UNDATED (CNN) -- What's with all the vehicles showing up where they don't belong? Truck crashes bar, car cuts through house, road rage meets taco tantrum and a lawn mower operator gets pulled over for driving drunk.
He sure wasn't mowing a lawn but at least he didn't mow down any pedestrians, as he waved at the officer in not-so hot pursuit behind him. Officer Kyle Henning says, "Hit my siren few times, try to get his attention and he just kept saying go around, go around."
The officer pulled him over into a parking lot in Jackson, Wisconsin, where a curb stopped him. Charles Gray, 69, wasn't happy about having to take sobriety tests. Turns out he had three previous drunk driving arrests in cars when he took the breathalyzer.
It resulted in his first arrest for dui on a lawn mower.
It's been a weird week for vehicles ending up in places they shouldn't be. In a place called little canada, minnesota, customers at this bar were shooting the breeze. Watch the woman on the end take a last sip and then boom, police say the 51-year old woman who drove her truck into the bar likely had a diabetic condition.
Pat Sazensky was the bartender. He just barely got out of the way in time. Three people were pinned, a total of six went to the hospital. But no one died. The impact left one customer dazed, and the woman who had been beside him got up and lifted debris out of the way.
In Huntington, Long Island this week, a 21-year old accused of being drunk drove a red Mercedes through a house ending up in the backyard. The homeowners weren't hurt. The New York Daily News dubbed it a "drive-thru."
And speaking of drive thrus, how about the guy who police say went loco over a taco, after a beef about too little beef, or maybe it was chicken. Michael Smith, 23, picked up his food at the Taco Bell drive-thru in a suburb of Dayton, Ohio. But police say he came back to the restaurant saying he was short a taco. Words were exchanged; he then drove through the front entrance.
Police followed a trail of fluid from his truck and arrested him at home. When they say take-out, they don't mean take-out the entrance.