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A driver in Canada was beaten with a $ 432 ticket for throwing a still burning cigarette out of his car window on Friday around 6:20 PM.

Canadian driver is hit with a $ 430 fine for throwing a lit cigarette out of his window along a highway, and then tells the police: & # 39; I didn't want to burn my car & # 39;

  • A driver in Canada was beaten with a $ 432 ticket for throwing a still burning cigarette out of his car window on Friday around 6:20 PM
  • The incident occurred on Highway 17 at Quadra St. in Saanich
  • The driver threw the burning cigarette in front of a police car
  • Victoria Police Chief Del Manak confronted the driver who said: & I didn't want to burn my car & # 39; while pointing to his console
  • Manak replied: & # 39; Don't smoke in your car & # 39;
  • He hit a $ 575 Canadian dollar ticket ($ 432 USD) on his car and released it
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Canadian police hit a driver with a hefty $ 432 fine for throwing a burning cigarette out of his car window while driving on the highway.

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The expensive mistake occurred on Highway 17 at Quadra St. in Saanich, British Columbia around 6:20 pm on Friday.

This month, the Canadian police are in the middle of a massive crackdown on motorists and saw the driver throw a still burning cigarette out of his car window.

The driver did not know that the Victoria Police Chief Del Manak police unit was right behind him.

A driver in Canada was beaten with a $ 432 ticket for throwing a still burning cigarette out of his car window on Friday around 6:20 PM.

A driver in Canada was beaten with a $ 432 ticket for throwing a still burning cigarette out of his car window on Friday around 6:20 PM.

Victoria Police Chief Del Manak confronted the driver who said: & I didn't want to burn my car & # 39; while pointing to his console
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Victoria Police Chief Del Manak confronted the driver who said: & I didn't want to burn my car & # 39; while pointing to his console

Victoria Police Chief Del Manak confronted the driver who said: & I didn't want to burn my car & # 39; while pointing to his console

Manak then pulled the driver over and confronted him with the ticket.

When Manak asked the driver why he had thrown the cigarette away, the driver replied: "I did not want my car to burn", pointing to his cup holder on the console.

Manak replied: & # 39; Don't smoke in your car. & # 39;

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He hit a $ 575 Canadian dollar ticket ($ 432 USD) on his car and released it.

Manak shared the incident on Twitter and warned other drivers to be careful with their smoking behavior in the car.

The expensive mistake occurred on Highway 17 at Quadra St. in Saanich, British Columbia around 6:20 pm on Friday

The expensive mistake occurred on Highway 17 at Quadra St. in Saanich, British Columbia around 6:20 pm on Friday

The expensive mistake occurred on Highway 17 at Quadra St. in Saanich, British Columbia around 6:20 pm on Friday

& # 39; 575 reasons not to throw your lit cigarette out of the car window for @ vicpdcanada & # 39 ;, he tweeted.

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The police crackdown on drivers saw Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Manitoba just fine a 16-year-old driver a whopping $ 1,169 ($ 879 USD) for driving at 105 mph.

When asked why he was driving fast, the teenager said: & # 39; Too many hot wings and the bathroom needed & # 39 ;.

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