Upminster man writes ‘thank you’ letter to police officer who arrested him for stopping him ‘going down the wrong path’.
A drunk driver has written a ‘thank you’ letter to the police officer who arrested him, saying he did a ‘fantastic job’ in nicking him.
The unnamed driver, who is 45, said that he had learnt a ‘very valuable lesson’ and would not be drinking and driving again in the future.
He sent the letter to Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, after he was arrested in Upminster, in Essex, last year.
The letter details how the driver was stopped for a routine traffic violation by PC Martin Gillett, a traffic officer based at Chadwell Heath, in September.