Gotta respect this kid for trying to appeal to the arresting officer on a man-to-man level.
Officer: Sir, do you know how fast you were going?
Driver: Fast enough to get that p*ssy.
Officer: Sir, you were driving 141 mph.
Driver: So, you’re really gonna c*ckblock me like this, huh bro?
Unfortunately, that approach didn’t work for our friend Liam Chou Buckley. Next time maybe he should just attempt outright bribery because appealing to the inner man of the officer didn’t work this time.
According to WLTX, Buckley hit speeds of over 140 MPH on his way to see his girlfriend down in Mrtyle Beach.
At about 11:30 pm on the night of September 22, 2017 a Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office deputy assigned to the Traffic Unit arrested Liam Chou Buckley, 20 of Myrtle Beach after the officer clocked Buckley driving 141 MPH on I-20 in Kershaw County.
Just prior to midnight on September 22, 2017 a KCSO deputy assigned to the traffic unit observed a 2005 Corvette travelling eastbound on I-20 near the 87 mile marker at a very high rate of speed. The deputy determined through radar that the Corvette was being driven at 141 MPH, more than twice the speed limit of 70MPH.
The deputy was able to stop the Corvette which was being operated by Buckley and when asked why he was going so fast, Buckley stated that he was on the way to Myrtle Beach to see his girlfriend. The deputy provided Buckley with a traffic citation for speeding 25+ MPH above the speed limit and transported him to the Kershaw County Detention Center where he spent the night before being released on his own recognizance.
As a red-blooded male who’s done some pretty reckless things for the p*ssy, driving 141 MPH certainly crosses the line. 100 MPH? Sure, I can reason that. But doing twice the legal speed limit to get a nut off is as “letting your d*ck do the thinking” as it comes.