Friday, January 29, 2010
Nanny Bans Nose Blowing
I see that the media is veritably awash with the story of Michael Mancini of Ayr, who fell foul of Nanny's police last October.
Seemingly, if Mr Mancini's version is accurate, he was apprehended by Nanny's police for "not being in control of his vehicle".
Was this a case of Harriet Harman dangerous driving?
Mr Mancini was apprehended for blowing his nose and taking his hands off the wheel.
Now that would indeed be a dangerous action, if the vehicle was in motion and in gear. However, Mr Mancini contends that he was in stationary traffic, he took the vehicle out of gear and put the handbrake on before blowing his hooter.
Wouldn't a windscreen covered in snot be construed as a visual impairment to safe driving?
Doesn't Nanny tell us to catch our sneezes in handkerchiefs?
Disregarding that, Mr Mancini was given a £60 fixed penalty notice which he has refused to pay.
He now faces a trial later this year.
On the assumption that Mr Mancini's version of events is accurate, I would wonder why the police and the Procurator Fiscal (Scotland's version of the CPS) feel that this is such a vital case?
Aren't there more pressing criminal matters to attend to?
Still, I guess it looks good in the statistics that Nanny jerks off to every night.
BTW, The Independent reports that the policeman who gave Mancini his ticket was PC Stuart Gray. Gray recently issued a £50 fixed penalty to a man who accidentally dropped a £10 note in the street!
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