Normally when exiting a holy place, such as a church car park, you would think that drivers would be courteous and mindful of where they have just come from.
But, as we already know, this kind of respect seems to be in short supply at the moment.
When Police in Coventry just happened to see a Mercedes pulling out of a local church car park, then they were rather surprised to hear the driver slam the pedal-to-the-metal as he wasted good rubber on his exit in the form of a wheel spin.
Understandably, the police got behind the Mercedes and indicated for the driver to stop.
After a chat with the driver and having found out that the vehicle was not insured, the church-racer probably wondered where his luck had disappeared to once he found out that he would reported for not only the offence of having no insurance, but for having two children in the back who were not properly secured.
Just why the driver was in such a rush to leave the church car park in the dead of night is a mystery.
Perhaps he saw a ghost? Or maybe he saw the police and tried to make a swift exit. Either way, it tough luck for this driver.
The Police also rejoiced in finding this uninsured driver with the following tweet:
Followers also shared their on thoughts on the actions of the driver by replying to the #ThouShaltNotWheelSpin tweet:
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