Do They Have Field Tests For This?
This seems like a sound approach to traffic enforcement that may have a practical application in the U.S.
The Lagos transport chief said 608 Nigerian motorists were tested for insanity after they were caught driving against the flow of traffic on city streets, local media reported on Wednesday.
"One person was found to be insane, while 20 people were found to have very low intelligent quota, which connotes they were not fit to drive cars along Lagos roads," Banire was quoted as saying in Wednesday's Punch newspaper.
The other 587 just didn't care.
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