Daily Joke: New Mercedes Owner Pulls Over after Trying to Drive Away from a Cop
A cop pulled over a new Mercedes owner who was driving at full speed and away from the police. However, the man gave a hilarious answer as an excuse.
A man newly purchased the latest Mercedes automobile and was excited to test its engine, especially after reading the car's awesome features.
One quiet evening, he decided to hit the road and drive interstate to enjoy his new ride. So he cruised around until he hit a major highway. During the journey, the top of the vehicle was down and the wind began blowing his hair.
Due to this, the man opened her up while driving at a somewhat high speed. When the car's meter read 80 mph, the Mercedes owner realized a flashing red light tailing him. He smiled and said:
"There ain't no way they can catch a Mercedes."
Feeling rather confident, the man increased his speed and led the needle to run on 90, 100, 110, and finally 120 mph. Indeed, it was difficult for the vehicle behind to get past him.
A few minutes later, he felt guilty, so he slowed down, packed the car on one side of the road, and alighted from the Mercedes. The police officer reached him, pulled over, and demanded a credible excuse to avoid paperwork.
The cop admitted that it had been a long day, and he was willing to let things go if the man can come up with an excuse. The driver wore a remorseful look, sighed, and said:
"Last week, my wife ran off with a cop, and I was afraid you were trying to give her back!"
Here is another hilarious response joke that will have you reeling in laughter. A dietician was at a conference, addressing a large audience concerning the consumption of unhealthy food.
The food expert explained that some vegetables and red meat could be poisonous to humans. He added water and stated that the germs in drinking water are equally risky for a healthy lifestyle. The dietician pointed to an audience after saying:
"But there is one thing that is the most dangerous...can anyone here tell me what lethal product I'm referring to?