Very good sentences

A German student created a major traffic jam in Bavaria after making a rude gesture at a group of Hell's Angels motorcycle gang members, hurling a puppy at them and then escaping on a stolen bulldozer.

The story is here and Felix Salmon also cited this.  We are informed that:

The puppy was now in safe hands…


That's useful to know. I had no idea hurling puppies was so offensive to Germans.

American's just "shoot the bird." Is "hurl the puppy" a type of hand gesture?

It was a mentally ill person, which explains why he managed to create a traffic jam by slowly "escaping" on a very very slow bulldozer.

Those Hell's Angels should consider themselves lucky - I could die happy if I saw something as hilariously absurd as a stolen bulldozer getaway just once.

To Careless - Getting arrested equals escaping for a sufficiently loose definition of "escape".

Heads of three Hollywood studios are at this moment thinking, "Since the puppy survived, the movie is on!"


I'd still be sitting there trying to figure out the clutch.

It helps that most cars in Europe have manual transmission.

Pretty interesting story!But I don't believe that Germans can be that much evil to Hurled a puppy..

If I were an editor at "The Onion", I would simply give up. How do you top this story for absurdity?

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