As a whole, people that yap on their phones while behind the wheel are considered to be inconsiderate at least, and a threat to other's well being in the extreme. So Joseph C. Asselin took it upon himself to play traffic vigilante by beginning to yell at a fellow motorist that was chatting it up while driving in Peoria, Arizona. After a brief exchange of obscenities, Asselin crossed several lanes, struck the Bluetooth-unequipped pickup driver, forcing him to cross the median and head into oncoming traffic.
Thankfully, no one was hurt and Asselin was later arrested and charged with aggravated assault, endangerment and criminal damage. We can't help but think that there's more to the story than that, but then again, that moron in the yellow H2 who cut us off earlier in the week had us screaming out the window like Andrew Dice Clay coming off a Meth binge.

[Source: AZCentral.com via Fark via Engadget]


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