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Old 01-13-2014, 08:47 PM   #1
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Speeding Lady

This young lady was to meet some of her girl friends at the casino and play some slots, she was running late and speeding, sure enough she sees in her rear view mirror a policeman with lights on and siren. Blaring.......she pulls over and the. Policeman walks up to her window and asks for her drivers license.
She replies I don't have a drivers license I lost it 4 years ago for DUI....
The officer then asks for her vehicle registration..
I don't have that either, you see I stole this car & hacked up the owner, he's in the trunk in a plastic bag.....
The officer slowly backs away and immediately calls for back-up.
Shortly 5 police cars arrive on the scene getting out of their cars with guns drawn.
The captain with gun drawn says I understand there is a hacked up body in the trunk.
In which the lady vehemently denies and opens the trunk for inspection, sure enough No Body..
She then produces her registration & drivers license to prove this is her vehicle....
The perplexed captain says I don't understand?
I was notified of a lady detained with no drivers license, no registration & had a hacked up body in the trunk...
The lady said well I guess the liar also told you I was speeding...

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