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Police officer invites & # 39; rubber neck guards & # 39; to take a closer look at dead bodies caused by the German car accident

Policeman invites & # 39; rubber neckerchiefs & # 39; to kill dead bodies caused by a German car accident to shameful, creepy drivers who stop to take photos

  • Police officer has been praised for emphasizing the & # 39; bitter reality & # 39; for motorists
  • Caught & # 39; rubber collars & # 39; on a motorway near Nuremberg with photos of a crash
  • He asked them: & # 39; Do you want to see the dead people – take photos & # 39; s? & # 39;
  • But when they refused his offer, he said & # 39; Shame on you & # 39; and imposed a fine of £ 115 on them

A German police officer invited two & # 39; rubber scarves & # 39; to look like after a crash on the highway to shame them and not take photos.

Stefan Pfeiffer confronted motorists on the Nuremberg autobahn with photos after a 47-year-old truck driver died on Tuesday at noon.

In a video made by the Bayerischer Rundfunk journalist, he takes a driver out of the closet: & Come on, I'll show you something … Do you want to see the dead – take pictures & # 39; s?

& # 39; There he is, he lies there, do you want to see him? No, you don't want to see him? Then why do you take photos & # 39; s? & # 39;

Stefan Pfeiffer leads one of the drivers and says to him: & Look at him! He is from Hungary (where the & # 39; rubber collar & # 39; comes from). Look at him! Come! & # 39; And the many answers he regrets.

Stefan Pfeiffer leads one of the drivers and says to him: & Look at him! He is from Hungary (where the & # 39; rubber collar & # 39; comes from). Look at him! Come! & # 39; And the many answers he regrets.

A 47-year-old truck driver died on Tuesday at noon on the autobahn near Nuremberg

A 47-year-old truck driver died on Tuesday at noon on the autobahn near Nuremberg

A 47-year-old truck driver died on Tuesday at noon on the autobahn near Nuremberg

A truck driver on the other side of the road seems to have his smartphone by the window

A truck driver on the other side of the road seems to have his smartphone by the window

A truck driver on the other side of the road seems to have his smartphone by the window

But when they refused, he said to them: & # 39; Shame on you & # 39 ;, and gave the pair fines of 128.50 euros (£ 115) – the standard for taking unauthorized photos of a crash scene.

In the footage, he walks the drivers of their vehicles to the side of the road close to the crash, but each of the embarrassed men stops before they get closer.

Pfeiffer said he simply found the & # 39; bitter reality & # 39; of road deaths and had not brought them closer.

& # 39; For us, it is definitely an opportunity to confront people with their behavior & # 39 ;, he said to BR24. & # 39; Just asking € 128.50 and sending them on the way does not really teach her a lesson. They must understand what they are actually doing.

The German officer can be seen by talking to a truck driver through the window, which he later imposed a fine for & # 39; rubber necking & # 39;

The German officer can be seen by talking to a truck driver through the window, which he later imposed a fine for & # 39; rubber necking & # 39;

The German officer can be seen by talking to a truck driver through the window, which he later imposed a fine for & # 39; rubber necking & # 39;

An emergency helicopter that dives into the crash scene on the motorway in Northern Bavaria

An emergency helicopter that dives into the crash scene on the motorway in Northern Bavaria

An emergency helicopter that dives into the crash scene on the motorway in Northern Bavaria

Another truck driver on the other side of the highway could be seen while holding a smartphone to his window

Another truck driver on the other side of the highway could be seen while holding a smartphone to his window

Another truck driver on the other side of the highway could be seen while holding a smartphone to his window

Pfeiffer asks: & # 39; Why do you want to take photos? If you want you can say "hello" to him

Pfeiffer asks: & # 39; Why do you want to take photos? If you want you can say "hello" to him

Pfeiffer asks: & # 39; Why do you want to take photos? If you want you can say "hello" to him

& # 39; By shocking them, we want to make it clear that this is not a game but a bitter reality. & # 39;

Not only were their actions shameful, but Pfeiffer said he noticed they were taking their hands off the wheel, putting even more danger on other drivers on the highway.

The video of the incident posted on Twitter by the BR24 news network has gone viral and has clocked thousands of views and shares.

& # 39; There he lies, & # 39; the officer tells him. & # 39; Do you want to see him? No? Don't you want to see him? & # 39;

& # 39; There he lies, & # 39; the officer tells him. & # 39; Do you want to see him? No? Don't you want to see him? & # 39;

& # 39; There he lies, & # 39; the officer tells him. & # 39; Do you want to see him? No? Don't you want to see him? & # 39;

Pfeiffer asks: & Do you want to see the dead people? Pictures? Come! & # 39;

Pfeiffer asks: & Do you want to see the dead people? Pictures? Come! & # 39;

Pfeiffer asks: & Do you want to see the dead people? Pictures? Come! & # 39;

Pfeiffer said he simply found the & # 39; bitter reality & # 39; of road deaths and had not brought them closer.

Pfeiffer said he simply found the & # 39; bitter reality & # 39; of road deaths and had not brought them closer.

Pfeiffer said he simply found the & # 39; bitter reality & # 39; of road deaths and had not brought them closer.

Twitter users praised the officer for drawing attention to the problem.

Tony Carter wrote: & # 39; Well done. People should try to put themselves in the shoes of the other, maybe someday it's your mom or dad. & # 39;

While Heiko Horst said: & # 39; Exactly right! I also think the punishment is ridiculously low, there should be at least 500 euros – otherwise this won't scare anyone. & # 39;

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