Last issue before spring break. In an effort to keep you safe, I will share a cautionary tale.
Connecticut prosecutors say Heather Specyalski was driving Neil Esposito’s Mercedes when it veered off the road, killing Esposito. But Heather’s defense appeals to good sense. How could she have been driving when she was busy giving road head? Esposito was found thrown from the car with his pants down. State Attorney Maureen Platt isn’t buying it. “His pants could have been down because he wasn’t feeling well,” she said. Just a pre-Spring Break reminder that those with the power to put you in jail aren’t the least bit connected to reality.
Friday’s forecast: Road head driving is as dangerous as driving tired, stoned and drunk, combined. So if you’re only doing one, you should be chill.