A recent bill designed to punish those who use handheld mobile phones while driving in the Kingdom now allows nosy rossers to check accident victims' recent call lists. Evidence of talking whilst driving could carry a 10 year jail sentence because of a dangerous driving charge. Police were granted the power to conduct these privacy invasions in 2000, but only in the case of fatal wrecks, and officials are hoping that the proposal will deter potential distracted handheld users. Meanwhile, the penalty for crashing your Batmobile into Buckingham Palace will be about 45 minutes in custody and a 10 quid fine.
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