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Steve Farrell  says:

Ouch! Cop’s parking cock-up could cost £5,000

They’re supposed to be the best riders on the road, trained to the highest possible standard to deal with any eventuality. But judging by this picture, taken at Scotland Yard, parking isn’t covered.  The five bikes dominoed causing thousands of pounds worth of damage after an officer “slipped while putting his stand down,” according to a police source. The BMWs...

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  • Posted 6 years ago (03 August 2009 15:21)

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Nov 02

Posts: 1336

norris says:

Police bikes

So...We can safely assume...They're not 'unmarked' bikes then..Fnaa fnaa

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Oct 05

Posts: 31

mike1300 says:

Police bikes

i am not laughing honest officer

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Mar 09

Posts: 18

I am presuming they will all be sent on bike safety course

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Mar 08

Posts: 11

Rozzers... never change.

Anyone else notice there's a copper there already taking down the particulars??

"And how fast were you going... EXACTLY??"

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May 07

Posts: 852

Shame the bunch of tossers weren't on them!!!

It's funny how going for a few donuts before you go out to penailise the Nation for speeding (when its clearly about the money) can cost so badly!!!!

THAT is funny.

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Jun 03

Posts: 186

lenb says:

How much damage

Where does our tax £ go? £1800 for a driveshaft on a dropped RT at a standstill. I dropped a R1200RT on a car park, held on to it and wound up on topof bike unable to get up, mates pulled  me off the bike,  bloody funny. Damage a scuffed pannier lid and engine protector. mirror clipped straight back on. Cost £35 for a cylinder protector and a drink to a mate to spray pannier lid. A BM is not made of chocolate if a drop like that ruins the final drive then god help us.

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Sep 08

Posts: 498

a freind of mine recently saw 5 police motorcyclists crash ino one another on a round-about whilst on some training i presume, the second to last rider hit the one in front and all bar 1 ended up on their arses. My friend got out of her car and tried to take a picture on her phone but the police officers involved were quick to prevent her from doing so.

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Apr 09

Posts: 1

Hypnotist says:

Canteen miss-hap

Who was it that said ? "last one to the canteen pays"

The Defective on the right is trying to work out whats wrong " Ah some one has stolen the stands"

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Jan 09

Posts: 158


How typical of today's "society" that rather than help a fallen rider, a muppet would rather take a picture! Pathetic

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Oct 06

Posts: 5

SteelD says:


I think seniorspanner needs glasses. I see no fallen rider in need of help...

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