The it’s time for all right minded motorists to get a nice set of bull-bars fitted and rid the roads of the unwashed, untaxed, uninsured, smug, law breaking, bad manered louts who hide under the name of ‘cyclists’.
The original wording I saw just said “beers, lagers and ciders”. (Quite how lager isn’t classified as a beer there I’m not sure).
Apart from what I think is the snobbery aspect – obviously only the riff raff would drink that – it just means that the intended people it’s targetting are just going to go to Lidl and get a bottle of Vodka or wine instead.
Really grinds my gears.
Maybe if the police weren’t so busy looking after big business’s interests (see the shoplifting article) they could possibly find time to wander around the communities and provide a presence so antisocial behaviour is less likely to happen.
If Arriva want to prosecute under section 5 then they have to prove intent. If however, they prosecute under the Railway Bylaw section 18 then it’s a strict liability offence of having no ticket. The latter charge does not carry the threat of a criminal record.
And at the moment, the payment requested is NOT a fine. Only a court can impose a fine. It’s more of an out of court settlement. The TOCs generally prefer this as they get to keep the money, if it goes to prosection then they don’t receive any proportion of the fine.
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