Speeding driver blames lack of goats
Wed Sep 6, 12:17 PM ET
The driver was caught traveling 161 km/hr (100 mph) in a 100 km/hr zone in eastern Ontario Sunday.
"A motorist from Switzerland, used to driving around hills and mountains, takes advantage of the ability to go faster without risking hitting a goat," read the traffic officer's notes of the incident.
Local police said it was the first time they had ever heard of such an excuse.
"I've never been to Switzerland but obviously they must have a problem with that there," said police spokesman Joel Doiron, adding that in his 20 years of service he had never found a goat on the highways of eastern Ontario.
I am actually surprised he did not comment about the psycho cows in Switzerland. It seems that the goats are a problem as well. I was thinking about going to Switzerland, but now I am reconsidering.
Maybe he should have had his Toddler drive for him. I have heard they are real good drivers.