The Big Wake Up With Don Chase and Sarah

The Big Wake Up With Don Chase and Sarah

The Big Wake Up With Don Chase and Sarah

One of the busiest freeways in the nation got a wild ride from an impaired woman driving on three wheels. You have to see this.

Welcome to Brainless Boneheads! Every Friday, Don Chase & Sarah find some of the wildest, craziest stories out there to help kick off your weekend with a smile.

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  • Only Three Wheels

    We all have flat tires from time to time. Either we change the tire or find someone who can. Not this lady.

    Drivers along California’s 405 were shocked to see a woman driving on a busy freeway and driving on 3 wheels. Once fellow drivers were able to get her to stop, they told police that sparks were flying from the car and even her hatchback was open.

    According to a police report, the woman stated that she was not under the influence of anything. She also stated that while trying to change her flat tire, she got impatient and just drove off on 3 wheels. Just wait until she gets that repair bill.

  • That's One Intense Corn Maze

    You know when you have an itch that you just can’t scratch?

    Imagine corn kernels being stuck in your boot. Now imagine going to take them out… and accidentally shooting yourself in the leg! YIKES!

    A 38-year-old man in Minnesota – Jerome Keenan – did just that at the Twin Cities Harvest Festival Corn Maze. The bad thing is, there were plenty of families around and parents were outraged at the incident! He was a licensed gun owner and there was no ban on guns at the corn maze property. However, the police are looking at potentially filing charges.

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