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February 20, 2009


Irish police have solved the mystery of a Polish recidivist who clocked up 50 traffic offences on different addresses and who was never caught, after one officer noticed his name meant driving licence in Polish.

(Thanks to Horace LaBadie, Andrew Hoenig, Baron von Klyff and Andy the TropicHunt.com™ Guy)


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Is it embarrassing to admit that the Irish are ahead of Florida in oddball driver's license matters?

In Florida, there are a lot of tickets written for people named New Jersey, Georgia and Pennsylvania.

So Ireland's police ended up making themselves the butt of a Polish joke.


Sumwhut related ... (and I know this'll lead to Dumb Nodak jokes) ...

There's a vanity plate around here that has the letters

L-I-C-E-N-S-E ...


Hey, at least they caught him. How many are still on the loose in Palm Beach?

Sure now, if you're goin' to be an Irish copper, you have to learn to talk Irish:


So maybe they'll stop coming after me now.

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