Moron in Mitchell

Br1anL 16 March 2011 36
roundabout

On Friday night my wife and I watched this moron (ACT Rego YZN 659) put the lives of the passengers of three different cars at risk as he took his commodore three times around the round-a-bout sideways leaving a trail of rubber and smoke.

Each time he came back around I watched fearing that if he lost control he would slam into the side of me.

Keep an eye out for this car on our roads.


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colourful sydney racing identity colourful sydney racing identity 3:32 pm 16 Mar 11

What did the police say when you contacted them?

creative_canberran creative_canberran 3:57 pm 16 Mar 11

They never lean, this happened just yesterday: http://www.smh.com.au/victoria/police-appeal-to-fugitive-driver-after-innocent-dad-dies-in-drag-crash-20110315-1bw4d.html
The victim’s car had 6 airbags, 5 star ANCAP rating but didn’t stand a chance against a side impact from a vehicle doing 140km/h while street racing another car. Guy had a kid too. When will they learn?

luther_bendross luther_bendross 4:11 pm 16 Mar 11

F-wit. But honestly, cheers for posting the picture and rego.

Solidarity Solidarity 4:21 pm 16 Mar 11

White commodore!

Not condoning it or anything, but there is a big difference between 140km/h and 20km/h.

EvanJames EvanJames 4:23 pm 16 Mar 11

luther_bendross said :

F-wit. But honestly, cheers for posting the picture and rego.

+1. A bit more of this I reckon. Give them some publicity. I wish I’d had the presence of mind to photograph the harriden female road rager a few months back, stamping around at the red light screaming abuse at everyone!

Holden Caulfield Holden Caulfield 4:31 pm 16 Mar 11

Dumb person is dumb.

Deref Deref 4:47 pm 16 Mar 11

luther_bendross said :

F-wit. But honestly, cheers for posting the picture and rego.

Hear hear! Should be more of it!

Ozi Ozi 4:57 pm 16 Mar 11

Make a statement to Police, Traffic Ops blokes will happily seize his car and take him to court on burnout if you make a statement and provide the photo.

creative_canberran creative_canberran 5:07 pm 16 Mar 11

Solidarity said :

White commodore!

Not condoning it or anything, but there is a big difference between 140km/h and 20km/h.

That’s assuming this guy will suddenly obey the speed limit on a straight stretch. I’d say he’d have no issue doing 140 on the GDE, he wouldn’t be the only one.

Solidarity Solidarity 5:10 pm 16 Mar 11

That photo doesn’t prove anything though, yes it’s a white VN Commo doing a donut, but there is nothing to say that the plate number provided matches those on the car. There are many white Commodores out there…

harley harley 5:53 pm 16 Mar 11

Each time he came back around I watched fearing that if he lost control he would slam into the side of me.

So why were you still there the second and third times? You were the audience, he was playing to appease you…

Ozi Ozi 6:03 pm 16 Mar 11

Solidarity said :

That photo doesn’t prove anything though, yes it’s a white VN Commo doing a donut, but there is nothing to say that the plate number provided matches those on the car. There are many white Commodores out there…

Well it does prove a number of things. It corroborates the story, and if the number plates match the vehicle described in the statement(s) provided by the witnesses, who also provided the photograph, then it all makes for a prima facie case. I’d reckon enough to get beyond reasonable doubt.

MWF MWF 8:08 pm 16 Mar 11

harley said :

Each time he came back around I watched fearing that if he lost control he would slam into the side of me.

So why were you still there the second and third times? You were the audience, he was playing to appease you…

Well, at a guess, I’d say that entering the roundabout with such a FUCKWIT already on it was dangerous.

Aeek Aeek 8:27 pm 16 Mar 11

Solidarity said :

That photo doesn’t prove anything though, yes it’s a white VN Commo doing a donut, but there is nothing to say that the plate number provided matches those on the car. There are many white Commodores out there…

enough reason to pull that car over and check the tyres.

creative_canberran creative_canberran 9:06 pm 16 Mar 11

harley said :

Each time he came back around I watched fearing that if he lost control he would slam into the side of me.

So why were you still there the second and third times? You were the audience, he was playing to appease you…

Because you have to give way to traffic already on the round-a-bout. Best read the road rules.

Also a good idea to look up what “appease” means. I doubt this hoon has much in common with Chamberlain.

smont smont 10:00 pm 16 Mar 11

Several years ago I reported an act of extreme dangerous driving (a car overtaking three cars on a country road around a blind corner – yes, you had to see it to believe it) in person to the police, and was given the response “oh well you know there’s not much we can really do about it, unless you’de be prepared to go to court and testify, and then it’s your word against his” etc etc. So I’ve never bothered since.

Br1anL Br1anL 10:39 pm 16 Mar 11

harley said :

Each time he came back around I watched fearing that if he lost control he would slam into the side of me.

So why were you still there the second and third times? You were the audience, he was playing to appease you…

I am not sure about what you would do, but I wasn’t going to pull out in front of him.

Br1anL Br1anL 10:40 pm 16 Mar 11

Ozi said :

Solidarity said :

That photo doesn’t prove anything though, yes it’s a white VN Commo doing a donut, but there is nothing to say that the plate number provided matches those on the car. There are many white Commodores out there…

Well it does prove a number of things. It corroborates the story, and if the number plates match the vehicle described in the statement(s) provided by the witnesses, who also provided the photograph, then it all makes for a prima facie case. I’d reckon enough to get beyond reasonable doubt.

Agreed. My wife took the number and I took the photo. At that speed, the plate was never going to be readable anyway.

Br1anL Br1anL 10:41 pm 16 Mar 11

Ozi said :

Make a statement to Police, Traffic Ops blokes will happily seize his car and take him to court on burnout if you make a statement and provide the photo.

I wasn’t going to do anything because I didn’t think they would bother, but I now think I will walk over to the station tomorrow and report it.

drewbytes drewbytes 7:12 am 17 Mar 11

Br1anL said :

I wasn’t going to do anything because I didn’t think they would bother, but I now think I will walk over to the station tomorrow and report it.

Good work. Having photographic evidence to back up your story should be the clincher in this case.

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