Cornwall Man Facing Stunt Driving Charge After Not Knowing KM/H
Leeds OPP say they had to educate a Cornwall driver who passed a police car on Highway 401 going very fast.
On Sunday, March 4, at about 2:30am officers pulled over a driver heading westbound on the highway in Elizabeth-Kitley Township.
The driver argued with officers he was going the speed limit at "98."
Well, that's 98 mp/h, which is 159 km/h.
The 40-year-old man is facing stunt driving charges, has his licence suspended and his vehicle impounded for seven days.
Vigilante justice is served here and it's very satisfying to watch.
This rally car driver got help when he needed it the most. The crowd literally saved his race by getting him out of the ditch!
This is the cutest thing you'll see today.