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A FURIOUS mum was left with a $500 fine after bungling cops thought they spotted her driving and texting at the same time but the cops made a huge blunder as they go some details wrong.
Michelle Course was charged in November last year with driving while on her mobile phone – but a serious police blunder saw her vindicated.
Despite significant evidence, the mum-of-one from Melbourne, Australia, was slapped with a $496 fineCredit: A Current Affair
Despite significant evidence, the mum-of-one from Melbourne, Australia, was slapped with a AU$496 fine after a police officer pulled her over when he thought she was using her phone and driving.
But she insists she was just eating an ice cream.
After being pulled over, she showed police her ice cream wrapper and stick from her Magnum treat and a receipt showing she bought it six minutes before she was pulled over.
Ms. Course has always maintained that she was eating a Magnum Ego ice cream, her favourite treat.
She told A Current Affair in 2020: “There’s no way I could be eating my Magnum Ego, holding my phone, and driving at the same time.”
It didn’t matter to the highway patrolman, who slapped her with the £268 infringement fine.
Despite reservations about dealing with the justice system, Ms. Course decided to stand up for her principles saying she shouldn’t pay a fine for something that she didn’t do.