The Daily Habit: Weird News

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The Lord Is My Shepherd And He Made Me Steel A Car-  PLAIN CITY, Utah – Boy, kids come up with the darned stories when they’re in trouble, or when they don’t feel like doing something.  In many cases it’s naivety at it’s best and most creative stage, even if they’re too young to understand what their tall tales mean.  Some kids won’t sleep with the lights out because of the monster under their bed.  Others refuse to eat they spinach because they think it will make them poop green stuff all over the place.  According to this one kid, he heisted a car because he didn’t want to say his prayers in church, but he’s only 7 years old and doesn’t even have  license, yet.

A 7-year-old boy led Utah officers on a high speed car chase in an effort to avoid going to church last Sunday.  Bystanders called 911 to report a young lad who was driving all over town like a maniac.  One witness said the boy drove through a stop sign while he was texting on a cell phone and another said he saw the boy parallel park the car perfectly before running into a licquor store to buy some bourbon and smokes.    Shortly thereafter two deputies caught up with the boy and tried, unsuccessfully of course, to stop the stolen car in an area about 45 miles north of Salt Lake City.  The boy continued the chase until he pulled ino a random driveway and ran inside the home for a glass of milk and a quick pee (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090729/ap_on_fe_st/us_odd_young_driver).

After his father caught up with him, the boy said he didn’t want to go to church and listen to the perv preacher give his sermon.  Despite a major ass whipping and no driving for a month, there isn’t much that can be done.  The kid is too young to prosecute so no citations were issued, although police did urge the father to take the little brat to a driver’s education school.  The aforementione preacher reccommended 10 Hail Marys, a couple of Our Fathers,  and some private time in the confessional every day after school.

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~ by the115 on 07/30/2009.

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