r/IdiotsInCars Sep 26 '22 Helpful 1 Wholesome 2 Wholesome Seal of Approval 1 Evil Cackle 1

Crazy ex tries to run over boyfriend

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u/owdbr549 Sep 27 '22 Silver

She loved him with the passion of a moderately priced Hyundai.

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u/waitwhatsquared Sep 27 '22

Tonight, on Top Gear, an enraged woman drives our reasonably priced car.

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u/Dip_N_Trip Sep 27 '22

I read this in Jeremy’s voice.

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u/Willyb402 Sep 26 '22 Table Slap

Bullfighting (2022) colorized

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u/Swords_and_Words Sep 27 '22

ngl, I was expecting him to post up in front of the dumpster or a fire hydrant and let her wreck herself

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u/backtolurk Sep 27 '22

The Batman Trick

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u/Eldi_Bee Sep 27 '22

My exact thought. Telephone pole, big tree, fire hydrant. Let her wrap the car, stop annoying me and I still get the insurance payout and possibly to press charges since it was his car, not hers.

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u/[deleted] Sep 27 '22

Charges can be pressed for attempted vehicular manslaughter… she willingly tried to hit him like 5 times

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u/SepticX75 Sep 27 '22

The only right answer

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u/incaman88 Sep 27 '22

That was my thought. Let’s replace bullfighting with Hyundai Elantra fighting

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u/Sir-Simon-Spamalot Sep 27 '22

Hyundai ElanTORO

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u/Calix_Meus_Inebrians Sep 27 '22

Today on Man vs Car

Man wins!

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u/Wayte13 Sep 26 '22

Ya that'll change his mind

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u/IterLuminis Sep 27 '22

LMAO! right? She is showing how she is a winner right here.

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u/HoseNeighbor Sep 27 '22

Babe, I was so wrong! I can see how you're NOT batshit crazy, how you're NOT a complete idiot, and how much you must love me by trying to kill me in front of loads of witnesses while being filled. You really ARE the one!

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u/Moriteourious Sep 27 '22

I had an ex who I felt bad about leaving (since she wasn't a bad person, we just didn't fit together in my opinion, not hers) - she tried to do something similar afterwards. I stopped feeling bad immediately.

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u/Snote85 Sep 28 '22

See, she was such a good person she put on a fake crazy rampage to help you get over the guilt. What a wonderful lady!

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u/fanifan Sep 27 '22

Changed my mind for sure.

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u/FR0ZENBERG Sep 27 '22

Well, she'll be living with someone soon. In a cell.

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u/bjs-penn Sep 26 '22 Silver

I’ve never hit anyone with a car. Or attempted to for that matter so I’m definitely not an expert. But damn she is bad at it.

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u/[deleted] Sep 27 '22 edited Sep 27 '22

Trying to run someone over starting from a close range in a vehicle with a turning circle larger than the thing you’re trying to hit is stupid. You have to come from range with speed to make it harder to just walk sideways out of the way. But luckily blind stupid rage doesn’t work that way

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u/Maruhai Sep 27 '22

thanks im gonna use that to rack up some kills in fortnite

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u/blessedfortherest Sep 27 '22

I dunno, maybe he’s like a matador of sorts - a muertador.

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u/DrunkRespondent Sep 27 '22 Silver

Looks more like an elantrador

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u/Ratattlata Sep 27 '22

This dude seems like the easiest person in the world to hit too. He just casually walks away as she drives directly at him all while smoking a cigarette. Man is being so nonchalant about these multiple attempts at murder.

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u/--xra Sep 27 '22

Probably for the best he didn't panic and run. When he's close like that, she can't get a bead on him. It takes too long to re-orient the car, and a split second for him to jump out of the way.

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u/tvtb Sep 27 '22

Unless you’re coming at someone at a high rate of speed, if they (the person-to-be-hit) know some basic rules, someone can avoid getting hit by a car. Look at this guy in the video, he just stays to the side of the car, outside of where the car is able to turn into. The only way is to pull a long distance away from the person, and then speed back towards them at a high rate of speed, which would give you a large area you could potentially reach with the car, and they would have trouble getting out of that area because they run slower than you

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u/NinjasAltAccount Sep 27 '22

Is there something you need to tell us

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u/billytron7 Sep 27 '22

They just told you everything you need to know

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u/crypticfreak Sep 27 '22

You don't want to know the stuff they don't need to tell you, anyways.

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u/sparkmearse Sep 27 '22

I was waiting for the part where you bury the roadkill a few feet above the body.

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u/i_have_chosen_a_name Sep 27 '22

All you need to do is hide in the bathroom, they will have to pee eventually and then BAM, you drive right over them.

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u/brutallyhonest062922 Sep 26 '22 edited Sep 27 '22

Gotta love riding on the spare with the windshield wipers going. Pro driver here folks.

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u/daveypaul40 Sep 26 '22

And you wonder why he told her she can't live with him..

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u/expespuella Sep 27 '22

I...don't think anyone is wondering that.

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u/globsofchesty Sep 27 '22

Pretty sure its because she never cleaned out the bottom tray of the toaster....that bitch

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u/speed150mph Sep 27 '22

In other news, Today I learned there’s a tray on the bottom of the toaster, and that I better clean it before my wife tries to drive me over 😂

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u/-AlternativeSloth- Sep 27 '22

Some toasters have a little trapdoor instead of a tray, you can pretend to be a bond villain dropping little ppl into your shark pond.

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u/Play_Salieri Sep 27 '22

This guy decrumbifies

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u/imoutofnameideas Sep 27 '22

Oh for sure. I can tell a toaster tray non-cleaner by the way they drive.

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u/ButHowCouldILose Sep 27 '22

Toasters have a bottom tray?

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u/AvatarMomoBrr Sep 27 '22

This is news to me. I always just tipped it upside down and banged on it

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u/Tylerb0713 Sep 27 '22

Yo that shit caught on fire the other day. Never thought about it. I use a toaster like once a year.

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u/gcruzatto Sep 27 '22

The only person she should live with is her cellmate

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u/PM_me_your_fantasyz Sep 27 '22

Now you've got me feeling sorry for her cellmate.

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u/aeschenkarnos Sep 27 '22

My guess is she probably uses the last of the coffee and doesn’t make a fresh pot.

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u/stargrove88 Sep 26 '22

Lol it’s funny when people rock the donut on their car like it’s an extra tire that you can just drive on indefinitely.

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u/UsefulEmptySpace Sep 26 '22

Always the cars with bumper damage and a donut passing you at 90+ mph at night

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u/ComprehendReading Sep 27 '22

Faces blue-lit with their phone screens.

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u/UsefulEmptySpace Sep 27 '22

And the other hand on a Wendy's large drink

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u/welcome-to-my-mind Sep 27 '22

Nah, Taco Bell Baja Blast

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u/_Lord_Grimm_ Sep 27 '22

I was also amazed by how well that donut held up. You know she’s been riding that well over the mileage limit!

This dude in his sandals moves pretty well too. Good ankles on home boy

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u/WillyC277 Sep 27 '22

I had to rock a donut for a couple of days once and I just told people it was my "motorcycle wheel." Motorcycles are cool, right??

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u/i_forgot_my_sn_again Sep 27 '22

I had to for a couple weeks trying to get a warranty replacement. But I didn’t try to murder anyone

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u/cobigguy Sep 27 '22

Well yeah, that's why you had to use the donut in the first place...

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u/just-regular-I-guess Sep 27 '22

TL;DR I drove a week on my donut.

I had the worst luck a few months ago. Hit some random "stick" in the road, heard a bang and a few minutes later the tire pressure light is on as I pulled in the driveway. As I'm testing the tire pressure, I noticed a hole in my tail light closest to the harmed tire. "Guess that was the bang!?"

I get the tire off to see if I can patch and I can't find a leak. Donut goes on right rear and I'm dropping off the tire the next day. Pick up the fixed tire and I'm driving home. Tire pressure light. But not the tire I expected. This is the left rear. Get home in the dark, donut goes back on. The next night I find a nail in it, simple patch and I'm back in business.

The next day, pothole. Slams my rear right to pieces. Donut goes on, and I gotta figure out what I'll do.

Luckily, I had two tires from a previous blowout and the tread depth matched the two patched rears. So I'm back in business.

I just love NY potholes.

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u/MikeDinStamford Sep 27 '22

They have a budget for that, send your bills and where the potholes were you will most likely get reimbursed. It’s best to get a police report but in nyc they know no cop is showing up for that, so they just pay any claims that come in.

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u/HallowskulledHorror Sep 26 '22 edited Sep 27 '22

This is definitely attempted murder, right? Completely fucked up

edit: I mostly asked because when I first got here it was pretty much all jokes and no one acting like it was insane that the driver is obviously trying to do potentially fatal harm, and that the guy filming was making basically no effort to flee or get to safety, even in moments where there was significant distance. So far replies have included

- Definitely yes

- No, but probably qualifies as assault with a deadly weapon

- Definitely no, because bad driver going slowly and not trying hard enough

- Yes, but no consequences because female

- Depends on the state and the DA

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u/Outrageous-Runner Sep 26 '22

Easily, open and shut self defense

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u/[deleted] Sep 27 '22 Silver hehehehe Vibing Wholesome (Pro)

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u/blueeyedconcrete Sep 27 '22

Yeah that checks out

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u/northshore12 Sep 27 '22

(Reads post, giggles. Reads username, giggles twice.)

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u/SheenTStars Sep 27 '22

Your honor, I swear that I actually AM a cat.

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u/JKSwift Sep 27 '22

If it pleases the court, I saw the defendant licking their own asshole in the lavatory.

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u/pauljaytee Sep 27 '22

OBJECTION relevance your honor

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u/ISLITASHEET Sep 27 '22

Objection! Calls for hearsay.

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u/A3HeadedMunkey Sep 27 '22

Objection! coughs up hairball

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u/cownd Sep 27 '22

Attorney at claw?

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u/Puzzled_Pay8172 Sep 27 '22

Other lawyer here… youre not wrong

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u/koei19 Sep 27 '22 edited Sep 27 '22

That was my first thought. My second thought was "who puts this shit on TikTok?" That video needs to go to the police, not your fucking followers.

Edit: Yes, I understand that digital files aren't limited to a single copy. I also understand why people would not rather deal with the police in this matter.

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u/Ohif0n1y Sep 27 '22

And forward it to her car insurance company. I'm sure they'd be THRILLED to deny all her repair claims as well as cancelling her policy.

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u/HockeyandTrauma Sep 27 '22

The only way they might get paid is insurance.

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u/LocalSlob Sep 27 '22

You're brave assuming she even has insurance. I'm scorned by shitty drivers in my life so far with car insurance, or lack thereof.

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u/Snoo3014 Sep 27 '22

It MAY pay out for the damage to the other cars/fence, most likely not because intentional accidents are not covered. Definitely would pay nothing for her car.

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u/dak4ttack Sep 27 '22

There's the court system and garnished wages, but that's a slim chance over a long time.

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u/Y2k4U2 Sep 27 '22

If she has a job.

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u/GameofCheese Sep 27 '22

The guy said it's his car. I think she's trying to damage it when she can't damage him.

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u/kylehatesyou Sep 27 '22

No, when she drove over to the spot where she hit the white car and the dumpster someone said "she hit your car homie". It's her car, or at least not his, but at the end she hits his car, and that's when he seems to get a bit more serious.

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u/waltur_d Sep 27 '22

Lol. You think she pays for insurance?

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u/TurboFool Sep 27 '22

I know, now that it's been put on TikTok the police will NEVER be able to see it!

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u/lurked Sep 27 '22

Yeah, we all know that in this day and age, there's only 1 single copy of a video that can exist at any given time!

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u/ImTheTechn0mancer Sep 27 '22

Idiots holding their NFTs are in shambles right now

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u/GymCloutVillain Sep 27 '22

It can easily go to both you know

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u/CubesTheGamer Sep 27 '22

Uh why not both lol

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u/Noticeably_Aroused Sep 27 '22 edited Sep 27 '22 Wholesome

Are you asking about whether this is legally attempted murder?

If so…. I mean, a DA would likely opt to go the conservative route and go with the more likely conviction they can get with ADW. Maybe a more hardcore one might charge as attempted murder cuz they want them to settle on the ADW.

Attempted murder is hard to prosecute because it has a lot of elements that are hard to prove in a crime involving a vehicle. That being said, she comes at him again… and again…. and Again…. And again and again. So you can convince people she definitely intended to hit him. The hard part is proving she intended to end his life by driving at him at around ~10-20mph. And then there’s the fact that it’s a woman on man attack. Yeah yeah we’re supposed to pretend like that shouldn’t matter …. But it does. Especially if it goes to trial. That’s an unknown variable you just have out there potentially threatening to torpedo your whole shit. Even more so if there’s DV history on both side in this or if dude in the video has a record….

A smart DA would just go for the ADW and felony DV for the DV courses post-release. Why? Because the objective is to lock her up and so… why risk it with the riskier conviction? High risk, high reward with a conviction (she likely won’t plead out with attempted murder so its going to trial for full exposure) vs low risk, moderate reward (if you slap attempted murder on her in the complaint and then offer her ADW she’ll probably take it).

In the end, she gets locked up for some years, felony on her record, she’s off the streets, DA gets a win and honestly …. That’s good enough.

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u/SoftySanta Sep 27 '22

I had to Google it and it's Assault with a Deadly Weapon if anyone is wondering.

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u/Thetakishi Sep 27 '22

Assault w/ Deadly Weapon

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u/RM2tm2 Sep 27 '22

All things considered, he did great with the camera work on this

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u/ivegotapenis Sep 27 '22 edited Sep 27 '22

Which is funny since this is the most literal /r/killthecameraman material ever!

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u/LilClapper Sep 26 '22

This smells like future debt she'll never get out of

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u/ComprehendReading Sep 27 '22

That's a problem for her future baby daddies.

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u/bixbyale Sep 26 '22

what a psychopath lol

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u/MRF1982 Sep 26 '22

The Stormtrooper of Driving

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u/ComprehendReading Sep 27 '22

Maybe this guys the Obi-Wan of dodging.

He did have the high ground.

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u/The_Law_Dong739 Sep 26 '22

I was half expecting this man to haymaker her driver's side window but the vid ended

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u/Ok_Contribution_8817 Sep 26 '22

“Love is a Many-Splendored Thing”

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u/bisho Sep 26 '22

"Don't stick your fence post in crazy"

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u/[deleted] Sep 26 '22

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u/tvtb Sep 27 '22

Trying to get the maniac out of the vehicle, if you know they are unarmed, isn’t the worst idea. Although if I was this guy I would just get indoors somewhere

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u/zman0900 Sep 27 '22

Good way to get a car-sized hole in your house

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u/Commandant_Grammar Sep 27 '22

I was hoping he'd stand in front of a telephone pole

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u/Resident_Structure_5 Sep 27 '22

Me toooooo! I know it's bystander syndrome and all but that would have been beauuuutiful if he juked her into a pole.

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u/Dorksim Sep 27 '22

I bet he was reaching to try and open it.

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u/TransformerTanooki Sep 27 '22

I had to teach my dad that one and he was way over due for that advice.

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u/ComprehendReading Sep 27 '22

How'd your mom take it?

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u/CricketSimple2726 Sep 26 '22

I guess that’s the last thing she’ll smash for a few years…

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u/Beneficial_Refuse_79 Sep 26 '22

Probably not...she'll just get probation and pay restitution. I've seen girls get away with light sentences for similar things.

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u/mseuro Sep 27 '22

Someone pinned me against my car with theirs, on camera, with witnesses, and the cops did nothing. Y'all have a lot of faith in law and order and I don't know why.

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u/AhhAGoose Sep 27 '22

Bro, you know she has priors. No one goes full GTA the first time. If she loses control like this, she’s been locked up before

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u/El_Chairman_Dennis Sep 27 '22

Not according to the averages.

"In the United States men are most adversely affected by sentencing disparity being twice as likely to be sentenced to jail after conviction than women and receiving on average 63% longer jail sentences."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sentencing_disparity

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u/AhhAGoose Sep 27 '22

For the first time in her life, she is above average then

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u/Meems04 Sep 27 '22

Absolutely true. People laugh at me when I tell them fair jail sentences for women v men is one of the things I work on in my state in the name of feminism. But when I say equality, I mean it. And it's bullshit - there shouldnt be any disparity when the crimes + priors are the same, especially in cases with high recidivism. Women can be ring leaders of serious crimes, they can be attempted murders & they can be vicious in their actions. Just because judges don't see them often means nothing to the individual & their current and prior actions.

I also work on prison reform in general. Women's prisons are like summer camps compared to men's prisons.

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u/Solo_Fisticuffs Sep 27 '22

ik of a dude whose wife stabbed him in the neck and they wouldnt even put her away for a weekend

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u/xDragonetti Sep 27 '22

Just made her, “leave for the night” or some stupid shit, I’d bet.

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u/The-Sofa-King Sep 27 '22

Hell, I've even read of dudes calling 911 for their girlfriends domestic violence only to end up being carted out in handcuffs themselves.

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u/laysito Sep 26 '22

This man rolls like a Dark Souls expert lmao

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u/blackmagickrabbit Sep 27 '22

Right! Thought I saw him roll dodge one of those times 😂

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u/maidenmashin Sep 26 '22

unbelievable how quiet it is in the background for what is going on, I expected some yelling and noise

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u/The_Woven_Web Sep 26 '22

There is a TikTok logo, I expected the Oh No song.

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u/tgmarie137 Sep 26 '22

Claims adjuster here: her insurance isn’t paying for any of that. This is both an intentional act, and an act in the course of committing a crime.

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u/tjcline09 Sep 27 '22

Out of curiosity, would her insurance pay if it was his car that she took?

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u/YoursTastesBetter Sep 27 '22

No, her insurance would not pay if she stole his car. Damages that occur during the commission of a crime are excluded. His insurance may pay for his own vehicle damages if she stole it (if he had comprehensive), but any other property she damaged would not be covered.

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u/FlowerOfLife Sep 27 '22

So if she was to hit my car (a random person) during this, I’d just be on my own for the damages?

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u/YoursTastesBetter Sep 27 '22

From the perspective of the car owners insurance, yes. If you have Collison coverage, you'd go through your own carrier. If you don't, your recourse would be to sue the driver that caused your damage.

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u/carvedmuss8 Sep 27 '22

If he had comprehensive, probably, since he could claim it was stolen during the act.

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u/The-Big-Sauce Sep 26 '22

WOOHOO, was hoping someone in the insurance field was here to comment lol

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u/Extension_Pepper_506 Sep 26 '22

Wow thanks for that. I'm sure we all were wondering if our insurance would cover attempted murder

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u/Mmnn2020 Sep 26 '22

How the hell is he so calm just toying with her. One misstep and he could legitimately be paralyzed/suffer brain damage/die.

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u/Magnemite987 Sep 26 '22

“If you know your enemy and you know yourself, you shan’t fear the result of a hundred battles” - Sun Tzu

I believe this is a quote, still pretty risky what he’s doing. I guess don’t let it get momentum and run you over st 80km. Or just not able to think fast enough.

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u/kfh227 Sep 26 '22

Because cars can't go sideways. It's easy to sidestep when close.

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u/MUMPERS Sep 27 '22

You develop a surprising tolerance for bullshit in these relationships too lmao. For us, it's terrifying, for him, it's a Tuesday.

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u/cobigguy Sep 27 '22

And not even a particularly exciting one.

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u/Weegemonster5000 Sep 27 '22

He's in crocs tho. I don't think he even has sport mode engaged. It would be real easy to slip.

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u/Genisye Sep 26 '22

He knows she’s always been a shitty driver

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u/somedude456 Sep 27 '22 edited Sep 27 '22

Cars don't turn on a dime. I would be laughing at her if I was him, while easily stepping out of the way. Key is to step towards the car and to the side. She can't get you. The times he worried was when she was too far back and had time to adjust her aim. Anytime she stopped, he should have gone close to the car, not farther away.

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u/Hope4gorilla Sep 27 '22

Tbh I was hoping he kept matador-ing his way around her until she wrecked her car on the environment

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u/Respectable_Answer Sep 27 '22

I mean... I doubt he's a genius either.

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u/DrKennethNoisewater- Sep 27 '22

Dude is a fuckin moron. Willingly standing in the middle of a road with nothing to jump behind, while someone is actively trying to hit him.

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u/RomanOrleans504 Sep 26 '22

shawty literally tried to r/killthecsmeraman in all seriousness fellas this toxic shit is not cute cool or sexy if you got a crazy bitch like this on your hands cancel that bitch like Nino

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u/GreyJedi56 Sep 26 '22

Bruh dodge a bullet and the car

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u/Hefftee Sep 27 '22

Dodging a bullet means the relationship never got to this point in the first place. He did dodge that car tho

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u/cjboffoli Sep 26 '22

Those compact spare tires are intended as a temporary stopgap to provide you with the opportunity to get a replacement. They are not designed for continual use, including running over ex lovers.

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u/ComradeSpaceman Sep 27 '22

Based on watching that whole video, the individual driving that vehicle does not appear to have any concern for what happens to it.

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u/wasack17 Sep 27 '22

In fairness, she really only needs it to go about 6 feet. That's assuming she runs him over the long way.

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u/Apollo618 Sep 26 '22

I don't know why but I thought she threw a grenade out the window for a second lmao

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u/ragweed Sep 27 '22

Yeah, FPS instincts definitely kicking in.

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u/meetup010922 Sep 27 '22

I had a girlfriend that had a temper and would lock me in the house, when I said I would call the police she would say "I'll tell them you hit me."

THIS IS ABUSIVE BEHAVIOUR.

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u/sbsbkc Sep 26 '22

Well, it looks like you not letting her live with you was the overwhelmingly correct decision!

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u/Schmelbell Sep 26 '22

I’d be more worried about replacing that donut. You’re only supposed to put like 50 miles on those things. Girl is wasting precious miles!

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u/KnightontheSun Sep 27 '22

It's only temporary, unless it works.

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u/professor_doom Sep 27 '22 edited Sep 27 '22

Many years ago, I dumped a girl I had been dating for a few months and then had to drive her home. Halfway home, she looks at me and says, “is this done? Like really done?”

“Yeah. I can’t do this rollercoaster. I’m done, for good.”

She gets this strange look on her face and cold as ice, she says, “then I don’t want to live”

And throws herself out of my car at 45mph.

I screech on the brakes and run over to the spot where she was laying, face down and looking pretty gnarley. I lose my mind and start screaming. To my eternal relief, she stands up slowly, looking like she’s gone for a ride in a cement mixer. She has a bunch of bloody spots and is covered in dirt. She says, “you better not tell anyone about this. I’d hate to have them think you’re a liar.”

Utterly numb and in shock, I put her back I the car and drive her home. I clean and patch her up (no stitches or broken bones, unbelievably!). When I determine she’s not a threat to herself any more, I put her to bed and never see her again.

I had my first series of panic attacks after that and for a few months afterward. Fifteen years later, she’s still alive, as far as I know.

Long story short, sometimes the beautiful ones are crazy as a road lizard and you don’t find out until you dump them.

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u/Boring_fish144 Sep 27 '22

I must say I think you are lucky, seeing how the story progressed I took it for granted that it would end with you getting a false report and being convicted.

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u/xJTxD0notPaN1C Sep 27 '22

I hope you are doing well brother, damn.

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u/professor_doom Sep 27 '22

Thanks, you’re very kind to say.

This was twelve years ago and the panic attacks stopped happening about six months after the incident. I met someone else, married her and had two kids. Things are pretty great now.

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u/fresh_like_Oprah Sep 27 '22

A lesson to be learned, dump and walk away. On a protected sidewalk, preferably.

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u/HayDiosMio- Sep 26 '22

God I hate Oklahoma

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u/sztejk21 Sep 26 '22

I love how this person just says that they hate Oklahoma

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u/b-rar Sep 26 '22

I'm OK with it

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u/The_Radioactive_Rat Sep 26 '22

I hope that wasn’t his car

Edit: Bruh right as I say it

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u/Ashensten Sep 26 '22

"she in my car" hahaha

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u/The_Radioactive_Rat Sep 26 '22

Man sometimes I worry about dating

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u/Ashensten Sep 26 '22

Just hide your keys

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u/drogods Sep 26 '22

Facts. I was trying to leave my gf and get out of the apartment and she grabbed my keys and literally put them down her pants half up her vag.

She also: hairsprayed my face while I was sleeping, ripped her weave off and attempted strangling me, etc.

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u/CarlySimonSays Sep 27 '22

That is all horrifying. Most important thing: are you ok now, and safe?

I’m so sorry you went through that.

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u/drogods Sep 27 '22

Yeah she’s in prison and I moved to another state. I only stayed as long as I did to make sure her 3 year old daughter went to a good home and not the foster system.

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u/Gruntypellinor Sep 27 '22

You'll get plenty of warning notice before your dates try to run you over, (usually).

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u/whatthefir2 Sep 26 '22

Isn’t it she hit my car?

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u/FuzzelFox Sep 27 '22

That's what I heard too. I think the white BMW she slams into towards the end is his car. She drove over into that parking lot and that's when he says, "she hit my car lol". Then you see her deliberately hit the front of the BMW.

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u/newmoneyblownmoney Sep 27 '22

I thought he said she hit my car after she drove up in the parking lot. If she was in his car, he seemed pretty calm watching her beat the shit out of it. He must have real good insurance lol.

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u/Respectable_Answer Sep 27 '22

I think he said "she hit my car." It's right as she starts hitting parked cars.

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u/m1k3fx Sep 26 '22

Now you REALLY cant live with me!!

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u/MemeResearcher17 Sep 26 '22

"why are you running?!"

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u/funnyusernamehahayes Sep 26 '22

is this eldy ring?

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u/amusso6 Sep 27 '22

My man sure ain't fat rolling. He got the dodge mechanic down as well as the massive hit boxes.

What a legend.

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u/h1gsta Sep 27 '22

I-frames on fleek

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u/amusso6 Sep 27 '22

He running life at 240 hrz, I have no doubt.

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u/Ishaan863 Sep 27 '22

scrolled down for this. was my man spamming roll evade LMFAO

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u/WordierThanThou Sep 26 '22

Um, why is no one calling the cops on this psycho?

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u/Phillyredsox Sep 26 '22

Lmao. At least he’s having a good time.

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u/southerngurl1227 Sep 26 '22

My heart was pounding on this one. Someone lock her up!

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u/Mr_WAAAGH Sep 26 '22

If you're gonna run me over, at least do it in something nice lmao. If the last thing I gotta see is your cars bumper then make it a bentley

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u/MisterMondayKnight Sep 26 '22

Nothing like a little attempted vehicular homicide on the timeline 🥰

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u/CaesarsLegion01 Sep 26 '22

Anyone else notice him cock back as the video ends

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u/tbrclimber Sep 26 '22

The good news is now she will have state housing for the next few years