United Kingdom: Radar confused his car with T-shirt

David Knight, 54, from Dorking (UK) was fined 90 pounds (about 106 euros) last month for using a bus lane in Bath, the Daily Mail reported. Problem: He never took this axle which is located at a distance of about 200 km from his home. Therefore, he along with his wife Paula asked for a picture of the crime. And there, astonishment: We see a woman in the photo walking down the bus lane, wearing a T-shirt with the word “KNITTER” written on it. Radar appears to have confused it with the license plate number of David Knight’s Volkswagen pickup truck “KN19TER”.

The alleged offense was in June, but David Knight received a fine only last month. After this the couple contacted the officials and informed them about their mistake. Pleased with this error, the Traffic Offenses Service categorically canceled the fine. Paula Knight told the Daily Mail that her interlocutor “burst out of laughs” at the end of the line.

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“The fine had already gone up to £60 to £90 because we didn’t pay within 30 days,” she said. He continued: “Apparently no one had looked at the photo and it was computer generated.” As for David Knight, whose license plate bears his nickname “Knighter,” he hasn’t even thought for a second of paying this fine. “We laughed a lot about it. There was no way I was going to pay for a woman walking down the bus lane with a weird T-shirt!”

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