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Teen blames bathroom emergency after getting caught overspeeding

/ 04:37 PM June 10, 2019

Canadian police

Canadian Police fined a 16-year-old for overspeeding in his Chevrolet Camaro due to a bathroom emergency. Image: Facebook/Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Manitoba

A teenager from Manitoba, Canada cited a bathroom emergency after being caught by local police for overspeeding.

The 16-year-old was pulled over by the police for driving at 170 kilometers per hour in his Chevrolet Camaro, as per the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Manitoba’s Facebook post on Friday, June 7.


This 16-year-old’s excuse for going 170 km/h in a Camaro? “Too many hot wings & needed a bathroom”. Fined $966 for…

Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Manitoba 发布于 2019年6月6日周四

When the teenager was questioned, he explained that he had eaten “too many hot wings and needed a bathroom.”

The police department did not excuse the Camaro driver and was fined CAN$966 (almost P38,000) for overspeeding and CAN$203 (almost P8,000) for driving without supervision.

According to the police, there are “absolutely #noexcuses for that kind of speed.” Hannah Mallorca/JB


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