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Remember that video that went viral of a car flying down the highway, with a man on the hood? Well, the woman at the wheel of the whip has been arrested.
Did we even have to tell you where she was from?
A woman is behind bars after she allegedly sped down a South Florida highway with a man on the hood of her car.
CBS Denver identified the suspect as Patresha Isidore. Isidore allegedly drove off with a car belonging to her ex-boyfriend, Junior Francis, last Sunday.
According to an arrest report, Francis climbed on the hood in an attempt to stop Isidore. However, police say she continued driving, eventually getting onto Interstate 95.
Isidore drove with Francis on the hood for about 19 miles before she was stopped, according to police.
NINETEEN MILES. Bruh!
But here’s the kicker, Francis reportedly doesn’t want to press charges.
Battered man? Guilt because he did some f*cksh*t that warranted this “lesson”? Florida Man and Florida Woman having an understanding?
Whatever the reason, the struggle is real. Also, keep both of them off the road, people besides themselves could get hurt.
Lastly, by the looks of her mugshot—what else has she done?
Photo: Broward County Sheriff’s Office
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Pranksters changed a highway sign to reference Christmas Vacation.
“National Lampoon” fans traveling for the holidays got quite the surprise this Christmas.
New Jersey’s Garden State Parkway got hit by a prank on Thursday when someone changed the highway’s exit for Clark and Westfield to read “Clark Griswold,” the name of Chevy Chase’s character in “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.”
— Yahoo Travel (@YahooTravel) December 27, 2014
NJ.com reports State Police Sgt. Gregory Williams confirmed pictures of the sign were not Photoshopped. It actually happened.
The exit sign was later fixed by the Turnpike Authority, but not before travelers got a good laugh. The prank was such a hit that it even started trending on social media.
The joke isn’t the first time we’ve seen movie-themed pranks. A ‘Birds’ prank once put unsuspecting beach goers in the middle of a Hitchcock movie and Improv Everywhere even had a real life Harry Potter visit New York Penn Station looking for Platform 9 3/4 (Good luck doing that in rush hour, bruh). In any case, it’s apparent the pranksters gave some holiday travelers the hap-hap-happiest Christmas ever.