Five Hundred Times

March 30, 2007 12:47am CST
In the traffic court of a large mid-western city, a young lady was brought before the judge to answer a ticket given her for driving through a red light. She explained to his honor that she was a school teacher and requested an immediate disposal of her case in order that she might hasten on to her classes. A wild gleam came into the judge's eye. "You are a school teacher, eh?" said he. "Madam, I shall realize my lifelong ambition. Sit down at that table and write 'I went through a red light' five hundred times."
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@mdchennai (2129)
• India
30 Mar 07
Ha ha ha, good joke :). I believe that the judge would have written many such impositions during his school days and he can also have a little hatred towards teachers, but then i think this is a good punishment. Punishment based on their job, let them too feel the pain of writing impositions :)