Doug

Things Not To Do: This
Things Not To Do: This

So this happened in Saudi Arabia.  Some guy riding on the hood of a car texting and generally acting very nonchalant at the speed of 60 mph.  Clearly the guy filming this is in on the act.  But I’m not sure what I find more disturbing:  1) The guy on the hood of the car 2) The guy driving and filming this at the same time 3) Saudi Arabia’s definition of what a “lane” is and their lackadaisical use of them.

I think it’s the whole lane thing.  I mean really.  Look.  Those aren’t lanes.  They’re dots.  And people aren’t just driving between them, they’re between them, and over them, and near them.  I guess it’s a free for all on the Saudi Arabia highways.

Technically, this guy isn’t texting and driving… Technically.  And what’s with the bicycle kicks in the middle there?  Just airing things out downstairs?  Couldn’t you just buy a fan?

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