We’ve all been there. You see the flashing lights in your rearview mirror after you’ve done something questionable on the roads and thought “what can I say or do to get out of this?”
One Connecticut man who was pulled over in Westport might just actually have the best excuse, and he could be proven right in a court of law! Jason Stiber was pulled over by an officer, who said he was on his phone and hit him with a $300 distracted driving ticket.
Jason fought the ticket and even provided phone records to prove he wasn’t talking on his phone, instead holding a hashbrown from McDonalds!
He’s due in court on December 7th in Norwalk, where he will plead his case. If he wins, I think he’ll be going out for breakfast for sure.