Saturday, July 02, 2011

Another Will and Guy funny

** Car Losers **

* Woman lets her dog drive her car
A Chinese woman has been involved in a car crash - because she let her dog drive. The accident happened in the city of Hohhot, capital of north China's Inner Mongolia region, Xinhua news agency has reported. The woman, named only as Li, decided to let her dog drive when she noticed how he was of crouching on the wheel. She let the dog steer while she operated the accelerator and the brake. The experiment resulted almost immediately in a collision with another car.

* Car Thief
A car thief who ran out of petrol in rush hour traffic was arrested after police helped him push the stolen vehicle to the side of the road reports The Moscow Times. Helpful officers in Moscow, Russia, were about to leave the scene and let Alexei Ashurin wait for breakdown services when they noticed the red 15 year old Volkswagen's lock was broken and a screwdriver was sticking out of the ignition.

After checking the number plate, they discovered the vehicle had been stolen and that Ashurin was wanted for a string of other motoring thefts. He admitted to stealing the car and is now facing up to two years in prison if convicted.

** Beware Dangers of Foggy Weather **
Two motorists had an all too literal head on collision in heavy fog near the small town of Guetersloh, Germany. Each was guiding his car at a snail's pace near the middle of the road because of the thick fog. At the moment of impact their heads were both out of the windows when they smacked together. Both men were hospitalised with severe head injuries. Their cars weren't damaged at all and didn't have a mark on them.


Arkansas Patti said...

I wouldn't have been suspicious about the VW. Those old ones almost all have to be started like that.

Reader Wil said...

How strange that two drivers smashed together and injured their heads , while their cars weren't damaged! I like the story of the car thief helped by the police, who niticed just in time that the car was stolen!

Patty said...

Wil, I guess it's because they both had their heads sticking out the driver's side window, trying to see where they were going and they got so close to one another, their heads actually hit each other, but their cars never touched. I don't know if it's a true story or not.