Blotted pedestrians – left without work

Blotted pedestrians – left without work

August 5, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

The residents of the cities know this problem very well: some drivers, driving by in the rain, seem to be adding gas to pour water on people. So in Ottawa, there was one such dumpster, who on July 27 after the rain rode along King Edward Avenue and cuddled to the side of the road to dig deeper into the puddles. In the published video, taken from another car, it is clear that at least four people suffered from the hooligan trick of the driver of the white van Ford Transit (three, apparently, got wet through).

In the published video, taken from another car, it is clear that at least four people suffered from the hooligan trick of the driver of the white van Ford Transit (three, apparently, got wet through).

The recording received a great public response in Canada. The lender quickly figured out and found: as reported by CBC News, he was a member of the construction contractor Black & McDonald, which also works for the police of Ottawa. On July 29, the company brought via Facebook official apologies for the trick of his driver, saying that this is a categorically unacceptable behavior and the employee has already been dismissed. The chief of the local police greeted this decision via Twitter. In general, justice triumphed, in spite of the fact that Canadian laws do not regulate puddles in puddles, – public indignation has done its job.