“Someone” driving VonTesmar’s car has been racking up dozens of speeding tickets while wearing monkey and giraffe masks. Yet, VonTesmar insists that “You’ve got to identify the driver, and if you can’t it’s not a valid ticket.”
Police want him to pay $6,700 after serving him with 37 tickets — supplying pictures of a masked man driving his white Subaru with black-and-white checkered racing stickers on its sides and a sticker on the windshield that reads “Bucktooth Racin’.”
VonTesmar insists that he is not a speeder but a patriot fighting the scourge of radar enforcement: “It’s a peaceful act of resistance — that’s what this country was founded on.”
He may have a case. It is a well documented fact that animals often do drive and drive poorly:
Moreover, while we have been exploring the possibility of cats framing humans, this may be a case of a monkey-human frame job.
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