Supreme Court rules person is entitled to do runner if not under arrest

Cop 1: 'We might let that runner go.' Cop 2. 'Roger that.'

(NEWS.COM.AU) A SUPREME Court judge ruled today that a person who is not under arrest is entitled to do a runner from police seeking to question them. Justice Stephen Kaye said Sydney man Andrew Hamilton was under no obligation to stop and speak to police when they approached him after receiving a complaint over an unpaid restaurant bill. Read more

Editors note: Another good reason to keep fit. Don’t just sit there reading boring news. Go run a few km’s around the block.