But they're not so go through investigations to justify speeds, the news report fails to mention if this was given, if they were prosecuted straight away a good solicitor would get it cancelled for not following the law.
If it is as the BBC are trying to claim that it was about showing off it's a silly thing to do but it doesn't mention anything after that other than the suspension.
Agreed, the facts are sketchy. But I still think they should be treated the same as a member of the public if they were found to be dicking around after a thorough investigation. I appreciate that they aren't.