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Heading out to Watsons bay tomorrow night for dinner from south west syd, what way should i go to minimise chance of defect hungry police? Last time i headed out that way i was the passenger and bit wasted but i remember quite a few cops and a defect setup somewhere, but cant remember enough to make sure i dont go where ever we were haha

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Heading out to Watsons bay tomorrow night for dinner from south west syd, what way should i go to minimise chance of defect hungry police? Last time i headed out that way i was the passenger and bit wasted but i remember quite a few cops and a defect setup somewhere, but cant remember enough to make sure i dont go where ever we were haha

Thanks!

Hahaha..

*coughs loser*

Jokes..

M5, Eastern distributor exit onto cross city tunnel heading towards rushcutters bay if you can then get on new south head road and follow it up till it becomes hopetown ave then follow that all the way up and you will end in watsons bay

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not really any defect stations around that area mate.... youll be right.. maybe an RBT or so in rushcutters though.. or possibly rose bay near the cop shop... but id doubt it

ES cops dont really care unless ur an idiot anyways

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