Redneck Road Rage Gone Wrong


A Florida dri­ver has posted a video called “Red­neck Road Rage / Instant Karma” to YouTube and it Road Rageshows a  tail­gat­ing dri­ver pull up along­side a female driver’s vehi­cle and give her the mid­dle fin­ger while cruis­ing past.  The female dri­ver wrote, “I couldn’t move over because there were trucks in the right lane, and I sure as heck wasn’t going to speed on a rainy day with the roads being as slick as they were.” Sec­onds later, the truck spins out and goes fly­ing across U.S. High­way 41 before slam­ming into a pole! “That’s what you get!” the laugh­ing female dri­ver says after see­ing the crash.  Jef­frey Travis White fled the scene of the acci­dent, but thanks to this video he has been caught and charged.  The poster wrote, “I’ve never seen Karma come back so fast.”

Adam Fisk posted the video of his sur­prise jour­ney on YouTube with the title “Lone Man Gets Towed for Miles in Kayak By 11 Foot Ham­mer­head Shark.” The shark went after a piece of bait and got snagged on a small hook that Fisk was using to fish. After the shark took con­trol, the 2-hour ride took Fisk from the Boyn­ton Inlet to Lake Worth!  He said he’s never tried to bait a shark on purpose.

 

Eyal Alima tried to pull into the precinct park­ing lot so that he could file a report about some threat­en­ing phone calls he’d received, but he missed com­pletely and ended up spin­ning his wheels on the lawn, which had been turned into a field of muck by melt­ing snow. An offi­cer went out to check on Alima and decided to admin­is­ter a breath­a­lyzer test, which he failed, lead­ing to his arrest. Alima, who was with his teen son at the time, denies any wrong­do­ing and says, “This hap­pened by mis­take. If I really was drunk, why would I go to the police?”  Exactly.

 

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