Road rage interrupts CBC interview, police officer handles it like a true Canadian!
Jul 13, 2015
I know it’s not fair to say that all Canadians are just genuinely more obedient than in other countries, but a recent road rage incident caught on tape during a CBC interview sort of proves that very stereotype.
According to the CBC, “reporter Neil Herland was speaking with OPP Const. Graham Williamson about a fatal collision on Black Creek Drive in Toronto on a nearby overpass, but shouting interrupted the interview, which was quickly captured by CBC camerawoman Tyna Poulin.”
The officer’s response?
“Both of you, grow up!”
What I love about the video is the officer is quite a distance away, but just the sound of his voice has the two grown men heading back to their cars, like they got caught trying to steal an extra snack after their parents went to bed or something.
I don’t know about you, but driving seems to be getting worse and worse lately, add in construction, summer heat and just general impatience, Canadian roads might be the only place where Canadians aren’t being their normal polite selves.