"He asked if I had worked in London," Constable Flitton said. "I said, 'yes'.
"He asked if I used to operate the laser gun on the A5 in north London. I said, 'yes'.
"And he said, 'I thought it was you. You gave me my last speeding ticket there two years ago'.
"The minute he said it, I remembered the whole thing," Constable Flitton told the New Zealand Herald.
"We both just had a laugh."
The man told Constable Flitton he had been in New Zealand for less than two weeks and was still looking for a place to live.
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