For those of us who have been in some form of a car accident, we know that it’s a terrible rush of emotions, damages, and worse, injuries. We’re surely not at a calmest when an accident happens, assured the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit, and sometimes we say things we don’t mean. Redditor ConfusedAutist found […] More
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For a short time in my life I held a career as a traffic school instructor. I wouldn't teach people to drive, they would come in after a traffic infraction to lessen the fine on their ticket or points on their license. And nine times out of ten... everybody was their for speeding, or a wrong left turn. The answers everyone had for speeding was always comedy gold. Though nobody can top me and my excuse for going 135 in a 50... but I digress; next to me, only the police must have better stories.

Redditor u/CaptainRonny wanted the po-po to tell us a few funny tales by asking.... Police Officers of Reddit, what was the silliest thing you've heard from someone trying to avoid a ticket for speeding?
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