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Sisters leading police on high-speed chase mock police officers on Facebook

By Mason White 2:38 PM October 27, 2014
Laura and Amy Humpage 

By: Wayne Morin
Two sisters acted badly while they led police on a high-speed chase in their BMW.

Laura and Amy Humpage of England, got off with a slap on the wrist as they were sentenced to probation.

After escaping a prison term, Laura reportedly posted: “Hate me? I’m still going to do my thing and I hope it annoys you even more.”

Laura, 27, and Amy, 25, both of Castle Vale, Birmingham, were given suspended sentences and they were banned from driving.

On the day of her sentencing hearing, Laura stuck out her tongue as she and Amy posed for selfies, which also appeared on her Facebook page.

The sisters who do not have a driver’s licenses, swapped her seat during the high-speed chase, drove on the wrong side of the road, ran three red lights and hit a brick wall in a bid to outrun police officers, who attempted to pull them over.

When they finally stopped, the sisters asked the officers for a cigarette.

Laura, who has a one-year-old son, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, and driving without a license and insurance.

She was handed a 12-month suspended sentence and probation.

Her younger sister admitted to careless driving, failing to provide a specimen and having no license. She was given a two-month suspended sentence and was ordered to pay a fine of 250 pounds ($402).