I Have been stopped for speeding in a few places. Bulgaria for doing 50mph in a 50kph area even though it was a duel carrigeway, I acted stupid, very easy for me, and after about 45 minutes they decided it was easier to let me go than continue. In Hungary I had to pay about $10 on the spot, the officer spoke excellent English and therefor I could not pretend I didn't know what he was on about.
In Turkey they looked round the bike and sent me on my way, In Estonia again they looked at the bike chatted a bit and sent me away. In Romania I was sent on my way and even in Zambia where they got me with a radar gun they let me go. All of the above have been only about 10-20 mph over the speed limit or for going down one way streets the wrong way, I find that grinning like an idiot, removing my helmet straight away and offering a hand shake all go along way to making friends with the local plod.
I was stopped in Kenya for not haveing my lights on in the daytime but as soon as I put them on the policeman just waved me on. I wish British police were as nice as all the overseas police I have met. I was once stopped for speeding in Pakistan and after a long chat about world polotics was sent on my way with some cake and sugery sweets.