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By 9 September 2011 64

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Martin has sent in this intriguing example of failing the attitude test.

Do you think they get pulled over often?

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64 Responses to LAW H8R. Images of Canberra
#1
ryza9:32 am, 09 Sep 11

Hates the law so much he stops at a red light…

#2
djk9:43 am, 09 Sep 11

Took me about 10 minutes of driving behind that car to work out what it actually said.

Guy was driving erratically to say the least – absolutely flogging it, then appeared to get a phone call and started driving about 20kmh through the GDE roadworks, then obviously finished the phone call as he sped up and started weaving in and out of traffic again.

#3
ConanOfCooma9:49 am, 09 Sep 11

Obviously someone thinks it’s ok to touch young children on their genitalia.

Lynching time.

#4
Little_Green_Bag9:52 am, 09 Sep 11

djk said :

Took me about 10 minutes of driving behind that car to work out what it actually said.

+1

The number 8 does not transfer well to Old English font, as do the other characters. I think he’d have trouble seeing out the back window in his rear vision mirror as well.

Reminds me of those “tough guys” who get large Old English characters tattooed across their shoulders and back which are almost illegible. What’s the point?

#5
Postalgeek9:54 am, 09 Sep 11

Bet he wears come-f**k-me-over boots too.

#6
Chop719:55 am, 09 Sep 11

djk said :

Took me about 10 minutes of driving behind that car to work out what it actually said.

Guy was driving erratically to say the least – absolutely flogging it, then appeared to get a phone call and started driving about 20kmh through the GDE roadworks, then obviously finished the phone call as he sped up and started weaving in and out of traffic again.

you kept up with them for 10mins, couldn’t have been that erratic

#7
whoodzzz10:06 am, 09 Sep 11

hahaha, you should’ve shown the P plate too. at least it would’ve explained it a bit more :P

and if they don’t have a P plate – foooorrr shammeeeeeeee

douches! they always seem so suprised when the coppers give them a hard time too.

#8
Jim Jones10:12 am, 09 Sep 11

$20 says he lives with his parents.

#9
Erg010:13 am, 09 Sep 11

Chop71 said :

you kept up with them for 10mins, couldn’t have been that erratic

I wouldn’t be so sure, most people who drive like maniacs aren’t cognisant of the fact that they’re probably not getting to their destination any faster than they would if they just drove intelligently at (or near) the speed limit.

#10
Reprobate10:20 am, 09 Sep 11

That’s not proper. That VT/VX ute should have a Chevy badge on it too…

#11
milkman10:24 am, 09 Sep 11

Jim Jones said :

$20 says he lives with his parents.

I reckon your money’s safe.

#12
Erg010:32 am, 09 Sep 11

Reprobate said :

That’s not proper. That VT/VX ute should have a Chevy badge on it too…

I always chuckle at the guy in my street who has a Commodore with a Chevy badge on the front grille and a Southern Cross sticker on the back window.

#13
johnboy10:34 am, 09 Sep 11
#14
djk10:43 am, 09 Sep 11

Chop71 said :

djk said :

Took me about 10 minutes of driving behind that car to work out what it actually said.

Guy was driving erratically to say the least – absolutely flogging it, then appeared to get a phone call and started driving about 20kmh through the GDE roadworks, then obviously finished the phone call as he sped up and started weaving in and out of traffic again.

you kept up with them for 10mins, couldn’t have been that erratic

Knew someone was going to mention this.

It was before and through the southbound GDE road works – he came from way back zig-zagging through traffic to get one car ahead of me as we got to the road works, drove above 60 through them, but then as mentioned slowed down significantly when he got a fairly long phone call and I overtook him just past the end of GDE road works. He then came zooming back through traffic to overtake me again. As another poster alluded to above, he didnt end up getting very far ahead as I later passed him waiting to turn right into (surprise, surprise) Kambah.

(FTR I did not actually time it as I was driving, however 10 minutes seems like a fair estimate.)

#15
Solidarity11:01 am, 09 Sep 11

maybe he just hates john laws?

#16
zippyzippy11:05 am, 09 Sep 11

I’m sure he’s probably referring to the outrageous High Court decision in ICM Agriculture v Commonwealth, which ruled that reducing a licensee’s groundwater entitlement under an aquifer access licence didn’t abridge the licensee’s rights to reasonable use of the waters of rivers. Man, f*ck the High Court and their fallacious reasoning.

#17
PatMan11:12 am, 09 Sep 11

Curious that you followed him down the GDE, zigzagged wherever, eventually passed him turning right at Kambah, but managed to snap him driving north on Botany St waiting to turn right onto Hindmarsh Drive. Did you guys take a detour or was he trying to shake you because he thought you might have been tailing him.
One other little point – was that a phone camera you used, because the law clearly states that a driver of a vehicle shall not use of any sort of mobile phone device while in control of a vehicle…

#18
Ben_Dover11:14 am, 09 Sep 11

Dyslexic medieval English lawyer?

#19
Thoroughly Smashed11:14 am, 09 Sep 11

Hit him with one of these.

#20
Jim Jones11:29 am, 09 Sep 11

PatMan said :

Curious that you followed him down the GDE, zigzagged wherever, eventually passed him turning right at Kambah, but managed to snap him driving north on Botany St waiting to turn right onto Hindmarsh Drive. Did you guys take a detour or was he trying to shake you because he thought you might have been tailing him.
One other little point – was that a phone camera you used, because the law clearly states that a driver of a vehicle shall not use of any sort of mobile phone device while in control of a vehicle…

What are you a narc or something?

#21
Erg011:31 am, 09 Sep 11

PatMan said :

Curious that you followed him down the GDE, zigzagged wherever, eventually passed him turning right at Kambah, but managed to snap him driving north on Botany St waiting to turn right onto Hindmarsh Drive. Did you guys take a detour or was he trying to shake you because he thought you might have been tailing him.
One other little point – was that a phone camera you used, because the law clearly states that a driver of a vehicle shall not use of any sort of mobile phone device while in control of a vehicle…

I don’t think djk said he was the “Martin” who took the photo above?

#22
johnboy11:32 am, 09 Sep 11

there are quite a lot of cameras that are not phones.

#23
djk11:33 am, 09 Sep 11

PatMan said :

Curious that you followed him down the GDE, zigzagged wherever, eventually passed him turning right at Kambah, but managed to snap him driving north on Botany St waiting to turn right onto Hindmarsh Drive. Did you guys take a detour or was he trying to shake you because he thought you might have been tailing him.
One other little point – was that a phone camera you used, because the law clearly states that a driver of a vehicle shall not use of any sort of mobile phone device while in control of a vehicle…

I am not Martin who sent the picture to JB, I just also happened to have noticed the car, saw the thread and shared my experience.

#24
Holden Caulfield11:42 am, 09 Sep 11

I reckon I saw one of these stickers on a Hilux-like ute on my drive to work in Fyshwick the other day.

Seems there could be a mully of LAW H8Rs on the streets?

#25
BenMac12:19 pm, 09 Sep 11

All that’s missing is a Rush Hour sticker. At least JB will have a this photo on file for when this car winds up wrapped around a tree.

#26
Chop7112:35 pm, 09 Sep 11

Erg0 said :

Chop71 said :

you kept up with them for 10mins, couldn’t have been that erratic

I wouldn’t be so sure, most people who drive like maniacs aren’t cognisant of the fact that they’re probably not getting to their destination any faster than they would if they just drove intelligently at (or near) the speed limit.

spot on grandpa

#27
Chop7112:39 pm, 09 Sep 11

if someone slashed his tyres, would he still be a “law h8r”?

#28
PrinceOfAles2:00 pm, 09 Sep 11

Chop71 said :

if someone slashed his tyres, would he still be a “law h8r”?

Yes he would still hate the law because the law would do absolutely nothing about it.

#29
martyo2:30 pm, 09 Sep 11

this is another rear window sticker from a few years back spotted in Kambah – http://flic.kr/p/5SNHJ8 – “In ya undies” charming !

#30
James_2:30 pm, 09 Sep 11

I thought it said GAW H8R

which puzzled me a bit because that can mean 1 of 3 things

- Grown A*s Women
- Good Ass Whooping

or my personal favourite acording to the urban dictionary

“to smear bloody poo on one’s face.”

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