'The driver either had something wrong with him or didn't want to blow into the breathalyser, and after several attempts the PC decided to give up.'
They added: 'When I asked about him having to have a blood test, I was told by the PC that there was no point, as the driver was from Holland and would be shortly returning there.'WTAF..?
'Incidentally the elderly lady driver of the car that avoided the worst of the crash was breathalysed by the PC, but she was a law-abiding local lady- obviously she had not been drinking, but we will never know about the Dutchman.'Oh, of course! Low hanging fruit is always picked by the lazy....
A spokesman for Sussex Police said: 'An officer responded to a collision in Bracklesham Bay which was reported at 10.35am on Tuesday, where a Toyota car, with Dutch registration, had collided with a wall and parked cars.
'The cause of the collision was assessed as being a mechanical fault with the accelerator of the vehicle.'Wow! The cop had a certified forensic mechanic along with him! How handy.
'It was established that for medical reasons the driver of that vehicle was not able to give a specimen of breath.'And a doctor too! It's amazing they could all fit in the police car, isn't it?
'There was no reason to suspect that the driver was unfit to drive through drink or drugs and his arrest, in order to obtain a sample of blood, was not therefore justified.'Apart from the fact he crashed into parked cars and a wall, but hey, what do I know, I'm no detective, clearly..?