Good morning all, am looking for opinions/views about something that happened to me yesterday. Perhaps this is one for the reggies! Had a call from girlfriend who was hysterical - she'd been driving and had been involved in a collision with a motorbike. Anyway I got to the scene of the accident and my girlfriend was in her smashed up car with a traffic cop. I said to her "Are you alright?" and "Don't admit any liability." This is as far as I got 'cos the copper went banzai. He told me I was obstructing justice and that he would arrest me if I didn't stand over by the pavement with her friends and stay out of the way. I'd been there about a minute when he came over again and very curtly told me that he didn't want me talking to witnesses given my previous 'attitude' and that if I didn't get back in my car straight away and stay there he would arrest me. So off I went back to the car. I was calm and reasonable throughout, and other people thought that this copper had been over the top in his attitude not just me. Given that I spoke to my girlfriend in her car not a police interview room and that I was only saying something that a solicitor would say in the first instance anyway, was I in the wrong in any way? I didn't respond or argue back with him 'cos I didn't want it to upset my girlfriend further who was very shaken. So if anyone can offer any advice as to: A) Did I do anything wrong B) Was the copper having a bad day C) The copper was a tit it would be appreciated. Cheers!