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Aussie Aussie Aussie! Apparently the Chevrolet Caprice Police Patrol Vehicle (PPV) you see here is imported to the States from Australia — you may know it as the Holden Statesman. Police cars of the very near future will be smart to the point of being scary. Equipped with eight cameras, voice commands, incredibly intelligent software and LTE radios, you’re not going to get away with a damn thing.
So Melbourne Victory played a friendly against Celtic FC on Wednesday night. And as they’ve been known to do at big events like the AFL finals, the Victorian Cops were nice enough to tweet the score. And by score, I mean, a fun commentary on how many drunks they’d booted from the ground. Here’s the timeline: