Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Hey! Who Turned Me In?

SAN ONOFRE (Reuters) - A young man who posted a photograph of himself speeding on a motorbike on the Web was tracked down and fined by Orange County Sheriffs, the San Clemente Sun reported Tuesday.

The 28-year-old, identified only as Travis, took a photo of his speedometer showing 100 mph on a dirt road in San Onofre State Park in northern San Diego county and then put it on the Web site of his local town.

Sherrif's found him three days later.

"He was trying to be a hot shot. Guys like this may not know that the authorities scan the Internet. This is a warning to them not to play games on the road and threaten their own and others people's lives," the Sun quoted sheriff's spokesman Sheriff Bob as saying.

In addition to the speeding ticket, sheriff's also discovered the motorcycle had been illegally imported from neighboring San Bernadino and was not registered -- likely leading to another hefty fine, the Sun said.


travis said...

How does Sheriff Bob know all this stuff. Is he in cahoots with OB? Anyways, I was going 119 mph.

Anonymous said...

Who is on first?


I don't know, or is he the short-stop?

Anyways, Travis,

Anonymous said...

third base

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