Female driver fined for apparently looking persuasively pretty

Female driver fined for apparently looking persuasively pretty

A traffic agent is currently under investigation for using an official document for unauthorised purposes after he tried to impress an attractive female driver by issuing her a ticket for “Excessive beauty on public roads”.

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A traffic agent issued a ticket to an attractive female driver for ‘‘Excessive beauty on public roads’’ in an attempt to impress her, and he is currently being investigated for using an official document for unauthorised purpose.

The unusual incident occurred on May 25 in the Uruguayan city of Paysandú.

An unnamed traffic agent allegedly stopped a female motorist, and impressed by her physical looks, he proceeded to write her a ticket for “Imprudence while driving (excessive beauty on public roads)”.

To make his intentions obvious, the public servant also wrote “I love you” in the ‘observations’ section of the ticket.

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He was just trying to be cute and never imagined that the stunt could land him in hot water, but after the ticket was posted on social media and quickly went viral, his superiors started an investigation.

The controversial traffic ticket got mixed reactions from social media users.

While some declared their admiration for the traffic agent’s daring attempt at flirtation, others accused him of abuse of power and harassment. Some people started referring to him as “The enamoured traffic agent”.

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The man’s superiors weren’t too impressed with his gesture, and ABC reports that they’ve started an investigation.

He is accused of issuing an official document for unauthorised purposes and, if found guilty, he risks a temporary suspension, demotion, or even getting dismissed from the traffic police.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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