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Published on Oct 21, 2009
A woman is facing charges of 'careless and inconsiderate driving' after deliberately driving through a puddle at high speed to soak a group of people waiting at a bus stop. The charge carries a fine of up to £2,500.
Police began to investigate after they received complaints about a clip of the incident, which is the video you see here.
The clip, taken from inside the Kerry Callard's vehicle, is accompanied by her male passenger's commentary as the car travels along down Weston Hill in Plymouth.
"Here we go, ready to drench the kids..." the passenger begins.
"Puddle at the bottom of the hill coming up, kids at the bottom of the hill come on!" he continues excitedly, as the car drives through the puddle, soaking the bystanders.
"That was brilliant! Awesome!" he shouts, laughing.