Embarrassed Carjackers Signs Up For Driver's School
on 10/19/2006 (0)
Australia - A female carjacker, who has suffered nationwide embarrassment after dragging a woman out of her vehicle only to discover that it was a manual transmission car that she couldn't drive, has enrolled in a local driver's education school to prevent such an incident from occurring again.
|What the hell is that?!?|
"It was horrible, just horrible," said the 20-year old Stacey Barker. "I worked hard to violently throw that old wretch from her vehicle and then I couldn't get away. Three pedals, no drive gear, what the hell?!?"
After repeatedly grinding the gears as she tried to put the car into first gear and get away, Stacey fled on foot. Two men, laughing hysterically all the while, stopped her and the police arrived shortly afterward.
Stacey was taken to the Miranda police station where the on-duty officers relentlessly mocked her. She was then charged with common assault and assault with intent to take or drive the car.
Days later, Stacey has enrolled in the "Australia School for Driving Good", where she will learn, among many other topics, how to drive a manual transmission car.
"At the Australia School for Driving Good, our aim is to make our drivers drive good, no matter what they are driving or how evil their intentions may be," said instructor Ted Washingmachine. "We don't ask why they're doing it, we don't really care as long as we get paid."
"My life is stealing cars, I can't let one setback put an end to my dream," said an upbeat Stacey. "Next time I find myself in a manual transmission vehicle, I'm not only going to drive away with it, but I think I'm going to run-down its owner too! Then no one will be laughing."
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