A woman driving down a street in Spokane, Washington lost control of her vehicle when a gorilla jumped in front of her car. She swerved the car to avoid a head-on collision with the out-of-place animal, sending her crashing into a parked car and onto a residential yard. She ended up with a broken collarbone, a wrecked car, and a $550 ticket.
The woman believes that the gorilla she swerved to avoid hitting could have been a person in a halloween costume. She told SeatllePI news the following:
The driver says she did what she thought was right by swerving. And she says it would be nice if the gorilla came forward “so everything didn’t fall on me.”
Many Bigfoot sightings consist of witnesses first thinking that what they are seeing is a person in a gorilla suit. They realize that it’s not the case as soon as they get a better or closer look at the creature.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A Spokane, Wash., woman who wound up with a totaled car, a broken collarbone and a $550 ticket blames her post-Halloween crash on a person in a gorilla suit who she says jumped in front of her car.
Hailey Wulz tells KREM-TV (http://is.gd/lCwLwb ) she plans to contest the negligent driving citation.
Wulz says she had just dropped off a friend early on Nov. 1 when she swerved to avoid the gorilla. KREM reports she crashed into a parked car and the crash pushed both vehicles into a yard.
KREM says police report that two witnesses claim the woman was speeding through the 25 mile-an-hour zone.
The driver says she did what she thought was right by swerving. And she says it would be nice if the gorilla came forward “so everything didn’t fall on me.” Source: SeatllePI