We have a massive week in the works, just you wait! In today’s 🎥OTD, we look at 2 situations; one that had taken place on the streets of Canada, whilst the other was in India. Both had just occurred in the past 24 hours, with the Mississauga road-rage incident taking the cake in being more news-worthy.
“She switched into the right lane as we approached a red light, and then swiftly switched back into my lane and slammed on the brakes, causing me to slam on my brakes and lay on the horn,” said Golfetto. The other driver responded with a rude hand gesture. Golfetto said said she gestured to him again when he passed her in the opposite lane.
After passing her, he looked through his rear-view mirror, and was shocked to see the woman had gotten out of her car and was approaching his. That’s when Golfetto said he put his car into park and rolled up the windows for safety, and took out his phone. She ultimately whipped a mason-jar that caused the rear-window to shatter, in what many claim to be one of the greatest arms that they’ve ever seen in a woman.
These drivers are getting out of hand, and we’ve seen multiple fatal situations that were caused on the road in the last few weeks/months. Luckily for the driver, he got footage of the females license plate and has already sent it over to law enforcement and is expecting justice. His window has also been replaced.
Our 2nd situation concerns a terrible dog owner and his vicious dog, that ends up tragically biting an Indian delivery man’s penis. Thankfully, it doesn’t look like he lost the entire thing; but it looks intensely painful and we really do feel for the man. The public was ultimately enraged and demanded that the owner should be jailed, as the German Shepherd went absolutely ballistic and attacked the delivery man as he came out of an elevator. Poor guy was just doing his job, and was on his way to the next delivery before a life altering jury that may now impact his opportunity in creating life. He’s still at the hospital, undergoing crucial treatment. Scroll below for the full footage. If you’re a dog lover or whatever it may be, you may not want to watch the footage.
India is known for its wild dog attacks and in most cases it has to do with strays, rather than dogs that are owned and trained. Nonetheless, these owners lack the basic abilities in nurturing and raising a safe and controlled dog. Here’s a few more incidents that occurred 3 days ago, and in the month of August.