Saturday, August 1, 2015

VIDEO: Hitchhiker uses hatchet to save woman from bear hug attack, gives best NSFW interview ever

A 54-year-old Tacoma man has been arrested for allegedly driving his car into a Pacific Gas & Electric worker, trapping the man between the car and his truck.

VIDEO: Hitchhiker uses hatchet to save woman from bear hug attack, gives best NSFW interview ever

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A 54-year-old Tacoma man has been arrested for allegedly driving his car into a Pacific Gas & Electric worker in Fresno, trapping the man between two vehicles. According to a witness, Jett Simmons claimed to be the reincarnation of Jesus Christ before making racially charged threats and ramming his car into the PG&E worker.

The witness—a hitchhiker "from Dogtown" by way of West Virginia named Kai (that it—just Kai)—says that after Simmons rammed the man, he got out of the car and tried to smother a bystander with a bear hug. That's when Kai sprung into action and hit the 6'4", 290-pound Simmons on the head with a hatchet. Once, twice, thrice.

In the aftermath of the ordeal, the victim asked not to be identified and said that he only hopes his assailant gets the help he needs. Kai, meanwhile, gave the greatest interview in the history of television news. Peep the full, NSFW version below.

Incredible. Can't wait for the auto-tuned version.

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