SA Police grab some free publicity!

Discussion in 'Australian Motorcycles' started by GB, Jan 3, 2009.

  1. GB

    GB Guest

    It looks like SA Police know all about the intertubes too! They've
    made a press release with a fairly heated rant about people
    going fast and posting the video online!


    If you see any suspicious characters around your letterbox Johno,
    don't worry, it's just the plod conducting a 'covert operation'!

    GB, Jan 3, 2009
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  2. GB

    Marty H Guest

    let the fun begin....

    fake video time posted from the internet cafe

    Marty H, Jan 4, 2009
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  3. GB

    Jeßus Guest

    "Enforcement and covert camera use is the only answer for these people"
    There you go - theres the real motivation. We need more hidden cameras
    Jeßus, Jan 4, 2009
  4. GB

    Diogenes Guest

    Hamas continually fires rockets into Israel and then bitches when they
    get an overwhelming response.

    Hoons think it's fun to bait the police and then bitch when the cops

    Exactly what is your point, Jeßus ?

    Onya bike...

    Diogenes, Jan 4, 2009
  5. GB

    GB Guest

    A bit of video fiddling ought to allow for a clip that has
    scenery going past at a million miles an hour and a speedo
    pottering along at fifty-eight-and-a-half km/h. Bonus points
    for having a speedo off Brand A on a bike of Brand B.

    GB, Jan 4, 2009
  6. I have an idea that what you say is right, although the coppers will have a
    hard time sorting out who is not on a vendetta against their brother-in-law
    George W Frost, Jan 6, 2009
  7. GB

    Nev.. Guest

    I don't know if its just in Victoria where the police have a "dob in a
    hoon" campaign, urging people to ring crimestoppers when they want to
    dob in a hoon. The crimestoppers number is an anonymous service which
    they also claim does not use caller id or any other means of recording
    incoming telephone numbers.

    '07 XB12X
    '08 DL1000K8
    Nev.., Jan 6, 2009
  8. Even if they do collect numbers, you can always block that out
    George W Frost, Jan 6, 2009
  9. GB

    TimC Guest

    Not to law enforcement. It's still transmitted (how else do you route
    calls? Or have 000 know your number if you block by default?), it's
    just not transmitted to your average house and caller ID unit.
    TimC, Jan 6, 2009
  10. GB

    Jeßus Guest

    You already know what it is.
    Jeßus, Jan 8, 2009
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