Most police officers would have, at some point during their patrolling days (and nights), come across a couple who have decided to park up and ‘have a cuddle’.
Sometimes they can be found during daylight areas in built-up areas. Whilst on other occasions, they can be found in the thousands of unlit car parks around the country.
It’s always a bit of an awkward affair when, as a police officer, you have to walk up to the car, knock on the window and then make sure that everyone in the vehicle is ‘ok’.
And, of course, it is probably much more awkward for the ‘fornicating’ couple when they have a police officer glaring at them during their ‘vinegar strokes’.
But then, the police do need to check on the welfare of the individuals in the car, just in case one of them is there against their will.
And that’s why the police will and do ‘check things out’ whenever they stumble across people having cuddles in their ‘birthday suits’.
However, for one officer, after making sure all was well with a couple, he then proceeded to leave the scene by carrying out a complicated maneuver in the dark.
During the attempt to leave, the police car became well-and-truly stuck in the mud, meaning that some hard work hard to be called upon in order to free the vehicle.
The only question now is, what is the suitable ‘cake fine’ that should be levied against the officer?
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