Police officers gave Stephanie Cole, 58, a ticket for driving too slow on an English motorway (highway for us Yanks). How slow? Try 10 mph!
When police caught her there was a sign on her car which read: "I don't do fast. If I'm too slow for you DON'T hoot just overtake!" [...]
She had been travelling from her home to a Staples stationery store when she was arrested by police on 30 August.
"I really didn't want to go on the motorway, but I desperately had to go to Staples for an ink cartridge," she said.
"I don't know any other way to get to it so I went that way," she added.
When officers stopped Mrs Cole, she told them she had "no confidence" on the motorway.
Because there isn't a minimum speed, the cop gave her a ticket for "driving without reasonable consideration." Link