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|17th July 2007, 13:22||#16|
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During my college days with my GF firmly perched behind on my Bullet jumped a red light near Maurice Nagar near Delhi Univ without knowing that a cop was lurking somewhere. Chased me on his bullet but it was a case of privately owned and maintained 2 wheeler Vs the state owned and maintained.
Needless to say I managed to scoot away within the bylanes of the Univ with my GF screaming away to glory at the bursts of speed and twists & turns.
That was thrill then, now I totally disapprove of such behaviours..Ironical..
|17th July 2007, 14:50||#17|
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true, but like you said - be confident. i've been caught that way twice, and the fellow just plucked the keys out. i firmly asked him to first give me back my keys, and that i want him to do it right away. it works.
after all, you're only a traffic violator, and are about to pay for it. you're not a convict.
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