You may actually be a little jealous. Not on the fact that this driver was arrested and allowed to tap a lot, but that he was allowed to receive professional helicopter images of his car. In the Netherlands you get a grainy flash photo whose composition is so lousy that a postcard from Volendam still looks like a real Anton Corbijn.
But in Spain the traffic police use helicopters to catch speeding drivers. We are very light (hehe) about it, but when you hear that there have been 28 accidents on the asphalt piece in the video this year alone, you understand that they are keeping a close eye on things there. The Porsche 911 in the video is measured three times by the helicopter at speeds above 285 km/h.
Further on, the Porsche 911 was stopped; the driver was allowed to go with the police. Incidentally, it was not a Spaniard, but someone from Ireland. The maximum speed on the road is 120 km/h. We don’t know what punishment the Porsche driver will face, but we suspect it would have been cheaper to buy a drone and shoot some footage.