No one is safe from the mystical forces of a perfect booty; just ask U.K. man, Doug Maclean.
Maclean was driving his vehicle (no doubt listening to Nickleback) when he locked eyes on a female pedestrian’s gorgeous derriere. According to MSNnow, when law enforcement witnessed his creepy bootylicious stare, they fined him £60 ($93) for taking his eyes off the road and onto her bum. Maclean attempted to argue his way out of the citation by insisting he neither cat called nor rubbernecked outside the window, but since the whole thing was caught on camera, he was pretty much screwed.
Maclean told MailOnline, “Nicking another bloke for looking at a pretty girl is no way to earn a living,” and something in me kinda agrees. I wasn’t there to witness Maclean’s oglefest and I’m not the poor pedestrian who had to feel the creepy tidal wave stare of being reimagined in all sorts of compromising positions, but as far as distracted driving is concerned, gimme a break. How is a man and a butt stare any different than a driver and a billboard stare? It isn’t, and yet billboard advertising is perfectly legal and intended to be read by drivers.
Yes, distracted driving is dangerous and stupid and yes, butt ogling is distasteful and creepy, but was it worth a $93 fine? Me thinks not.
What do you think about Maclean’s butt stare citation?
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