Horny bloke having ‘adult time with female friend’ in car reverses into cop car

A horny bloke was spotted having “adult time” with a “female friend” in his car before reversing into a police car while driving off.

The bizarre incident happened in the early hours of yesterday morning (January 2) in Manchester.

According to Greater Manchester Police's Manchester City Centre team, the bloke was in a “hurry” to get away from the scene after being spotted by the unmarked police car, which was in a trading estate off Ashton New Road/Mancunian Way – right near Manchester City's Etihad Stadium.

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However, while trying to get out of the space he was parked in before speeding off, he rammed into the police car in reverse, and was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving.

GMP City Centre tweeted: “Male driver trying to get off, reversed into our marked police car. Seems he was in a hurry to get off as he didn’t want officers to realise he was having some adult time with his female friend. Unfortunately for him, he’s now been arrested for drink driving.

“All officers OK, thankfully very low speed, and minimal damage to police vehicle.

“It happened around 0020hrs this morning 2/1/23, in the trading estate off Ashton New Road /Mancunian Way.”
Twitter being Twitter, users responded in a comedic fashion.

One wrote: “Sounds like there was a coming together.”
And a second posted: “Harsh blow.”

A third slammed the police for ruining the moment, saying that “romance is dead”.

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According to the Manchester Evening News, anybody convicted of being in charge of a vehicle while above the legal limit or unfit through drink faces a punishment of up to three months’ imprisonment, a fine of up to £2,500 and a possible driving ban.

Anybody convicted of driving or attempting to drive while above the legal limit or unfit through drink can be sentenced to a maximum six months’ imprisonment, an unlimited fine and a one-year driving ban (three years if convicted twice in 10 years).

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