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Man caught speeding would like to set record straight

By Barcham - 6 March 2013 31

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Damien Svarcas would like to set the record straight and let us know he was going 200 in a 100 zone, instead of the measly 170 they booked him for. Thank goodness he has a public profile to do so from.

From an anonymous tip.

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Man caught speeding would like to set record straight
cross 6:09 pm 06 Mar 13

I drive a 4 cylinder Toyota at 60 K every where, I’m compensating for my huge penis

Pork Hunt 5:56 pm 06 Mar 13

c_c™ said :

Pork Hunt said :

c_c™ said :

Doubt he could make 200, without knowing the vehicle impossible to say, but I had read quite a large number in Australia have top speeds limited to 180.

Without reading the first sentence of the OP, it is impossible to know the make of vehicle…

I said without knowing vehicle, not without knowing make. Try to read.
Most beamers I think are limited to 250, but some, either electronically or just by capacity, can’t exceed or even reach 200. Gotta remember that’s a 12/13yr old car too.

Try to express yourself without ambiguity.

c_c™ 5:09 pm 06 Mar 13

Pork Hunt said :

c_c™ said :

Doubt he could make 200, without knowing the vehicle impossible to say, but I had read quite a large number in Australia have top speeds limited to 180.

Without reading the first sentence of the OP, it is impossible to know the make of vehicle…

I said without knowing vehicle, not without knowing make. Try to read.
Most beamers I think are limited to 250, but some, either electronically or just by capacity, can’t exceed or even reach 200. Gotta remember that’s a 12/13yr old car too.

Solidarity 4:56 pm 06 Mar 13

Even lowly 6 cylinder E36’s can hit 240.

Pork Hunt 4:55 pm 06 Mar 13

c_c™ said :

Doubt he could make 200, without knowing the vehicle impossible to say, but I had read quite a large number in Australia have top speeds limited to 180.

Without reading the first sentence of the OP, it is impossible to know the make of vehicle…

c_c™ 4:46 pm 06 Mar 13

Doubt he could make 200, without knowing the vehicle impossible to say, but I had read quite a large number in Australia have top speeds limited to 180.

NellyBean 3:54 pm 06 Mar 13

caf said :

Considering that the accuracy of a normal car speedo is far less at those speeds, I’d back the cops figure over his own anyway.

If his speedo was up to 10% out then he could be going as slow as 180, the Police estimate means they probably used a speed comparison instead of Lidar/Radar. 170 would be their conservative under-estimate to account for any margin of error.

That and he’s a big-noting toolbag that is probably making it up.

JessP 3:54 pm 06 Mar 13

Small d***.

Solidarity 3:31 pm 06 Mar 13

His mate was waiting for a mate because the mate got booked!

G-Fresh 2:54 pm 06 Mar 13
Ben_Dover 2:27 pm 06 Mar 13

May he reach a speedy and solitary end, very soon.

Holden Caulfield 2:15 pm 06 Mar 13

caf said :

Considering that the accuracy of a normal car speedo is far less at those speeds, I’d back the cops figure over his own anyway.

Yeah, what a pussy, he should have been going 220km/h just to be safe.

caf 2:06 pm 06 Mar 13

Considering that the accuracy of a normal car speedo is far less at those speeds, I’d back the cops figure over his own anyway.

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 1:37 pm 06 Mar 13

Bell end

Dilandach 1:10 pm 06 Mar 13

What a window licking fool. Of course he’ll think he was ‘fully sik’ for driving that high of speed. Never thinking about anyone he could potentially wipe out.

The higher the speed, the lower the IQ.

He’ll probably need help reading this post, words greater than one syllable were used and I can’t write in pop-up book form.

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