Canadian police said a teenager who was caught speeding in Manitoba blamed the situation on “too many hot wings.”
The 16-year-old driver was stopped after police clocked the teen driving a Chevrolet Camaro at 170 km/h (about 105 mph), Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Manitoba said Thursday in a social media post.
Officials said the teenager told police he or she had “too many hot wings and needed a bathroom.”
This 16-year-old’s excuse for going 170 km/h in a Camaro? “Too many hot wings & needed a bathroom”. Fined $966 for speeding + $203 for driving w/o a supervising driver. Absolutely #noexcuses for that kind of speed. #rcmpmb pic.twitter.com/oXe78AAUgc— RCMP Manitoba (@rcmpmb) June 6, 2019
Authorities said the teen was fined about $1,170 CAD (about $881 USD) for the debacle -- $966 CAD (about $727 USD) for speeding and $203 CAD (about $152 USD) for driving without a supervising driver as required under Manitoba’s graduated licensing rules, according to GlobalNews.ca.
“Absolutely (no excuses) for that kind of speed,” police said.
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