Did you read the same article as me?
I don't see any humour in it really, just a biased piece of reporting, laced with viewpoints that wouldn't have been out of place in the 1970s, which is far below the standard I've come to expect of Mr OIrlowski.
I have many aspie traits, and have been diagnosed with depression [fortunately that's under control with medication]. I also do work with people who have much worse mental health problems. It certainly does NOT mean I (or they) choose to use the illness as an excuse, but it SHOULD be taken into consideration in certain cases. I think this case is one such.
If a person had behaviour that could affect their driving, I think due note should be taken of it, but also whether their behaviour might be a danger to other road users (I'm leaving out the places where speed cameras have been put for purely revenue gathering purposes, that's a whole different can of worms). Your attitude is disgusting in the 21st century, and I pity you for it.