Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Berke Bas
58 min

Yeah, my name's

Zakes - Zakes - Abbot.

Er, the plates...

Just hang on a sec.

The f***ing plates

have got sh*t all over them ! F***!

Er... no.

l-l can't see the plates, no.

- OK, thanks. Bye.

- What did they say?

(Sighs) They said they'll get someone

onto it,

but l really think they need the plates.

- Ah, sh*t.

- Maybe we should go and get them.

- Are you mad?

- Zakes, we have to do something !

- Jesus f***ing Christ, Zakes!

- All right!

- You want me to do something, all right!

- Zakes!


- l can't see anything.

- For f***'s sake.

(Phone beeps)

(Cars horn)

Yeah, all right.

All right.

- You were meant to get the plates.

- l couldn't get that sh*t off.

But l took a picture

of the inside of the truck. Have a look.

- l can't see anything.

- Sh*t.

- Oh, sh*t.

- What we gonna do now?

Right. l'm gonna overtake him.

See if you can see some plates, yeah?

l can't.

l can't... l can't see them.

l can't see anything.

Hello. Police. Yeah, l just called

a minute ago about a truck on the M 1 .

l saw a woman caged in the back.

Yeah, a woman. lt was a white truck.

No, l couldn't see his plates.

What junction?

- l think it's junction 30. Past Worksop.

- We think junction 30. Heading North.

Yeah. O-OK.

Thank you. Thanks. Bye.

- Well?

- They said they'll sort it.

Well, how?

By stopping every truck on the M 1 ?

l don't know!

They said not to get involved.

- What you doing?

- lt isn't our problem any more.

- What? lt isn't our problem?

- No!

What can we do? l'm not really sure if l

saw anything, anyway. lt was so quick.

Zakes. Zakes, the police.

- Zakes!

- Yeah.

Pull up behind him, flash him,

and tell him about the truck.

Zakes, flash him !

- What are you doing?

- This. This garage.

lt's our last stop.

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