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Crazy pedestrian

Discussion in 'The Pub' at netrider.net.au started by pro-pilot, Dec 14, 2007.

  1. Think I witnessed the Darwin award winner of pedestrians this morning.



    Riding down St Kilda road towards the city. A woman pushing a pram with child, laden with shopping on top tries to beat the lights in somewhat of a hurry.

    In the process, the shopping drops at the curb whilst she's on the move at which point she does the most mental thing I have ever seen.

    She leaves the pram in the middle of an intersection (lights green with traffic appoaching) to recove the dropped items! :shock: WTF!!

    I had to emergency brake, along with about half a dozen cars to avoid the pram.

    Her response after receiveing multiple horn blasts, was a curtious two fingered salute followed by a tirade of profanity!

    What class, I pity the poor kid :cry:
     
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  2. Old woman? Pram? St Kilda Rd?

    Dare I say there was no child in that pram. More likely the womans home contents and belongings.

    Either way, you should run it over just to teach her a lesson! :grin: :bolt:
     
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  3. Hey, do you know her! :p
     
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  4. I wish is was empty mate! :shock:
    Stopped about 2 meters from it, definately a child in there!

    But that doll is an uncanny resemblance! :shock: :p
     
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  5. :rofl: What a stoooopid biatch
     
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  6. I had a similar situation, but the lady just took far too long to cross a road and she didn't look at oncoming traffic. I didn't want to blast my horn because it'd probably upset the kid.
     
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  7. Really have to wonder where these people picked up common sense, like.. Do they not teach reason in schools anymore :\!
     
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  8. I also love how some people pushing prams will approach a parked van or the like which they can't see around and edge out with the pram in front to see if there is anything coming! :shock: Where is the thought process here? Is the pram sacrificial if anything IS coming?

    This seems to normally happen within 20m of a set of lights or a pedestrian crossing as well.
     
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