Road rage after caught on her phone - "Do you know who I am? My UNCLE is a very famous politician"
Updated the title as sounds (as unlikely as it could be) that her UNCLE is
the "Very famous politician". Which makes even less sense..
This is part way through this woman's response to me (a pedestrian waiting
to cross the road) telling her to "get off your phone" while she was
driving up Albion st in Surry Hills, Sydney. She had stopped right in front
of me as a car in front of her reverse parked and was texting/smsing away.
22/08/2013 at lunchtime.
Started some bizarre responses including threats to follow me, or have
someone follow me and a "You must be a Labor party voter" which was pretty
bizarre. So I'm guessing she's a Liberal party MP's wife (she said husband
or maybe uncle?) then if that's some sort of insult in her world?
Then as she backed up and wouldn't leave and kept on - I got out my phone
to take a picture of her number plate - decided on video instead as she
wasn't going anywhere despite all the people beeping and me telling her to
So enjoy this insight into the world of entitled politician's relative too
arrogant to just acknowledge she'd done something wrong and implying she
had high up powers to get me for daring to tell her to get off her phone.
She even had it in her hand when she's saying she doesn't have a phone..
And apparently she's carrying out a drug use survey because that seemed to
be very important for her to find out if I'd taken drugs. Or perhaps
whether she might claim I was hallucinating.
So Ms BVA 42K - Black BMW X3 - your driving attention needs some definite
improvement especially along a street like Albion with pedestrian crossings
and cars entering from side streets. That and perhaps think about whether
to use the words "Do you know who I am?" when you are going to then tell me
who your uncle is.
Note: it's illegal to touch a phone while driving - let alone write out
messages. Whether stopped or not - it's not permitted (or smart).
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R1 v Police ..... Police lose
Rider slows down for Traffic only to find a unmarked Volvo behind him ,
with NO hesitation he opens up over-taking another police car at high speed
. Loses cars with ease only to find they get a spotter plane out which the
biker outruns briefly.
Watch the end as the Biker just disappears (live feed to police
headquarters )How gutted were they ?
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Look what they are doing now !
a CEO taking a flyer from the "notobikeparkingtax campaign" off a bike in
Dury lane Covent Garden and me asking him to put it back !