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Phillip bad girl can’t outrun the law in her Lancer

By johnboy - 13 July 2012 19

ACT Policing will charge a 21-year-old Phillip woman with drink-driving, driving with licence suspended, furious/reckless driving and failing to stop when requested by police after a pursuit in Weston early this morning.

Police on patrol in Streeton Drive around 4.20am today (Friday, July 13) attempted a traffic stop on a white Mitsubishi Lancer sedan for the purposes of conducting a roadside screening test on the driver.

The driver failed to stop and a pursuit commenced through Phillip and Mawson. The driver finally stopped in Wilkins St, Mawson, where she refused a roadside screening test and was conveyed to Woden Police Station. She later returned a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) of 0.122.

The pursuit had lasted four and a half minutes, with alleged offender reaching a highest speed of 140km/h.

The woman was conveyed to the ACT Watch House. She is expected to face the ACT Magistrates Court later this morning.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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Phillip bad girl can’t outrun the law in her Lancer
p1 4:39 pm 13 Jul 12

neanderthalsis said :

Solidarity said :

Rawhide Kid Part3 said :

DESTROY THE CAR!!!

That will make them think twice about being DUI again.

If a several thousand dollar fine doesn’t make people think twice, then what makes you think crushing a $500 car will?

But you can just not pay the fine or claim hardship and the greens plan for equatable fines for the common folk will get you off. Crushing their car has a real tangible effect, especially when the car has demigod status as it often does with the urban boganity.

Crushing it is a waste of resources. Give it to an immigrant.

neanderthalsis 3:54 pm 13 Jul 12

Solidarity said :

Rawhide Kid Part3 said :

DESTROY THE CAR!!!

That will make them think twice about being DUI again.

If a several thousand dollar fine doesn’t make people think twice, then what makes you think crushing a $500 car will?

But you can just not pay the fine or claim hardship and the greens plan for equatable fines for the common folk will get you off. Crushing their car has a real tangible effect, especially when the car has demigod status as it often does with the urban boganity.

Solidarity 3:25 pm 13 Jul 12

Rawhide Kid Part3 said :

DESTROY THE CAR!!!

That will make them think twice about being DUI again.

If a several thousand dollar fine doesn’t make people think twice, then what makes you think crushing a $500 car will?

Dilandach 3:25 pm 13 Jul 12

EvanJames said :

Their preferred place on the road is up the arse of other cars (maybe they’re lonely). Have they been assimilated, are they being programmed by some alien force?

Nope, just emulating their knuckle dragging boyfriends who also taught them to ‘drive’.

EvanJames 2:51 pm 13 Jul 12

neanderthalsis said :

A Lancer is the female equivalent of a Commodore. they are usually adorned with “bad girl” stickers, playboy seat covers and bumper stickers that make reference to the owner as a bitch of some description

I sometimes wonder if they’re plugged into some kind of mothership. Females in Lancers and Excels who carefully plaster their cars with the above crap, including the sticker alerting all and sundry that the owner is an unpleasant person, the uniform is an unflatteringly fake-looking hairstyle and enormous sunglasses (are they some kind of fly?), and if they do something wrong on the road, their middle finger goes up. Their preferred place on the road is up the arse of other cars (maybe they’re lonely). Have they been assimilated, are they being programmed by some alien force?

Spiral 1:45 pm 13 Jul 12

And those family stickers on the back (If she doesn’t have a family it would have a cat and horse)

Primal 1:35 pm 13 Jul 12

If it had frangipani stickers on it… *checks card*… I think I have a bingo!

Rawhide Kid Part3 1:32 pm 13 Jul 12

DESTROY THE CAR!!! That will make them think twice about being DUI again.

SigmaOctantis 12:50 pm 13 Jul 12

I’m always amused by the pink rego plates that usually adorn white lancers. It’s as if the driver is making a statement of ‘look, I still have some femininity, honest’.

cynical_rendering 12:42 pm 13 Jul 12

neanderthalsis said :

Holden Caulfield said :

“…white Mitsubishi Lancer…”

I hope they stop her before she graduates to a white Commodore.

A Lancer is the female equivalent of a Commodore. they are usually adorned with “bad girl” stickers, playboy seat covers and bumper stickers that make reference to the owner as a bitch of some description

More recently adorned with ‘southern cross’ and ‘UNIT’ stickers to further align themselves with their male bogan counterparts.

p1 12:37 pm 13 Jul 12

neanderthalsis said :

…they are usually adorned with “bad girl” stickers, playboy seat covers and bumper stickers that make reference to the owner as a bitch of some description.

I always wondered about those playboy stickers. Do they mean the girl likes to make pr0n or consume pr0n? I assume (for cars with female drivers) that it usually means aspirations to produce it, since playboy aimed at men. Unless every car with playboy logos is owned by a lesbian – but that doesn’t seem likely.

neanderthalsis 12:21 pm 13 Jul 12

Holden Caulfield said :

“…white Mitsubishi Lancer…”

I hope they stop her before she graduates to a white Commodore.

A Lancer is the female equivalent of a Commodore. they are usually adorned with “bad girl” stickers, playboy seat covers and bumper stickers that make reference to the owner as a bitch of some description

Mysteryman 12:16 pm 13 Jul 12

Very Busy said :

“ACT Policing will charge a 21-year-old Phillip woman with drink-driving, driving with licence suspended, furious/reckless driving and failing to stop when requested by police after a pursuit in Weston early this morning.”

Surely these charges should result in a significant custodial sentence if she is found guilty. She has proven that she is prepared to drive on a suspended license. What will stop her from doing so again if she is let loose in the community. By the nature of the other charges, it is obvious that this woman, when she gets behind the wheel again, is a very real danger and a threat to the safety of the community.

I read this bit and figured you must be new to Canberra.

Very Busy said :

Now let’s see if we are let down by the judiciary again.

Then I read this bit and realised you’ve been here long enough to know how things work.

Very Busy 12:04 pm 13 Jul 12

“ACT Policing will charge a 21-year-old Phillip woman with drink-driving, driving with licence suspended, furious/reckless driving and failing to stop when requested by police after a pursuit in Weston early this morning.”

Surely these charges should result in a significant custodial sentence if she is found guilty. She has proven that she is prepared to drive on a suspended license. What will stop her from doing so again if she is let loose in the community. By the nature of the other charges, it is obvious that this woman, when she gets behind the wheel again, is a very real danger and a threat to the safety of the community.

Now let’s see if we are let down by the judiciary again.

Holden Caulfield 11:17 am 13 Jul 12

“…white Mitsubishi Lancer…”

I hope they stop her before she graduates to a white Commodore.

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