From the some people will never learn file comes a story about a peckerhead in the U.K. who lived rather appropriately on Woodpecker Drive and enjoys terrorizing local highways in a Nissan GT-R. Oh, and not surprisingly, his spawn has just as much sense as he does.
Northampton police have released footage that was originally posted online of 42 year old Shaun Davis and his daughter Jordan, exploring the upper limits of the Nissan’s speed envelop on public roads. The shaky, hand held cell phone videos clearly show local roads and landmarks, along with the proud pappa touching speeds north of 190 miles per hour. In another video, the younger Davis sounds gleeful when she hits 125 MPH on the same stretch of road.
There are so many things gone wrong here: 192 MPH on a public road. Driving at 192 MPH with one hand while shooting video with the other. Posting video online for the constabulary to see.
We all know that you can’t fix stupid, but fortunately, you can put them in jail and take away their driver’s licence, which is exactly what the local police did.
Northampton Police statement
Shaun Davis, aged 42, formerly of Woodpecker Drive, Northampton, has been jailed for two years and four months after filming himself driving at speeds of 192 miles per hour
His daughter Jordan Davis, aged 23, of Hove Road, Rushden, was found guilty of inciting or encouraging an offence of Dangerous Driving. She was given a two year driving disqualification and an 18 month conditional discharge.
The second part of the footage showed Jordan entering the drivers side of a Nissan GTR. She is then believed to have switched into the passenger side of the car and encouraged the driver, before the car reached excess speeds.