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March 30, 2016

'THEY ARGUED AFTER DRINKS'

Hubby drove with wife ON ROOF OF sport utility vehicle

You know the state.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson and Ralph)

Another Version: Man, 69, 'drove six miles with his screaming wife, 50, clinging to roof of his Toyota and claims he didn't know she was there'

(Thanks to Geoff, who says "What noise?")

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To be fair, the trannies on those Toyotas can whine a lot at highway speeds.

While he played The Drifters in the background, a spokesman for Uber stated that he had no comment.

Luckily for him, this was Florida, so he was immediately released with a complimentary bag of grapefruits.

Addy told police that he decided to leave one of those bars without his wife because of their fight and that she somehow ended up on the top of his car.

Don't you hate when that happens.

Wife on top? Kinky, and possibly illegal if he went over state lines....

*snork* @ wiredog

unauthorized roof rack ?

He finally noticed her but said he didn't stop the car because he didn't have a phone to call the police

Totally justified. If I did this, I wouldn't want to confront my wife afterward unless I was surrounded by a dozen cops for my protection.

I just think they need to communicate better. "Dear, I'm on the roof of the car..."

How did his wife wind up on the roof in the first place? Yes. LeDud, better communication was needed here, but I doubt even Dr. Phil could save this marriage.

Anyone seen their grandkids?

Having images of 'The Beverly Hillbillies', riding to their new home with Granny in her rocking chair tied to the bed of the family pickup truck.

Now where do I find that gezzer bus?

State of inebriation?

*parks Geezer Bus in front of ImNotDave's place of residence, beeps horn, waits patiently*

🎼 Tradition.... 🎶

By any chance was this guy's name Addy? They mentioned it enough. I'd also like to know how she got on top of the car in the first place.

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