Most police officers would, at some point, have no-douubt come into contact with the sort of person who feels ‘brave’ enough to shout obscenities at them from a distance.
The majority of the time, these ‘brave’ individuals think that they are far enough away from the police in order to shout their obscenities without getting caught.
But things do not always work out for this type of individual.
One male in Waltham Forest decided to shout ‘f**k the feds’ as he drove past a Neighbourhood Tasking Team and some Met Police Special Constables.
However, the male, as is sometimes the case, was not able to vanish into the darkness of the night and was instead promtly stopped by the units who he had just verbally abused.
It turned out that the male did not only enjoy being abusive from the safety of his
Suffice to say that the vehicle was seized from the individual and it was taken to the local car pound whilst the red-faced male then had to make the rest of his way to his destination on foot.
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