Video: Police in HILARIOUS High Speed Chase. With a 10-Year-Old...
Screw politics, it's the weekend. A time to kick your boots off, pop open a cold one, and enjoy yourself. As such, we've got some quality entertainment for to give you a laugh. A 10-year-old kid ditched his Hot Wheels for some real wheels and led the po-po on a high-speed chase. On-road, off-road and everything between. Enjoy.
A defiant 10-year-old boy led police on a 45-mile chase in Ohio on Thursday that exceeded 100 mph — the second time in as many weeks he took off for a joyride.
Dashcam video from the Ohio State Highway Patrol obtained by Cleveland.com shows the boy driving onto the right shoulder of I-80 in Milan and avoiding spike strips laid down by troopers before he’s eventually surrounded by several police vehicles, one of which clipped the car, ending the chase.
The boy, who was not identified, was then pulled out of the car, which belongs to his mother’s boyfriend, through the window before kicking and spitting at the troopers, state patrol Lt. Richard Reeder told Cleveland.com.
Sounds like a sweet kid.
If only we could have been there when the first cop happened upon the Toyota during this high speed chase. Seeing the small tot, sitting on a pile of books to see over the wheel. With bricks tied to his feet to reach the pedals. Blaring the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse soundtrack on the stereo.
We're living in strange times. Kids are free to change their gender on a whim and the coppers are seen as secret Nazis disguised as lawmen. No wonder little Damien here thought grand theft auto was a-okay and speed limits are just a recommendation.
Methinks this rambunctious youngster has lots of chores and a red rear-end in his near-future. That is if he doesn't end up in the kiddie slammer for his little high speed chase. I hope it was fun for him while it lasted.
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