RCMP in Manitoba say they pulled over the same woman twice on Tuesday for speeding on the same stretch of highway.
Police tweeted that a 30-year-old woman was pulled over in two different cars by the same officer for speeding on the west Perimeter Highway this morning.
She was first stopped at 8:27 a.m. for driving 124 km/h and given a $364 ticket. Having not learned her lesson the first time, the woman was pulled over by the same officer at 11:55 a.m. for travelling 119 km/h and dinged $299, for a total of $663.
RCMP tweeted about the incidents, asking, “What did you do before noon today?”
What did you do before noon today? A 30yo woman was pulled over for speeding in 2 different cars this morning by the same officer on the west perimeter. At 8:27am she was clocked at 124kmh ($364) & at 11:55am for 119kmh ($299) = $663. #noexcuses #rcmpmb
— RCMP Manitoba (@rcmpmb) November 6, 2018