When santa claus meets a bad driver

Crazy hit & run

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+4 1. Judge-Jake commented 233 days ago

Good old Santa. :D
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-3 2. Klemm commented 233 days ago

Crazy santa. He made her way more dangerous by scaring her into running. Should have just recorded the license plate and called police.
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+1 3. Scutterbucket commented 233 days ago

Cop dropped his bike lol.
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0 4. Austin commented 233 days ago

To the people that down voted #2. Klemm's suggestion to [record the license plate and call the police].

I will speculate, given past discussions, that you may be the law and order Americans. Passive safe presumably police recommended actions (i.e let them handle it) haven't sat well with you - you have advocated 'action for the assuring punishment, preserving public peace, and for the sake of justice. Ok. To each their own.

This happened in Europe and Santa did what he did, giving chase and putting his body on the line, in part because he had a good expectation that the driver would not have a gun. This is just a fact. We dont enter confrontations expecting the opponent / assailant / criminal to have a gun. Knife possibly but no gun.

I would never take such action, that is a traffic stop, in America because of the legitimate fear that the driver will have a gun. This is the fear of all police officers as well which is why they hate tinted / shaded car windows.

So, to all the down-voters, as American drivers don't you have any concern that the driver might have a gun?
Would you have taken such action had this occurred in America? Be honest. [record the license plate and call the police] is your only safe option in America - so why the down votes?
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-2 5. snotraddict commented 229 days ago

#4 wow, your perception is way off there junior. I would not hesitate in most instances.

To #2's point which is not a bad idea but in this case we see what we see after the fact and it's very easy being a keyboard quarterback. The accident was brief, perhaps he wasn't sure his video caught it. There's also various ways to get out of these predicaments if you run and the police are not there to witness. For example, here locally in the Los Angeles area (hit and run capital of the nation), if a drunk driver hits someone, they'll run and may turn themselves in the next day. The punishment for leaving the scene of an accident is much less than drunk driving. Or just say I wasn't the driver, where's the proof? Even in this video you have a car, but no proof of the who the driver is.

There is a fine line between putting others in danger and allowing lawlessness.
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0 6. thundersnow commented 220 days ago

What a bad ass Santa! <3
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0 7. bella1 commented 219 days ago

I personally if riding my bike would not get any where near that person in the car, i would get the licence and keep her in my sights until she pulls over into her driveway at home