Registration plate KU66NFF
Official local mnemonic: Milton Keynes
Postal area: Northampton
Issued: between september 2016 and february 2017
Black Toyota, manufactured in 2016, first registered on 1 September 2016. Cylinder capacity: 1497cc, CO2 emissions: 82 g/km.
✓ Taxed Tax due: 1 September 2019
MOT: No details

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  • Number 5 in the worst drivers ranking in September 2018


KU66 NFF 2018-03-09 19:46:55

Jus read all dis shit on here. Ain't illegal 4 me 2 have a drink n drive u no. I don't do queues so driving down middle of road is my own lane so chill.
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KU66 NFF 2018-09-18 01:06:47

You total and utter cunt...
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KU66 NFF 2018-09-15 18:43:05

As I frequent user of the A428 into Bedford I often witness you hurtling towards vehicles whilst swerving all over the road. May I ask why you have a complete disregard for human life and drive your vehicle whilst drunk / high on drugs?
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KU66 NFF 2018-03-06 20:45:51

This evening during the rush hour I was driving out of Bedford along Clapham Road (A428) when I was faced with this vehicle driving on my side of the road!

Yes, you read that correctly. Busy rush hour and a vehicle is driving along the wrong side of the road towards oncoming traffic at 50mph.

Now get this, in the passenger seat was a young child (a girl I think but I can't be sure).

I couldn't believe my eyes as the cars in front and behind me had to swerve to avoid this vehicle. At the time I could only assume that the mid 50's female asian driver was either insane or wilfully trying to cause a head on crash.

I noticed the report from 21st February on this website about this vehicle and now it all makes sense.

Please, if anyone knows this driver, remove their car keys and march them straight into the nearest police station as they are a danger to others and themselves.
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KU66 NFF 2018-02-21 19:45:52

I'm not sure what to do with this information therefore hopefully someone can help.

I was in the Maypole Farm pub near Bedford on the A428. There was an oldish woman, slightly haggard and slumped over the table with several empty spirit glasses in front of her.

I watched as she necked a few large shots and then proceeded to berate the staff when they didn't allow her any more drinks. She then left in a rather loud and disruptive manner, staggering and clinging to furniture to stay upright and eventually made it to the door.

As I gazed out of the window I noticed she got in the driver's seat of a small black Toyota and gradually pulled out of the car park. In the passenger's seat was a young boy or girl.

She appeared to drive down the wrong side of the road as she drove out of view. Appalling behaviour and surely only a matter of time before she has a serious accident however I feel helpless.

Any suggestions on what I should do?
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KU66 NFF 2018-09-14 23:42:11

Sounds fishy.
All a bit too amateur novel...

Woman had been in a pub for long enough to be that sloshed, and nobody noticed the kid in the car?
Really? a kid sitting a car for an extended period without making some sort of fuss?
Not buying it.

Then to finish it off, rather than phone the police and give them this eloquent report - you post it in an obscure corner of the Internet.

Personal vendetta, or trolling would be my bet.
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KU66 NFF 2018-02-25 17:17:01

Charlotte, I would advise you ignore the first piece of advice and follow the second piece of advice.

Given the drunk driver had a child in the car and therefore a complete disregard for life, it's not difficult to imagine the repercussions should you have tried to intervene.
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KU66 NFF 2018-02-22 09:39:59

If it is true you should have prevented her getting in her car. If you had insufficient time you should have called 999 immediately.
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