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Mooning passenger falls on driver


TO Australia’s Northern Territory. Senior Sergeant Garry Smith tells what occurred when an 18-year-old woman was overtaking a semi-trailer travelling at 100km/h on the Stuart Highway, in Virginia:

“It was a complete act of stupidity. The passenger decided it would be a great idea to ‘moon’ the driver of the semi-trailer.”

WIth his trousers down, the passenger lost his balance as he was trying to get himself into the right position. He fell on the driver. With her view blocked, she lost control of the car.

“She veered off the road and travelled for about 100m through the scrub, hitting a large rock which caused it (the car) to roll over on to its roof… If it wasn’t so dangerous, it could have been quite funny. But under the circumstances, we were lucky we weren’t telling a family of a death.”

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Posted: 21st, May 2013 | In: Reviews | Comment

Mooners Hit And Collected By Car

WORD of The Day is delivered by police spokesman Steve Jones who is talking to media on the matter of a mooner struck by a car on an Australian road:

“Five youths, aged 19 to 20 years, were in the middle of the road with their pants down around their ankles, mooning passing vehicles The first vehicle was able to take evasive action, but another vehicle travelling approximately 400m behind has collected one of the youths.”

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Posted: 14th, August 2011 | In: Strange But True | Comment

Mooner Stabbed With Garden Fork In Luton

MOONING. Anorak is broadly for it. It is all about timing. Take the story of the Nathan Mwanje, a 26-year-old now serving five years jail for stabbing Jay Jay Hind with a garden fork.

Suring a row on on Russell Rise, Luton, on 15 July, 2010, Hind dropped his trousers. Mwanje reacted. He had a fork to hand. And the fork went into Hind, who required 28 staples in his wounds.

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Posted: 25th, May 2011 | In: Strange But True | Comments (4)