Police really do see it all!
No charges have been laid yet after bizarre dashcam footage surfaced of a truck pushing a car onto the shoulder of the 401 in Toronto.
The video shows a large yellow truck pushing a small, silver car across lanes of traffic and into a guardrail.
The bumper of the car falls off as the truck drives away.
OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt says officers have now spoken to the drivers and confirmed neither was injured during the incident on Monday.
Schmidt says the driver of the truck claims he didn't see what was happening in front of him as he was changing lanes.
Meantime, if you're driving in Halton region remember there are no ifs, ands or butts.
Halton Police Constable Marc Taraso says he stopped a driver in Oakville after a vehicle passed his cruiser, cut him off, and flicked a cigarette butt out the window onto Bronte Road.
During the stop, Taraso discovered the driver did not have insurance, the licence plate numbers had been peeled off, and the validation sticker expired in 2014.
The driver has been charged with operating a vehicle without insurance, obstructing a plate, expired validation, and littering.
Driver flicked out their cigarette butt onto Bronte after passing & cutting in-front of me. Their peeled plate drew my further interest.— Cst. Marc Taraso (@CstTaraso9345) January 14, 2020
-Operate motor vehicle - NO INSURANCE
Driver summonsed, plates seized, towed. pic.twitter.com/KVXGtSBe7Q