Waffle House Worker has Wild Ride

Andrew Brian McKnight was standing outside the Murfreesboro, Tennessee Waffle House where he worked when three teenagers walked outside, followed by a waitress who said they hadn't paid for their order. McKnight approached the group. The three jumped in a car, and the driver started forward, bumping McKnight. He fell on the hood of the vehicle, which took off. The coffee he was holding spilled on the car hood and made it slippery. While the car sped down the road, McKnight managed to call 911.
"Yeah, I need you to send a cop car to Highway 99 at Cason Lane immediately," McKnight tells police after dialing 911. "I'm stuck on the hood of somebody's car and they refuse to stop."

"Now, do what now?" the dispatcher responds.

Eighteen-year-old Christopher Allen Miller drove for about five minutes at up to 60 mph with McKnight on the hood. When he stopped, McKnight demanded the car keys and gave the teenager a piece of his mind. Police arrested Miller, and turned his two juvenile passengers over to their parents. McKnight was not injured. http://www.dnj.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=20106030323 -via Fark

(image credit: Aaron Thompson/DNJ)

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Acording to Mythththththbusfsfsfsfsfsterfsfsfsfsfs you also cannot blow away a car with a plane engine and is it not possible to splice a powerboat on a pole and some more...
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a few choice words and he demanded the keys????

not gonna be a keyboard commando, but that kid made out pretty well as far as I'm concerned.......
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