When wrong’ uns decide that they do not want to stop for the police and end up thrashing through the streets like lunatics, then countless lives are put at considerable risk by the selfish and cowardly actions of these drivers who make off.
However, we now think that we have perhaps found the answer: a police tank!
If someone decided that they wanted to try and evade the police, then the tank could simply let off one salvo aimed squarely at the vehicle trying to get away and then it would be game over for the vehicle (and occupants).
Seeing cars driving the wrong way down a one way street or driving the wrong way around a roundabout as they try to outmaneuver the cops would be a thing of the past.
There would be no more intrusive investigations into the police officers involved in the pursuit and there would be no need to find non-existent cell space for the fleeing driver.
The officers in the tank would not have to worry too much about be rammed by the fleeing vehicle either and could even just drive over the car instead of firing a shot in order to save some much-needed money.
The thing is, the individuals who make off from the police do not care about their own safety and do not care about the safety of other road users. So why should we care about them?
So if they were ‘apprehended’ by a tank shell, then everyone would be a winner. problem solved.
We’ll make our suggestions to the Home Secretary and see whether or not he is up for the ‘challenge’.
We could even employ veterans to drive the tanks rather than having to try and train police drivers to drive and operate the massive vehicles.
Roads being blocked by inconsiderate parking would also be a thing of the past, as the police tank could just drive right over them.
We think that West Midlands Police should be the first to trial them.
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