Woman Flees Police For Cheeseburger
We all have been there — times when you felt so hungry that you would do anything to get your hands on some food. Food is life. Sometimes a delicious, meal all to yourself is all you need to feel at peace. Sometimes food can make you well peaceful, calm, happy and content. And when you eat your favorite food it’s even better, you feel like heaven on Earth.
In some cases, you get a craving for some food, and you totally should satisfy that hunger. If not, you're probably going to get hangry, and nobody likes you when you're hangry. That’s why nothing could stop this woman when she wanted to est her favorite food, a cheeseburger. Not even the police could stop her. Check out this video and see an exact definition of ‘desperate times calls for desperate measures.’
At 3:33 AM Officer Meadows observed a white female, Tiara Lynn Crace run from across the street directly to the white Kia, get in and start it. The female then drove off as the officer was attempting to intercept her.
Officer Meadows attempted to stop the Kia by turning on the patrol vehicle emergency lights and sirens, but the Kia failed to finish. The Kia then pulled into the driveway of 2742 Blue Cypress Lake Court and Crace ran into the home at the same address.
Officer Meadows gave chase on foot into the house where Crace surrendered. Crace told her mother that she ran because she wanted a cheeseburger. Wow, that got us thinking? What kind of cheeseburger was that that she didn’t even stop for the police?
She was later taken to the Lee County Jail and charged with fleeing and eluding and resisting without violence. There is not much we can say about this event; the event itself speaks for itself. Food can make you do crazy stuff, especially if it’s a delicious cheeseburger.
Well, we’ve learned today that hunger can make you do bad stuff. Here is another proof that food can make you feel bad stuff. This hungry raccoon slowly takes 28 pounds of cat food to his hiding place.
This raccoon sure is sneaky! It tries to take the cat food away as quietly as possible, slowly bringing it over to his hiding place with his mouth. No one is going to find him under there, and he has thought out his plans! The things you do for food!
Credit: Cape Coral Police Department