Eat the Rich

Class Warfare Breaks Out As Londoner Eggs Woman Driving A Ferrari. Rich residents of London are notoriously upset with richer foreigners who summer in the British capital, filling the streets with supercars. Recently, one of these Brits egged a Ferrari. Shit just got real.This particular incident occurred on fancy-fancy Sloan street over the weekend. As a yellow Ferrari […]

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Spied in Phoe – Wait, WHAT?!

That’s not Phoenix.  While the flags sort of look confederate, the expensive cars, the absence of cinder blocks under them (or WalMarts or trailer parks) and the fancy pants building in the background all tell us that this is NOT ARIZONA. Or Alabama. Y’all. Photo (c) 2009, 8 Barrel International House of Photography. All Rights […]

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Cop or not?

So let’s see: Black paint weird fender lights weird license plate what, what, WHAT?  Since when do cops get to move their steering wheels? I am gonna say no on cop, although i could easily be convinced it’s the Darth F. Vader-mobile

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Enzo Wept

SHOCKED showroom driver Martin Bullen faced a tricky phone call to his boss after this £250,000 Ferrari went up in smoke. Martin, 43, was at the wheel as the 599 GTB Fiorano burst into flames at traffic lights. Firefighters were quickly on the scene and doused the blaze – but the car was wrecked. And […]

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Remind me to avoid Britain

Here’s your Union Jack, bitches

UK: Heavy Sentence for Disrespecting Traffic Camera

Courts impose heavy sentences on motorcyclists accused of showing disrespect toward a speed camera.

Two UK motorcyclists received heavy court sentences for showing disrespect toward a speed camera. Alexander Bell, 21, used his feet to cover up the license plate of his 125cc Gilera Runner scooter in Southhampton…  “An example must be made so others don’t get the bright idea of covering their number plates in this way,” … Bell was charged with perverting the course of justice and speeding… a one-month jail sentence, six license demerit points and a six-month driving ban on the youth.
Patrick Sheehan-Dinler, 29, was accused of giving a speed camera the finger on sixty-six occasions… over the course of two years. To conceal his identity, the man used six different motorcycles registered under different names with different sets of clothing to confuse police. But the police searched for the clothing on eBay and tracked Sheehan-Dinler down through purchasing records obtained from the online auction website [:] 200 hours of community service, a six-month suspended jail sentence and a £300 (US $600) fine.
Source: Heels Angel (Basingstoke Gazette (UK), 3/15/2008)

I would never flip off a photo radar.

(Unless I saw it in time to get my hand up.)

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