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Two men charged over reckless speed camera taunt north of Perth

Two males have been charged with recklessly driving an unregistered automotive at 119 kilometres an hour whereas one lay on the bonnet ingesting and giving the center finger to a velocity digital camera.

At 2.20am on October 23 final 12 months, a set velocity digital camera in Gabbadah, about an hour north of Perth, allegedly caught the pair in a Ford utility driving nicely over the 100 kilometre per hour restrict.

An image captured by the speed camera shows a man lying on the bonnet of the car while raising the middle finger at the camera.

A picture captured by the velocity digital camera reveals a person mendacity on the bonnet of the automotive whereas elevating the center finger on the digital camera. Credit score:WA Police

A police assertion alleged a person was pictured laying on the bonnet of the car, “holding a bottle in a single hand, and gesticulating in direction of the velocity digital camera with the center finger of his different hand”.

Visitors investigations officers have now charged the 2 males.

The alleged driver, a 23-year-old man from Gabbadah, has been charged with reckless driving, drove, precipitated or permitted a car with a cast, reproduction or false plate to be pushed on a street, and utilizing an unlicensed car.

A 31-year-old man from Guilderton, alleged to be the person on the bonnet of the car, has been charged with reckless driving.

Each males will seem in Joondalup Magistrates Courtroom on Friday.

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