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Came across a car with...

Discussion in 'Get it off your chest' started by andyhawkx3, Sep 26, 2008.

  1. andyhawkx3

    andyhawkx3 Major Poster

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    I was driving back from my mates farm, in the early hours, (approx 1am) lady, is falling about, the place in the middle of a 40mph road (only me driving on the road), I stopped the car opposite her, the car she had just locked up, parked, at the very least, 4foot from the opposite kerb...Off side side front wheel folded into the wing,...I asked her if she needed a doctor, I said, again are you injured...no comment (you must bare in mind I have a firearm on board) so I shouldn't get out of the car, even for the old bill, so I said again "do you need assistance" she's on the phone now, slurring...
    1, his she p****d or smoking dope!!!
    2, his she diabetic !!!
    3, has she got concussion !!!

    Then she said to me, help me push the car, off the road....o she's just mad :eek:.... its an old, sierra estate, with a front wheel folded under the arch :rolleyes:...she may as well of asked me to put it in my pocket...anyway I said, you need to phone the police, because you cant leave that car there, as its causing an obstruction, to the highway, and may cause another accident...then came please, please don't call the police, she got hysterical...!!! I drove down the road ....what did I do. (what was the first thing I thought about, when I pulled away)...what would you have done....?
     
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  2. Buzz

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    Called the Police on 999 and then kept an eye on her to make sure she wasn't ill/hurt . Drunk drivers need getting off the streets, but if she wasn't drunk, she needed help....let the Police decide.
     
  3. MOO

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    I would have called the police without hesitation, she could have caused an accident and injured someone else
     
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    I would have called the Plod,no doubt about that :up:
     
  5. i8allthepies

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    I would have called the Police. We've lost two members of our family, one aged 4 and one aged 23, to drunk drivers. We've all been in a position where we fancy a drink but we're out in the car - but we all know that you just can't go there. If this woman was prosecuted and re-educated, it might just stop her killing someone someday.:(
    Sorry, rant over!:)
     
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    What did you do then Andy?????
     
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    i would probably be the one in the car:D

    just kidding, ive never been drunk or stoned for that matter:p

    probably would have gotten her into my car and have my wicked way:D

    sorry im just on a random spree lol
    call the old bill i guess:up:
     
  8. EX Mod Cog

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    Well you're missing out ... it's great waking up covered in sick and not remembering the night before :D haha

    Seriously though, if you're responsible with drink it can be good fun :up: mostly for social stuff.
     
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    cant wait till my 18th, curry, bottle oh magners and im happy lol:D

    ed by 10 ready for sailing the next day:D
     
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    That's strange...if you're responsible with handguns, they can be good fun too, but being as drink driving can kill, I think they should ban drinking especially as I don't drink !!
     
  11. andyhawkx3

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    Sorry Ive not been on, Pattys not well...."she flu" :(, well you know, I say I always give my phone a full charge before I go out, well when I went to phone the old bill, yep me phone was still on charge :eek:...at home:tsk:...so I new there was a phone box down the road, drove to Hit, the local toe-rags had been at it, so back in the car, there's a cop shop, about a mile away, drove there tells this guy on the desk, Hes said thanks, we'll take it from here...:confused:...I said don't you need my name, at the very least..No...:confused:
     
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    agree with buzzo, i dont drink because i simply sont see the point (and i cant buy the stuff):D

    i like a bottle of magners with me steak on saterday every no and again but i couldnt drink a second bottle:eek:
     
  13. i8allthepies

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    "i would probably be the one in the car":D

    Yes, you might just pass for a rat-a*sed woman:D:D:D
     
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  14. andyhawkx3

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    Forgot to say, the first thing I thought of was A1's Nan
     
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    dont you worry im all man;):D

    not that youd ever find out:eek:

    ohh rejected:p
     
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    Great aunt but yea thanks;)
     
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    You should have seen the skid mark, it must have been over a !00 yds long, she must have been going like a bat out of hell, well I recon she lost control about 150 yds up the road, hit the kerb, on my side of the road:eek: Knackering the wheel....I'm glad I wasn't 2 mins earlier on that road.
     
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    well she is lucky, at that sort of speed hitting anything is lethal.she was lucky that the car broke so she would stop driving it!
     

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