At this time of year, you’d probably be quick to blame slippery streets on ice and snow.
Monday night in Fort Loramie, Ohio, you’d have been wrong.
A Shelby County Sheriff’s deputy was called to investigate a report of large amounts of lettuce on SR 705 only to arrive on the scene and find vehicles slipping and sliding in the intersection on what turned out to be a heaping helping of cole slaw.
As the fire department washed away the slippery slaw, a truck filled with the same slaw that was in the road pulled through the intersection. The driver gave the deputy the phone number for his company, 5 C’s Farm, and promised to check with the other truck drivers about the incident.
Sidney Daily News