A young girl from Hà Nội has been caught by police eight times in a month.
Miraculously, she met the same policeman four times, almost as if she passed his station every day, perhaps on her commute.
When the policeman stopped her the first time, she was so scared that she stayed seated on her motorbike and did not move.
As soon as he asked her to get off the motorbike she started crying.
The policeman couldn't stand her whining and shouted: "Stop crying!" Then he asked her to pay him VNĐ600,000 (S$37).
Having learned from her first meeting, she did not cry and smiled when she was pulled over again, paying the fine without any queries, perhaps questioning if this dashing officer had any ulterior motive for stopping her, besides a light wallet.
The third time they met, the officer changed tack, realising he was more likely to catch this fly with honey rather than vinegar, and asked her about her university and why she was in such a hurry.
In what now looks like a genius and perhaps illegal move, the policeman let her go without fining her.
In what some consider destiny, others the natural order of things when a person drives past the same point every day, she met him again the following week, having broken traffic rules again.
This time, having presumably used the money from fines on a jazzy new baton and aftershave to win maiden fair, the policeman asker her for her phone number and soon after, asked her to go for a drink.
Both of them enjoy passing the place where they met for the first time, as they are now getting married.
One would assume though, that the groom will be doing the driving.