Driver’s ‘most interesting’ way to cheat the HOV lane fails

FIFE, Wash. — Troopers don’t always stop people in the HOV lanes, but when they do, [url=]ray ban rb3342 warrior[/url]
they prefer dos passengers.
A motorcycle trooper parked along the left shoulder of I-5 South in Fife Monday afternoon spotted a driver and rather unusual passenger pass by him in the HOV lane at 70th Avenue East. The trooper pulled the driver over and discovered the passenger was none other than a cardboard cutout of the actor who portrays The Most Interesting Man in the World in beer advertisements.
I don’t always violate the HOV lane law…but when I do, I get a $124 ticket! We’ll give him an A for creativity! 锟斤拷锟斤拷
Trooper Guy Gill (@wspd1pio)
Trooper Guy Gill said the driver knew immediately that he was busted, but did say of the cutout: He’s my best friend.
Gill said they see sleeping bags and other props from people trying to cheat the HOV lane, but this was by far the best.
The Most Interesting Man was not confiscated, but the driver was told not to use him again.
And he got a $124 fine.