Skip to comments.Chinese lady angry that her car is going to get towed does something most probably wouldn't
Posted on 01/29/2014 2:37:04 PM PST by lowbridge
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She showed him who was getting towed!
I guess he put the boot on the wrong wheel
I guess he put the boot on the wrong wheel......
ha! my sons got a kick out of this...
OMG that’s too much! Like something out of Candid Camera (for those old enough to remember) but does anyone think it might have been staged? What was someone doing recording the whole thing?
That’s one Chinese lady you don’t want to tick off. :-)
“I just need my purse from my car.”
“Okay, lady. No problem.”
“SEE YA, SUCKAHHH!!!”
He looka like a man.
An argument for front-wheel drive.
In the 1980s my pickup was towed for being too near a fire hydrant. I phoned to report it stolen and they told me it had been towed. The jackals would not take a check so I had to go get cash.
The next day the local TV station announced they had discovered that a retired cop was running a towing service and cops were giving him a lot of business, some of it phony.
As it happened, I remembered stepping out of my pickup that morning and my foot hitting right in the middle of a sewer cover. I drove back and parked in the exact spot. Sure enough I was a few feet from being too close.
If I had my way the corrupt cops and the tow company would have done at least 20 years. Basically noting more or less than a strong armed robbery.
That’s so funny! Thanks for the laugh.
Fake or not...it’s too funny!
They used to hang horse thieves. Still a good idea.
I once had a front-wheel-drive Toyota.
GOOD FOR HER!
(and a second benefit, if she is like the Chinese ladies who drive in the Costco parking lot.... this may slow her down to a safer speed, too!)
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