Englishman Takes Police On 100MPH Chase and Then Posts Route On Social Media

Connor Lloyd, 20, is someone who has as little judgment as he does self-control. That would explain first taking police on a high speed chase in Cambridge and then, after he escaped, he posted his route and bragged on social media. He is now going to jail.

Lloyd went on a 100mph chase with police until the police decided to cut off the chase to protect the public. Lloyd blew through red lights and drove on the wrong side of the road in his Honda Civic.

Lloyd then posted a map of the route he used to escape on Facebook and even wrote “speeding” on it. He added, “Well it all started here. I will draw a line of where I went.”

Lloyd has now been sent to jail for six months. Another “victim” of social media.

14 thoughts on “Englishman Takes Police On 100MPH Chase and Then Posts Route On Social Media

  1. My deepest hope for this man is to soon see him win a Darwin Award (dead), and that no other person, creature, nor property is damaged except for his own.

  2. “Lloyd went on a 100mph chase with police until the police decided to cut off the chase to protect the public. Lloyd blew through red lights and drove on the wrong side of the road in his Honda Civic.”

    All in all, very impressive for a Honda Civic.

  3. See what I know; I thought they used kph in England. If he’s driving on the wrong side of the road at 100 mph in England then what side of the road would that be?

  4. At 20, the judgement part of his brain isn’t fully developed. There is hope for him yet. With judgement he wouldn’t have been speeding away from cops in the first place, so the social media bit would have no reason to occur.

  5. Well, Little Lloyd deserves an Irish Poem!!!

    Oh Hie???
    An Irish Poem by Squeeky Fromm

    There once was a fellow from Britain,
    Who with his own self was quite smitten!
    He posted his crime,
    On Facebook in real time. . .
    Sooo, now in the gaol he is sittin’.

    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

    “Gaol” is pronounced the same as “jail” and means the same thing. In England, they even have a special gaol where the inmates sit around and read books all day.

    • Squeeky – I wrote a Readers Theatre play juxtaposing Wilde’s works with his trial transcript for sodomy. It was fascinating. We did it for the Exotic Art Festival (used to the the Erotic Art Festival).

  6. So what was the reason to risk other people lives in the process? In nj these chases are prohibited for a reson. There are only a few exceptions. I don’t feel any safer being protected by dumb cop chasing a fellow moron driving 100 mph through children playground over mean look by the driver
    .

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