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Police Pull Over “Speeding” Man on Scooter

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A disabled man in a scooter was pulled over last week in Brandenburg, Germany after cruizing past a speed trap going at the maximum speed the scooter could go, a whopping 4 MPH.  

According to a German website five cops stopped the 63-year-old man who has been confined to the scooter after a series of strokes.

The police claimed he was going twice the posted limit, despite the fact that the manufacturer claims the vehicle can only go 4 MPH at the fastest.

Then they insisted that for the infraction that the man push the scooter home, on foot.

A senior citizens rep in his hometown of Schwedt says she is referring the matter to the mayor.

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