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Old May 31st 13, 11:32 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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Old May 31st 13, 11:39 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On 31/05/2013 11:32, Partac wrote:

http://www.windsorexpress.co.uk/News...t-31052013.htm


QUOTE:
....the woman told an employee at the estate agent she was in a rush to
get a train to work when she cycled up the street and had not realised
it was one-way.
ENDQUOTE

What, it's on her way to the station where she catches the train to work
every day and she "had not realised it was one-way"?

Yeah, right.
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Old May 31st 13, 11:41 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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Partac wrote:
http://www.windsorexpress.co.uk/News...t-31052013.htm


Arrested for trying to ride off before getting a FPN, typical cyclist hoping
that anonymity will prevent apprehension.


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Old May 31st 13, 03:41 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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"Mrcheerful" wrote in message ...

Partac wrote:
http://www.windsorexpress.co.uk/News...t-31052013.htm


Arrested for trying to ride off before getting a FPN, typical cyclist hoping
that anonymity will prevent apprehension.

I'm just amazed at how she thought trying to make off from a police stop a
"minor matter".
Just gives some insight into the mind of a psycholist, I suppose.

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Old May 31st 13, 05:40 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On 31 mei, 16:41, "Partac" wrote:
"Mrcheerful" *wrote in ...
Partac wrote:
http://www.windsorexpress.co.uk/News...ist-arrested-f...


Arrested for trying to ride off before getting a FPN, typical cyclist hoping
that anonymity will prevent apprehension.

I'm just amazed at how she thought trying to make off from a police stop a
"minor matter".
Just gives some insight into the mind of a psycholist, I suppose.


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Old May 31st 13, 05:47 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On 31 mei, 16:41, "Partac" wrote:
"Mrcheerful" *wrote in ...
Partac wrote:
http://www.windsorexpress.co.uk/News...ist-arrested-f...


Arrested for trying to ride off before getting a FPN, typical cyclist hoping
that anonymity will prevent apprehension.

I'm just amazed at how she thought trying to make off from a police stop a
"minor matter".

You cannot possibly know what she thought. So you are amazed by
something you do not know - you must be in a constant state of
amazement.
The only reference to it being a "minor matter" is from Chris Littler,
manager of the Frost Partnership and not from the arrested female
cyclist.

Just gives some insight into the mind of a psycholist, I suppose.

No insight is given by the glaring inaccuracies in your posting,
except into your idiocy.
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Old May 31st 13, 05:50 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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"Justin" wrote in message
...

On 31 mei, 16:41, "Partac" wrote:
"Mrcheerful" wrote in ...
Partac wrote:
http://www.windsorexpress.co.uk/News...ist-arrested-f...


Arrested for trying to ride off before getting a FPN, typical cyclist
hoping
that anonymity will prevent apprehension.

I'm just amazed at how she thought trying to make off from a police stop a
"minor matter".

You cannot possibly know what she thought. So you are amazed by
something you do not know - you must be in a constant state of
amazement.
The only reference to it being a "minor matter" is from Chris Littler,
manager of the Frost Partnership and not from the arrested female
cyclist.

Just gives some insight into the mind of a psycholist, I suppose.

No insight is given by the glaring inaccuracies in your posting,
except into your idiocy.

I take it you're trying to imply the incident did not happen. Denial has
always been one of your many weak points.

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Old May 31st 13, 06:38 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On 31 mei, 18:50, "Partac" wrote:
"Justin" *wrote in message

...

On 31 mei, 16:41, "Partac" wrote: "Mrcheerful" *wrote in ...
Partac wrote:
http://www.windsorexpress.co.uk/News...ist-arrested-f....


Arrested for trying to ride off before getting a FPN, typical cyclist
hoping
that anonymity will prevent apprehension.


I'm just amazed at how she thought trying to make off from a police stop a
"minor matter".


You cannot possibly know what she thought. So you are amazed by
something you do not know - you must be in a constant state of
amazement.
The only reference to it being a "minor matter" is from Chris Littler,
manager of the Frost Partnership and not from the arrested female
cyclist.

Just gives some insight into the mind of a psycholist, I suppose.


No insight is given by the glaring inaccuracies in your posting,
except into your idiocy.

I take it you're trying to imply the incident did not happen.

.............by referring, by name, to a witness to the incident? The
implication is that the incident happened.

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Old June 1st 13, 02:14 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On May 31, 11:39*am, JNugent wrote:
On 31/05/2013 11:32, Partac wrote:

http://www.windsorexpress.co.uk/News...ist-arrested-f...


QUOTE:
...the woman told an employee at the estate agent she was in a rush to
get a train to work when she cycled up the street and had not realised
it was one-way.
ENDQUOTE

What, it's on her way to the station where she catches the train to work
every day and she "had not realised it was one-way"?

Yeah, right.


fro m the article in question it seems that an officer for the crown
collection agency believed that the cyclist's thinking be wrong and
decided he could arrest despite there being no evidence that any
signage (whether or not exists) was contravened with intent, or
otherwise. By all accounts presented, this appears to be an unlawful
arrest causing personal injury and unnecessary detention.
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Old June 1st 13, 02:18 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On May 31, 3:41*pm, "Partac" wrote:
"Mrcheerful" *wrote in ...
Partac wrote:
http://www.windsorexpress.co.uk/News...ist-arrested-f...


Arrested for trying to ride off before getting a FPN, typical cyclist hoping
that anonymity will prevent apprehension.

I'm just amazed at how she thought trying to make off from a police stop a
"minor matter".



If she believes that he has not been lawfully authorised to stop her
from travelling, he hasn't, she is totally in order to continue on her
way.

Just gives some insight into the mind of a psycholist, I suppose.


 




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