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A teen was charged with speeding. His excuse? ‘Too many hot wings and needed a bathroom,’ police say

The teen driver was clocked going 70 km/h over the speed limit. RCMP Manitoba

An apparent rush to the bathroom earned a 16-year-old driver over $1,000 in tickets, Manitoba RCMP said Thursday.

The teen’s Camaro was clocked at 170 km/h in a 100 km/h zone, and police said the driver’s excuse upon being pulled over was “too many hot wings and needed a bathroom”.

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The driver received a $966 speeding ticket, as well as $203 for driving without a supervising driver under Manitoba’s graduated licensing rules.

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