I don't know if this has been mentioned here but i thought i'd bring it to everyones attention. A bloke was fined 425 (or something near that) pounds for flashing someone coming in the opposite direction on the road, warning him there was a mobile speed camera. Now, i'm sorry but what the dick is that all about? For those of us who are in the UK, arnt we being told that speed camera's are not for making money and they are to get people to slow down? Well wasnt this guy doing EXACTLY THAT. Telling someone to slow down. You cant have that both ways. Either the law is wrong or speed camera's are wrong. All he was doing was telling this person to slow down and not commit an offense, it's like fining a parole officer for telling an ex con not to commit a crime. I'm sorry but this man now has a criminal record, if i was him i'd take this all the way up to the supreme courts if i had to because he has basically got a criminal record for telling someone not to commit a crime. Speed camera's are they to make money and after this it's obvious.