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Pizza driver reversed wrong way down one-way street - into path of police car

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A pizza delivery driver who could not find the address he needed reversed the wrong way down down a one-way street - into the path of a police car.

The driver backed his vehicle into Foundry Road, Ipswich, also a one-way street, after through no entry signs in College Street.

Unluckily for him, he ended up in the path of a marked police car during the incident on Thursday, September 27.

He was issued with a traffic offence report (TOR). Those given TORs can end up with a one-off fine or have the matter sent to court for a hearing.

Officers from the Norfok and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team Tweeted: “Car seen reversing down a one way street this evening into a side road, also a one way street, through the no entry signs⛔️

“On reversing through the signs he ended up in the path of a marked RAPT car

“Driver was delivering pizza and could not find the address #TOR issued.”

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