In Nel v Deputy Commissioner of Police, Grahamstown, an important case in South African criminal procedure, Nel was the owner of an amusement park in East London which was open to the public. A head constable and sub-inspector entered this park and came to the conclusion that five machines were gambling instruments. Nel knew that both were police officers. He invited them to inspect and operate the machines, and even offered to open them up and show how they worked; he was quite co-operative.
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