Brits break the law ac­ci­den­tally

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

A sur­vey has re­vealed Bri­tish peo­ple reg­u­larly break the law with­out re­al­iz­ing it. A study con­ducted by BT TV to cel­e­brate the UK net­work pre­miere of 'Bet­ter Call Saul', has dis­cov­ered on av­er­age 32 crimes are com­mit­ted by Bri­tish peo­ple ev­ery year, al­though the of­fender is mostly un­aware of it, and singing 'Happy Birth­day' in a restau­rant takes the top spot for be­ing the most pop­u­lar law to be bro­ken by 48 per cent. The re­port has shown road rage, which has seen driv­ers swear or flick the fin­ger to other road users, is also in the top 10 laws to be bro­ken along­side eat­ing or drink­ing whilst at the wheel, park­ing on the pave­ment and toot­ing the horn for an­other rea­son than alert­ing traf­fic. How­ever, 98 per­cent of peo­ple be­lieve they have never bro­ken any reg­u­la­tions and are in fact law abid­ing ci­ti­zens, whilst 84 per cent of the Bri­tish pop­u­la­tion are un­sure what ac­tions are le­gal. Whilst a large ma­jor­ity of the public are con­fused by what con­sti­tutes a law, 60 per cent of peo­ple are an­gered when they wit­ness some­one break­ing the law re­gard­less of how big or small the mat­ter is, and they will no­tice a wrong do­ing at least four times per day. 'Bet­ter Call Saul' is avail­able to BT cus­tomers in the UK on AMC - on BT TV chan­nel 332. AMC is also avail­able in HD on both BT TV and Sky with an HD sub­scrip­tion.

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