The police warn him he could have been prosecuted for harassment but don't report him for obstructing police?http://www.gazettelive.co.uk/news/teesside-news/fed-up-driver-gets-revenge-12609223
Five years ago, Chris Welford was hit with a speeding ticket.
So when he noticed a mobile speed camera parked up on that very same road, he decided to take “revenge”.
Cheeky Chris parked his BMW a few feet behind Cleveland Police’s van, lifted up his boot - and blocked the camera.
He then stood next to his 5 series for an hour on Marske Road as passing motorists beeped their horns in admiration at his handwork.
“I’ve been caught there in the past and just thought I would try and annoy them a little bit,” said the 23-year-old offshore worker.
“When I saw the van I just thought to myself I had a spare few hours and nothing better to do, so why not?
“People have been loving it - one person got in touch and said ‘Not all heroes wear capes’.
But Cleveland Police are seemingly not as impressed, with Chris claiming he was visited hours later and warned he could have been hauled to court for harassment.
However, Chris said police didn’t even confront him at the scene and just let him get on with it.
“At one point an unmarked police car came past with two officers inside,” added Chris, of Burley Close, Skelton .
“But they just looked at me and kept driving.
“There was at least one officer in the car but he just ignored me.
“The police came around later and I was told I was lucky as I could have been done for harassment.
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