A Florida woman was pulled over for driving a Florida man locked in a dog cage in the back of her pickup truck.
A Florida woman practicing either misguided passenger safety methods or some extremely public dom/sub sexual humiliation play was pulled over in Polk County, Florida because a Florida man locked in a dog cage was in the bed of the Ford F150 pickup truck she was driving.
What was going on here? Fingers crossed for the public dominatrix angle, mostly because putting the man in a dog cage in the back of a giant pickup is one-hundred percent the Florida redneck version of a man being walked on a leash. Nothing screams “treat me like a dog” to that region like being questionably secured and endangered in the back of a speeding pickup truck.
A Texas driver was spotted in the carpool lane with a skeleton riding shotgun during rush hour Wednesday, according to Harris County officials.
Harris County Constable Ted Heap shared a photo of the skeleton in a “humerus” Facebook post Wednesday, saying that deputies “had a feeling in their bones that something wasn’t right.”
A Harris County deputy spotted the driver in the Houston area around 4:45 p.m., cruising in the Katy HOV (high-occupancy vehicle) lanes with his frightful passenger’s mouth agape, disguised only in a baseball cap. Katy HOV lanes are reserved for vehicles transporting a driver and one or more passengers.
“Our deputies saw right through the ruse and issued the driver a bone-afide citation,” the post read. “After a sternum lecture, deputies wished him bone voyage!”
Saw this on abc news early today - And the woman driver of the car WALKED AWAY
US Woman Miraculously Walks Out of Car After Semi-truck Collision Folds it in Half
A woman in Washington, United States had a close encounter with death when a semi truck ran over and crushed her car. According to a report by Abc4, the 46-year-old woman was inside her Nissan Altima when the truck behind her failed to stop as vehicles were slowing down on the Skagit River Bridge, in Mount Vernon, on Tuesday morning. State Trooper Rocky Oliphant shared the pictures of the deadly accident on Twitter as he described his own reaction to the incident, “There’s really not a word to describe this collision. Miraculously believed to be minor injuries. The car was struck from behind, folded the car in half, and the semi came to rest on top of the car.” Oliphant went on to say that in his 14 year career he had never seen anything like it. In an earlier tweet Oliphant had suspected serious injuries to the driver as his brief tweet read, “NB and SB I-5 is blocked at Skagit river for a serious injury collision in Mount Vernon. Working on getting updates.”
There’s really not a word to describe this collision. Miraculously believed to be minor injuries. The car was struck from behind, folded the car in half, and semi came to rest on top of the car. In my 14 year career, I have never seen anything like it. https://t.co/iUsSNIhHYVpic.twitter.com/EPGI70s3Um— Trooper Rocky Oliphant (@wspd7pio) November 16, 2021
Something about those Altimas. My aunt, several years ago in an Altima, was also run over by a semi. She was merging onto the highway and the semi was getting off. Ran over her rear end. Her back seat and trunk were pancaked while the front held and then the car flipped. Came out with minor cuts and bruises. She says she remembers seeing the back glass exploding and nothing else. And the semi never stopped!
a bunch of kids will wake up Christmas with a smile on their faces due to this:
Over 1k bikes donated for WZYP’s annual Bike or Bust event
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - Over 1,000 children here in North Alabama will wake up Christmas morning to a brand new set of wheels,
That’s after a local radio personality spent five days living on the roof of the Trash Pandas Stadium to promote the drive.
WAFF talked with Mojo Jones right after he was brought down from the roof. He says it was a rough five days of cold weather and rain, but seeing the sea of bicycles donated was worth it.
The Bikes or Bust Bicycle drive, in coloration with WZYP and Toys for Tots, collected 1,472 bikes.
They will be given to children across North Alabama for Christmas this year.
“We know that there are children right here in our own community that would not have had a Christmas at all if it weren’t for the generosity of the community. And we choose bicycles 19 years ago because we all remember our first bike. And it’s not just giving that child Christmas, it’s giving child Christmas that will last their lifetime,” Mojo Jones said.
A representative from Toys for Tots tells us with these donations, they will be able to give a bike to every child whose parents requested one.