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Drivers “not quick anymore, however actually offended” after police confiscated an e-scooter in Gillingham

Police say a teenage boy was left “no longer quick, but certainly angry” after officers confiscated an e-scooter in Gillingham.

The Medway Police Team posted a picture of the scooter on Twitter after officials responded to reports of unsocial driving on Gillingham High Street yesterday.

Medway Town Center officials confiscated this e-scooter after reports of unsocial driving on #Gillingham High Street were reported. We are aware of an increase in reports from the ASB and will react accordingly. The driver was no longer fast, but he was definitely angry. RH pic.twitter.com/M3yaKmyWbN

– Kent Police Medway (@KentPoliceMed) December 30, 2021

The team said they were aware of an increase in reports of antisocial behavior and would respond accordingly.

Another statement from the Kent Police Department said officials from the Medway Community Safety Unit received a phone call at 12:45 pm after reports that a person on an electric scooter “rode in an unsocial manner and posed a threat to shoppers and pedestrians in the city.” “. Center.”

The statement went on to say, “The officers confiscated the scooter and gave advice to the teenage boy who was driving it. His parents were also contacted and informed about his behavior and the reasons for the seizure. “

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