on Tuesday evening offers even a walk on the insane scenes from the Danish roads in the program 'Caught on police camera', and in tonight's title puts a vanvidsbilist new bøderekord.
In the previous section was given a motorist a fine of 42.500 dollars, but it pales in comparison with the fine of 100,000 crowns, which the motorist in the video above will be awarded.
In the clip one can see how he is being chased by the police, but do not intend to stop. The police are trying to shut him up, but it'll get him just to step on the accelerator and push itself through.
- the Driver of the car we are after, running almost directly into the side of patruljebilen and running almost to the door, so the colleague may pull his legs to himself, tells the policewoman Christian Berthelsen about the incident where several cops were in danger.
- this is The second time, the here driver is in a collision with a policeman. Now he must therefore be stopped, says the policewoman Steen Erik Hansen.
After having chased the man, first by car and later on foot, I managed to catch the man, as in the non-registered car has violated the traffic laws for a total of 100,000 dollars.
in Addition to the astronomical fine got the motorist his licence unconditionally withdrawn in two years and a suspended prison sentence of ten months.
More police enforcement,
At the Council for Safe Traffic, it is thought that the solution is more control.
It tells the press officer Søren Ørsted Pedersen to Ekstra Bladet.
- We tend to say, that there must be police enforcement to. Therefore, it is good that the police priority is to hold traffic enforcement. For it is a police operation, there must, he says.
Søren Ørsted Petersen points out how the campaigns against the f.ex. handheld mobile has been effective, but when it comes to the high speed, helps campaigns do not.
- We tend to say that the most effective means in this context, it is the police checks. It is the police's long arm in relation to the to be present on the roads, get stopped, they are here people and show them that it has a consequence, he says.
You can watch the 'Caught on police camera' Tuesday at 20 on Channel 5 as well as on the dplay.