"Assault on a police officer", good luck with that.Originally Posted by TFAI'm no expert, but shouldn't this sort of thing be an automatic flunk-out de-badging?Originally Posted by TFA
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now that i see its from south africa , meh
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If a citizen tried to do that in the US, he would have been shot and the officer given a medal for his bravery and courage.
I don't think in North America that it's a good idea to physically remove an officer from his vehicle, that could end badly, lol. South Africa is a whole different ball game. Just imagine some of their car "anti-theft" devices being used here - I don't think so:
Last edited by flyfishinwoman; 01-18-2013 at 08:53 PM.
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Wow, thats a bit extreme. I would rather lose my car than have someone burned like that. I mean what if its just some kid kicking your car and that thing goes off.
Health and life should always be more precious than material objects but i can understand the frustration high crime rate can inflict.
Last edited by BROSKI; 01-19-2013 at 04:56 AM.
shovelhead had one on his bike haha
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