Policewoman struggles with mini bike

Check out this amusing video of a female police officer riding a confiscated mini-bike in her office

Posted: 25 November 2008
by Visordown News

It's always amusing when the police film themselves making a complete arse of something and this is a great example. Check out her amazing clutch control..


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Posted: 25/11/2008 at 15:09

hehe lmao

Posted: 25/11/2008 at 15:18

Ow do mate,thanks for my cake

Posted: 25/11/2008 at 15:21

you welcome any time Lee 

Posted: 25/11/2008 at 15:23

what cake , I didn't get any cake
( walks of in strop)

Posted: 25/11/2008 at 15:30

FatBoyTim wrote (see)

happy birthday lee heres a cake specially for you

http://www.visordown.com/members/images/179524/Gallery/319551847_22b3abd968.jpg


happy birthday
This one,your quite welcome to it mate


Posted: 25/11/2008 at 15:35


http://www.visordown.com/members/images/179524/Gallery/319551847_22b3abd968.jpg


have a slice of cunt cake as well then AIS


Posted: 25/11/2008 at 15:35

I'd bet she did NOT have insurance for that bike!

Posted: 25/11/2008 at 16:45

usual double standards.

Posted: 25/11/2008 at 17:05

wavydave wrote (see)
usual double standards.

It is being ridden in an office lol!

Possibly funniest thing I have seen in a while


Posted: 28/11/2008 at 19:16

No helmet or protective gear, I couldn't see a number plate either.

This is disgusting, I demand some compensation for the trauma this has put me through.

I'll have about £1,000,000 please


Posted: 28/11/2008 at 19:24

M,m,m,m,monkey, m,m,m,m,monkey, m,m,m,m,monkey, m,m,m,m,monkey, I am the monkey, I can go anywhere, I am the monkey, I can go anywhere, I am the monkey, I can go anywhere, including here and here and here......

Posted: 28/11/2008 at 19:29

 mini bike doesn't seem to suit her. why not give her something she can ride

http://s290.photobucket.com/albums/ll263/rtbdirect/th_170951.jpg


Posted: 28/11/2008 at 20:16

I wonder who paid for any damage to the bike..

Posted: 29/11/2008 at 13:25

The police are forever complaining about the lack of respect they receive from the public and amount of time consuming paperwork they are burdened with,  yet they seem to have time for mini bike riding indoors and time to post shite like this on U-tube. I wonder if they conducted an investigation to find out who the responsible parties are so they could prosecute and fine them, just as they would if it were a video of a speeding biker? Talk about double fookin standards! I would like to read in the news about the lot being prosecuted and sacked. Ask yourself, would you want a silly git like that policing your community? Better yet, try calling your local coppers and try getting them to come out to a crime. I am starting to think we might be better off without them, if we aren’t already without them?

Posted: 30/11/2008 at 05:18

what a bitch

Posted: 30/11/2008 at 17:35

faze2 wrote (see)
The police are forever complaining about the lack of respect they receive from the public and amount of time consuming paperwork they are burdened with,  yet they seem to have time for mini bike riding indoors and time to post shite like this on U-tube. I wonder if they conducted an investigation to find out who the responsible parties are so they could prosecute and fine them, just as they would if it were a video of a speeding biker? Talk about double fookin standards! I would like to read in the news about the lot being prosecuted and sacked. Ask yourself, would you want a silly git like that policing your community? Better yet, try calling your local coppers and try getting them to come out to a crime. I am starting to think we might be better off without them, if we aren’t already without them?


Yeah god forbid that they would have a sense of fun/humour and fuck about for 5 minutes...sack them all..good call

Out of interest what do you think they should be prosecuted for??


Posted: 30/11/2008 at 19:41

gedge wrote (see)
faze2 wrote (see)
The police are forever complaining about the lack of respect they receive from the public and amount of time consuming paperwork they are burdened with,  yet they seem to have time for mini bike riding indoors and time to post shite like this on U-tube. I wonder if they conducted an investigation to find out who the responsible parties are so they could prosecute and fine them, just as they would if it were a video of a speeding biker? Talk about double fookin standards! I would like to read in the news about the lot being prosecuted and sacked. Ask yourself, would you want a silly git like that policing your community? Better yet, try calling your local coppers and try getting them to come out to a crime. I am starting to think we might be better off without them, if we aren’t already without them?


Yeah god forbid that they would have a sense of fun/humour and fuck about for 5 minutes...sack them all..good call

Out of interest what do you think they should be prosecuted for??


in fairness gedge it is double standards,if some young scrote was fucking about like that for 5 minutes and plod witnessed it he would be arrested.

Posted: 30/11/2008 at 20:53

wavydave wrote (see)
gedge wrote (see)
faze2 wrote (see)
The police are forever complaining about the lack of respect they receive from the public and amount of time consuming paperwork they are burdened with,  yet they seem to have time for mini bike riding indoors and time to post shite like this on U-tube. I wonder if they conducted an investigation to find out who the responsible parties are so they could prosecute and fine them, just as they would if it were a video of a speeding biker? Talk about double fookin standards! I would like to read in the news about the lot being prosecuted and sacked. Ask yourself, would you want a silly git like that policing your community? Better yet, try calling your local coppers and try getting them to come out to a crime. I am starting to think we might be better off without them, if we aren’t already without them?


Yeah god forbid that they would have a sense of fun/humour and fuck about for 5 minutes...sack them all..good call

Out of interest what do you think they should be prosecuted for??


in fairness gedge it is double standards,if some young scrote was fucking about like that for 5 minutes and plod witnessed it he would be arrested.

Wavy, but they are INSIDE a building not on the road! Regardless what people think of the Police when was the last time you heard of someone getting ticketed for riding a bike inside their ownhome??

Posted: 30/11/2008 at 20:58

twelvelegs wrote (see)
wavydave wrote (see)
gedge wrote (see)
faze2 wrote (see)
The police are forever complaining about the lack of respect they receive from the public and amount of time consuming paperwork they are burdened with,  yet they seem to have time for mini bike riding indoors and time to post shite like this on U-tube. I wonder if they conducted an investigation to find out who the responsible parties are so they could prosecute and fine them, just as they would if it were a video of a speeding biker? Talk about double fookin standards! I would like to read in the news about the lot being prosecuted and sacked. Ask yourself, would you want a silly git like that policing your community? Better yet, try calling your local coppers and try getting them to come out to a crime. I am starting to think we might be better off without them, if we aren’t already without them?


Yeah god forbid that they would have a sense of fun/humour and fuck about for 5 minutes...sack them all..good call

Out of interest what do you think they should be prosecuted for??


in fairness gedge it is double standards,if some young scrote was fucking about like that for 5 minutes and plod witnessed it he would be arrested.

Wavy, but they are INSIDE a building not on the road! Regardless what people think of the Police when was the last time you heard of someone getting ticketed for riding a bike inside their ownhome??


what if some young scote had been inside a public building? why can't you people just admit you're not always right and you make mistakes as well as the general public.

if some young scrote was acting the same way as that policewoman,you would have nicked him.


Posted: 30/11/2008 at 21:09

For what offence..They are inside their own offices, no public access..AFAIK the road traffic act doesn't apply in there.

It was piece of stupidity but hardly one warranting demands for a sacking..its a ( I presume) seized minibike thats on its way to the crusher so unlikely to be any claim for damage to it.. and I am pretty sure that once the video has been aired she ( and others ) will have been disciplined..IMO thats all thats needed...


Posted: 30/11/2008 at 21:15

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=OYr771w9wS4 

She certainly didn't watch the above clip and learn  


Posted: 30/11/2008 at 21:16

String them all up, I say.

I bet they're immigrants, probably illegal - I didn't see a Union Jack tattoo on any of them


Posted: 30/11/2008 at 21:19

gedge wrote (see)

For what offence..They are inside their own offices, no public access..AFAIK the road traffic act doesn't apply in there.

It was piece of stupidity but hardly one warranting demands for a sacking..its a ( I presume) seized minibike thats on its way to the crusher so unlikely to be any claim for damage to it.. and I am pretty sure that once the video has been aired she ( and others ) will have been disciplined..IMO thats all thats needed...


i haven't mentioned the road traffic act or sacking her. i'm saying the police would have charged somebody else with an offence. how about criminal damage that's one the police like to use when all else fails. there was obviously damage done in the incident,no matter how little.and it's not her office so she would have caused damage to property not belonging to herself.

all i'm saying is,if that had been some young lad in an office somewhere and the police had witnessed the incident or a third party made a complaint he would have been arrested.


Posted: 30/11/2008 at 21:25

wavydave wrote (see)


i haven't mentioned the road traffic act or sacking her. i'm saying the police would have charged somebody else with an offence. how about criminal damage that's one the police like to use when all else fails. there was obviously damage done in the incident,no matter how little.and it's not her office so she would have caused damage to property not belonging to herself.

all i'm saying is,if that had been some young lad in an office somewhere and the police had witnessed the incident or a third party made a complaint he would have been arrested.


I would be happy to bet that similar incidents have occurred in bike shops/ workshops and garages even sitting rooms without the need to prosecute anyone..it certainly happened in my mates paint shop when his mate failed to complete a donut properly..

as I have already said..Its a bit of unnecessary tomfoolery that ended predictably badly.. internal discipline is more than sufficient.....try and see the funny side of it...I am sure you would be pissing yourself laughing if it had been anyone other than a police officer..


Posted: 30/11/2008 at 21:33

wavydave wrote (see)
gedge wrote (see)

For what offence..They are inside their own offices, no public access..AFAIK the road traffic act doesn't apply in there.

It was piece of stupidity but hardly one warranting demands for a sacking..its a ( I presume) seized minibike thats on its way to the crusher so unlikely to be any claim for damage to it.. and I am pretty sure that once the video has been aired she ( and others ) will have been disciplined..IMO thats all thats needed...


i haven't mentioned the road traffic act or sacking her. i'm saying the police would have charged somebody else with an offence. how about criminal damage that's one the police like to use when all else fails. there was obviously damage done in the incident,no matter how little.and it's not her office so she would have caused damage to property not belonging to herself.

all i'm saying is,if that had been some young lad in an office somewhere and the police had witnessed the incident or a third party made a complaint he would have been arrested.


I think the point is, that it is not her office or her bike or her furniture, the public pay for the items and her uniform and wages, so would this not be criminal damage of public property?

Posted: 30/11/2008 at 21:34

dooffle9 wrote (see)
wavydave wrote (see)
gedge wrote (see)

For what offence..They are inside their own offices, no public access..AFAIK the road traffic act doesn't apply in there.

It was piece of stupidity but hardly one warranting demands for a sacking..its a ( I presume) seized minibike thats on its way to the crusher so unlikely to be any claim for damage to it.. and I am pretty sure that once the video has been aired she ( and others ) will have been disciplined..IMO thats all thats needed...


i haven't mentioned the road traffic act or sacking her. i'm saying the police would have charged somebody else with an offence. how about criminal damage that's one the police like to use when all else fails. there was obviously damage done in the incident,no matter how little.and it's not her office so she would have caused damage to property not belonging to herself.

all i'm saying is,if that had been some young lad in an office somewhere and the police had witnessed the incident or a third party made a complaint he would have been arrested.


I think the point is, that it is not her office or her bike or her furniture, the public pay for the items and her uniform and wages, so would this not be criminal damage of public property?

Yes it could be..doesn't mean its necessarily appropriate to prosecute though. 

Posted: 30/11/2008 at 21:40

gedge wrote (see)
dooffle9 wrote (see)
wavydave wrote (see)
gedge wrote (see)

For what offence..They are inside their own offices, no public access..AFAIK the road traffic act doesn't apply in there.

It was piece of stupidity but hardly one warranting demands for a sacking..its a ( I presume) seized minibike thats on its way to the crusher so unlikely to be any claim for damage to it.. and I am pretty sure that once the video has been aired she ( and others ) will have been disciplined..IMO thats all thats needed...


i haven't mentioned the road traffic act or sacking her. i'm saying the police would have charged somebody else with an offence. how about criminal damage that's one the police like to use when all else fails. there was obviously damage done in the incident,no matter how little.and it's not her office so she would have caused damage to property not belonging to herself.

all i'm saying is,if that had been some young lad in an office somewhere and the police had witnessed the incident or a third party made a complaint he would have been arrested.


I think the point is, that it is not her office or her bike or her furniture, the public pay for the items and her uniform and wages, so would this not be criminal damage of public property?

Yes it could be..doesn't mean its necessarily appropriate to prosecute though. 

but you would if it was some young chav ,why can't you just admit it,. never thought of you as a bigot gedge.

Posted: 30/11/2008 at 22:13

Dave..I lost count of the number of young chavs I caught fucking about and let off with a warning..not a bigot at all..

read my posts..I dont say its acceptable..but it happens ( on all jobs IME) and there are perfecty adequate procedures in place for dealing with it without calling for prosecutions or sackings..


Posted: 30/11/2008 at 22:38

Lets see the video of police smoking a confiscated bong, or playing 'tin can alley' with a confiscated air rifle. It's not really acceptable that confiscated items are used to damage office furniture. Did the taxpayer have to fund her holiday afterwards? By holiday i mean sick leave, after hurting herself 'on duty'....

Posted: 09/06/2011 at 10:41

LOL, stupid women.

Posted: 09/06/2011 at 20:50


KD

LOL   what a tado about nothing ......................hello gedge ............remember me?

so how ya doing ?

hows life outside?.........still counting down  here

last time we spoke you were on gardening leave  just waiting for your cheque..................

same old same old............................................


Posted: 10/06/2011 at 00:03

i cant beleive some people i know plenty coppers and most of them are gooduns its the same as bikers 99% use common sense 1% dont yes she shouldnt av rode the bike (crash) but for gods sake didnt exactly kill anyone did she but how many of us av been pulled for speeding or doin somthing stupid and kept our licenses coppers have to deal with alot of stress that most people dont even think of like attending rta s then avin to go to a total strangers house early in the morning and tell them their loved ones are dead because someone was using a mobile whilst drivin it DOES happen think of that now tell me that they shouldnt have a bit of fun wen they get 5 minutes spare we would probably av been seein who could do doughnuts the longest and fook the bike its scrap anyway

Posted: 13/06/2011 at 17:16

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