Simon Thompson was surprised when two British cops knocked on his door, and he says he was stunned when he found the reason for their visit. They gave him a ticket for flashing the finger at a traffic speed camera a half hour earlier. They said he made an offensive gesture, a violation of the Public Order Act. Thompson didn't get a ticket for speeding, however: He was driving under the limit.
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