Police praised for helping speeding student get of his exam
Good faith Police in France have taken pity on a student detained when they were to run to pass their final exams.
The officers confiscated the license of the young woman, who was captured at 125 km / h, 45 km from the speed limit.
But when they were told to go through a review, they decided to submit it to the examination center.
The child’s parents praised the “kindness and humanity” of the officers.
“It’s rare to receive a thank-you letter after you remove the license from someone,” police said in a statement.
“This explanation does not justify the crime, but in the light of this particular situation, the police showed that they understood.
“It was decided to place the student in the examination center, using a police vehicle.”
The incident took place near Nouzilly, about 200 kilometers southwest of Paris on June 8, but police details were only released on June 20.