Raissa Wasilisa
arrive at DOXY The British motorway cops are chasing after a car that possibly has drugs on it. When one of the police cars arrives at the scene where they have been held, a cop says: there you go, DOXY. And the voice over says: They arrive at DOXY. What is DOXY? Is it a police term for a suspect or a crime scene or is it the name of a town? Thank you so much for your help!
Nov 11, 2018 10:32 AM
Answers · 5
Hello Keith, Thank you for your comment. I presume it is an abbreviation, because it's written in capitals. But I have no clue what it stands for. Maybe it's misspelled. Anyway, thanks!
November 11, 2018
'there you go, Doxy' = Doxy is a name (it isn't) and ''they arrive at Doxy' = Doxy is a place?? ..so it doesn't make sense.
November 11, 2018
I added that later.
November 11, 2018
British motorway cops only usually operate in the one country :')
November 11, 2018
No idea without context. You haven't even mentioned what country it was in...
November 11, 2018
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Raissa Wasilisa
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