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A man in the US has been arrested after dumping a mound of dirt on top of the car his girlfriend drove to his place of work.
Hunter Mills, from Crestview, Florida, wanted to talk to his girlfriend and so on Thursday she drove to the excavation site where he works, according to police.
However, she turned up driving someone else's Cadillac. After she refused to answer a question, Mills used a front-end loader to dump a mound of dirt on top of the car... while she was still inside... with the window down.
Fortunately, the woman wasn't injured in the incident, but 20-year-old Mills has been charged with criminal mischief - and you'd have to think the dumper has now been dumped too.
Hunter Mills of Crestview wanted to talk to his girlfriend - but when she showed up in someone else's :red_car: and wouldn't answer a question, he used a front end loader to dump dirt on the 2010 Cadillac. Her window was down. :flushed: He's charged with #felony criminal mischief. #Florida pic.twitter.com/0supeDG0tn
- OkaloosaSheriff (@OCSOALERTS) August 16, 2019
Driver, Wang, said he was squabbling with his girlfriend just prior to the crash, veering right and smashing through a barrier before plunging into a river in Rui'an in East China's Zhejiang province.
CCTV footage shows Wang's girlfriend - soaking wet in her long black dress - walking away from the crash site on her own, while the driver himself repeatedly thanks those who helped them.
Meanwhile, as recently as a couple of weeks ago, another couple in China reaffirmed the message that vehicles should be kept well away from heated arguments.
Footage showed a husband clinging to the bonnet of a car for three miles while his wife drove it down a motorway near the city of Bijie in China's south-western Guizhou Province with their three children in the back.
It's not exactly clear what they were arguing about, but it all kicked off after the husband got out of the car during a tiff and the wife attempted to drive away. Evidently not keen on this, the husband stood in front of the vehicle... but this didn't quite act as the deterrent you might expect.
So, just to reiterate the moral of these stories - by all means squabble with your partner if needs be, but maybe leave the cars out of it.
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