TGIF. No, Really.

If you think you’ve had a bad week (holiday notwithstanding), just remember – it could have been worse. Check out what happened to these guys (and gals)…

In Manitoba, Canada, an unnamed driver was pulled over by the RCMP (“Mounties”) for driving 90 mph… He had a reason for the transgression… and while it may have made him “feel good”… it wasn’t good enough…

In Charlotte, North Carolina, an unnamed man tried to kidnap an unnamed woman… about 9:00 p.m., forcing her into his car… She managed to get away… and ran into a nearby business looking for help… and the man followed her in to the business… which turned out to be the Bushiken Karate Charlotte Dojo… Perhaps you can see where this is going

In Southwest Virginia, Dejuane Ramel Wilson, 24, was driving his 2013 Chevy Camaro on Interstate 81… more precisely he was speeding… in a work zone… which led to a police chase… a high-speed police chase (at least 130 mph, as it turns out)… across three counties… There was, however, a bright side, at least as far as Dejuane was concerned…

In Porter, Michigan, Kyler Payne, 22, was discovered about 10:00 p.m. one night recently by law enforcement who were responding to a report of a rollover crash… Sure enough, Kyler was lying on the ground near some train tracks… just north of the woods where the (rolled over) car was located… Kyler, though found bleeding from his head and face, was reportedly “coherent and speaking”… and he not only told police that he crashed because he was driving around 100 mph… and did not realize the intersection was so close… and then he explained a significant contributing factor… not only to the crash, but as to why he didn’t try to run away… afterwards…

In McIntosh County, Oklahoma, Cannon Harrison, 24, got a notification on a dating app that he had been matched with an unknown woman… After she messaged him to say hello, Cannon inquired as to how she was doing… and she told him that she had just shot a “bigo buck”… and was “pretty happy about it”… but not so much after Cannon showed up and told her what he did for a living…

And finally, in Queens, New York, Nicole LaVeglia parked her car on 70th Street and 52nd Avenue here just after 7:00 a.m… Then around 45 minutes later, a worker from the city Department of Transportation arrived… and began drilling a hole in the ground… for a pole… for a (new) no-parking sign… An hour later, an NYPD tow truck shows up… and just five minutes later… guess what? And yes, we (believe it or not) have video!

Have a GREAT weekend, folks!

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