The hypocrisy of Police and mobile phones

Driving whilst being on a mobile phone is dangerous, obviously. Thankfully, my good old 2004 Toyota has a Bluetooth phone, one of the first.

People who are on their phones (I mean holding them) deserve everything that they get but, yet again, the Police target more male drivers than females. Even these women who drive around in their “Chelsea Tractors” are on their phones. If they can afford a Range Rover, they can afford to have Bluetooth. In most cases, it is probably installed in the car anyway. But women know that they will just get a slap on the wrist from the Police

But that is not what I want to talk about; it is the Police.

In many many “crime” programmes, you see a single police person driving at high speed on their radios.

If the Police can afford high performance cars, they can afford to put in some sort of Bluetooth so that the driver does not have to drive one handed, whilst holding the mike in the other hand.

Again, it is one rule for the Police, another for Joe Public

Published by David Hender (copyright owner- all rights reserved)

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