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The Netherlands: Police Lose Mobile Radar Gun

23
January
2014
  Posted at 02:00:00 PM
  File under  Uniformed Funny
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France
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Belgium Radar
Too funny. A police who was checking speeds with his mobile radar in Zaandam, The Netherlands went on his coffee/doughnut brake. The cop was very trusting since he left his radar equipment on its own. When he came back, you can guess what had happened.... the radar was gone.

The copper panicked and started canvassing the neighborhood to see if anyone had seen who had stolen his equipment. But as usual, nobody saw anything.

Lucky for him, a few hours later the radar was found again! The people who had taken it were other cops who needed it for their speed trap. They saw the radar and took it, never letting the initial cop know.

But it's not the first time this has happened. A few years ago a couple of cops lost their radar when they went for a lunch break. On their return, the radar was gone, never to be found again (they even had the fire brigade dive in the nearby lake).

It's just too funny this...ROTFL Smiley

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