Woman Blames GPS after Driving Her Car into a Sand Trap

Perhaps after spending too much time at the nineteenth hole, a woman in Northbridge, Massachusetts drove her car into a sand trap on a golf course. She was unable to extricate herself without going well over par. This was, of course, not her fault. Her car's malfunctionaing GPS navigational system was to blame:

Northbridge Police Officer Randy Lloyd wrote in his report at the arraignment in Uxbridge District Court yesterday that [redacted--ed.], 46, of 427 Sutton St., “stated that her GPS had told her to turn left. She stated that this left brought her into a 'cornfield' and once she was in the 'cornfield' she kept driving trying to get out of her 'cornfield.' ”

Link -via Jalopnik | Photo: NECN

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