Skip to comments.Watch A Smart Car Lead Texas Police On The World’s Most Adorable Police Chase(video)
Posted on 08/02/2012 9:43:42 AM PDT by matt04
Houston area police were involved in the cutest police chase ever this morning when a Smart Convertible led cops around the highways outside the city.
The Smart has a top speed of 90 MPH, so we aren't yet ready to call this a high speed chase. The driver was arrested without any issues after he pulled off the highway and into a driveway. There's no word on what he did wrong, other than drive a Smart Cabriolet in public. While not confirmed, we're hearing it was towed away from the scene by a local child with a big wheel.
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Couldn’t they have just thrown a Nerf ball at it and caused it to explode?
I DESPISE Gawker websites.
Did you idiots even watch the video you posted? They say within the first 90 seconds that he was charged with his third DWI. I think that's a pretty good indicator.
If it’s a Smart car, why does it look so DUMB?
Hey - those cop cars are bound to run out of gas sooner or later right?
He was running late for his local Occupy meeting.
There's no word on what he did wrong, other than drive a Smart Cabriolet in public. While not confirmed, we're hearing it was towed away from the scene by a local child with a big wheel.
If he was smart he'd at least get himself a faster car to increase the odds he could get away.
Obviously the smartest move is don't drink and drive. I hope he gets lots of jail time.
I’m not saying the story isn’t comical or that the commentary isn’t funny. I feel like they only wanted to comment on the fact that it was a Smart car. They could’ve left out that they didn’t know what he did wrong. If they’d watched the video, they would’ve.
I didn’t know the little things could even DO 90..........
He had his little Flintstone legs really pumping to get going that fast!
You haven’t been passed by them on the Autobahn. Impressive little buggers.
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