Provisional Driver Caught Doing 170km/h Told Police He Was ‘Busting For A Poo’
When nature calls, it can come pretty quick. While some people might have a pelvic floor harder than concrete, others might feel the need to get to a toilet quick more than others.
Usually, you try to stay calm and navigate your way into the bathroom and hope you don't go all Bridesmaids into the sink. Sadly though, if you're driving then it can be a bit trickier to find said toilet.
You could just pull over and pop a squat on the side of the road, however some people might need the comfort of their own bathroom. Kind of like this bloke who was allegedly caught speeding in Victoria over the long weekend.
The driver wasn't doing just a few clicks above the limit though. Police allege the bloke was doing a whopping 170km/h in a 100 zone as well as having a smashed windscreen and two bald tires.
When cops pulled him over and asked the reason for him speeding so much his excuse was he was 'busting for a poo'.
I mean, when you've got to go, you've gotta go guys. But we don't think that argument will stack up in court.
He certainly wasn't the only person caught speeding over the weekend in Victoria, with another driver allegedly clocked going 179km/h on Ring Road near Tullamarine Freeway.
Police attached to the Moonee Valley Police Service Area posted on Facebook: "Driver has only owned the car for a few days. He told police he was tired and wanted to get home quickly.
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"At least he did get home...albeit with a delay waiting for a tow truck to impound his car."
Before that drongo was caught, a P-plater was allegedly seen doing 160km/h in a 100 zone in Dromana.
Victoria Police wrote: "His vehicle has been impounded for 30 days at a cost of $1,280. He is expected to be charged on summons with speed dangerous and exceeding the speed limit.
"This is a timely reminder that any police officer travelling in a marked or unmarked vehicle can intercept anyone at any time.
"Luckily this motorist was intercepted by the MCIU member before he was the subject of a major collision investigation.
"This impound forms part of Operation Regal, a four-day high visibility road policing operation over the Queen's birthday long weekend."
Well, if you play with fire, you're more than likely to get burned. Police will be out in force across Australia for the Queen's Birthday Long Weekend.
Featured Image Credit: Moonee Valley Police Service Area