Irish Police Finally Catch Notorious Prawo Jazdy

Prawo_jazdy_katB-1Step aside Keyser Soze. For years, Irish police have hunted notorious Prawo Jazdy, a motorist who had succeeded in evading police for years while racking up speeding and parking tickets across the country. Now, the crime wave of Prawo Jazdy has been brought to an end . . .

Irish police finally realized that they were reading the Polish term for driving license at the top of the card for hundreds of Poles stopped for driving violations.
This is the biggest catch since German police found a serial killer working right under their noses, here.

However, like the devil, Prawo Jazdy greatest trick may have been convincing people that he didn’t exist:

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  2. Do you know how to confuse an Irishman? Show him two shovels and ask him to take his pick.

  3. RastaMan,

    If nothing else, this example of our government’s claims to own, copy, audit and inspect our private information speaks volumes about the mindset of the State. The only wonder is why they ever bothered to inform people at all.

    Things were more honest when they called it Carnivore, popular years before the soft-sounding domestic surveillance of 2008 – 2009. Of course the government won’t be satisfied until the appellation shifts to a full Orwellian-styled Office of Information Protection, or some such doublespeak.

  4. Traditional Irish Greeting: “Is that yourself there now?” They think differently to other countries, that’s for sure. Very amiable…

  5. Off topic but car related


  6. A famous Dublin politician got pulled over for drunk driving because he went the wrong way around a roundabout.

    The Garda says to him over his protestations, “Sir, sorry you definitely were going the wrong way, didn’t you see the arrows?”

    – “Arrows?” he says, “I never saw the Indians!”

  7. Ya know you can always tell an Irishman but you can’t tell an Irishman nothing.

    Are you sure this was not the Polish Police doing this?

    This has to be some joke you know.

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