quids in with no points.

Quite so just plain stupid

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