Thursday, June 11, 2009

See Here, Officer

Maybe The Police Were Blind To Logic

A blind British man had to fight a warrant for his arrest - for a series of driving offences. George Day said, "I told them I can't drive because I am blind but they said they would have to take me to court. It was obvious someone has used my name and address."

FOOTNOTE: Driven to distraction.

13 comments:

Karen said...

LOL !!!

Not very bright of the police... :-)

Busy Bee Suz said...

Poor guy!
Your footnote: PERFECT!

Jazz said...

You gotta love bureaucracy.

Mojo said...

Does anyone know the Latin for "Ignorance Abounds"? I'm going to put that on a t-shirt one day, I swear.

I've heard of blind justice before, but I seriously doubt this is what it means.

Nessa said...

Mojo beat me to it.

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Talk about identity theft!!! And where's the common sense in this? Jazz is right...bureaucracy is ridiculous! ~Janine

Shadow said...

blind to logic indeed.

Lee said...

I'm with sniffles, it's a clear case of identity theft. As to the common sense, who ever said that was common?

Cheers!

Moannie said...

It is funny, but it is maddening too.

Brian Miller said...

lol. your honor how can i know what the posted speed is? i can not see the signs.

Maggie May said...

What a carry on. British bureaucracy yet again.

Ananda girl said...

You've got to love a story like this one. So human and so ridiculous.

Eddie Bluelights said...

I expect they turned a blind eye to it eventually ~ as you can see I'm back ~ Eddie