For the sake of business, the police will drive in a car filled with waterFebruary 22, 2020
Australian officers have a difficult experiment to prove the driver’s guilt
Adelaide police intend to bring to justice an Australian blogger for dangerous driving, to the eyeballs filled with water. However, in order to prove his guilt, they themselves will have to repeat this trick.
Michael Pranker’s case has been going on for more than a year, and may soon be off the ground. Adelaide police became interested in a blogger after his video, published on YouTube in January 2019. In it, he drove through the streets of the city on a Ford Laser, filled with water. The driver “plunged” into the cabin through the sunroof and was prepared for “underwater driving” – armed with a mask and oxygen cylinder.
Michael managed to drive through the streets of the city, park at the supermarket, buy everything he needed and go back. On the way he did not meet a single road patrol.
The police became interested in the trick of Michael after the publication of the video. The blogger was accused of dangerous driving, but in order to bring him to justice, the police have to prove in court that driving a car filled with water really belongs to the category of “dangerous”.
To do this, the officers will play Michael’s trick and record how such a machine maneuvers, goes through turns, how it brakes and how it accelerates. Moreover, the police turned to the blogger for help in organizing the experiment.
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