Siezed n Chained


Saturday 21 November, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Having a road legal vehicle here in Türkiye is still a sort optional rule that many do not ascribe to. Partly it’s cost-based, with road taxes and testing fees well above income capacity for much of the population, but I won’t bore you with my rant over all of that today 🙂

However, when the boys with the badges and the guns have a purge and stop all and sundry on a Sunday morning, they can be sure of a decent haul for their spreadsheet and bank balance (and pocket too no doubt). Pictured here are are a few motorcycles that didn’t make it through the checkpoint, all chained up on a pavement outside a police station.




2 thoughts on “Siezed n Chained

  1. 2e0mca says:

    No doubt the local crims will be round with bolt cutters overnight to liberate these and resell them 😉

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