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Road rage incident ends with trucker’s thrown pee-bottle


A motorist ended up with an open bottle of pee in their car after a road rage encounter with a truck driver in California late last week. 

The incident happened in Susanville, California on October 27th along State Route 36. 

California Highway Patrol reports that they were called to the scene after a tractor trailer attempted to merge into the left lane, during which the truck driver allegedly tried to force an SUV into oncoming traffic. The driver then allegedly honked his horn at the SUV “multiple times” and tailgated the motorist as they continued south on US 395. 

When the SUV turned left at the Susanville Airport, the truck driver allegedly took advantage of the motorist’s open windows and chucked an open bottle of urine into the car, spraying urine throughout the moving car. 

The truck driver was later stopped by police and investigated. A complaint regarding the trucker’s actions has since been filed and submitted to the Lassen County District Attorney’s Office, but the driver has not been officially cited.


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