Elvis Dumervil allegedly prefers to use handguns to solve traffic disputes when words and perhaps a jerk-ish tailgating job would suffice. He was arrested this past weekend in Miami and charged with felony aggravated assault after he didn’t appreciate the abrupt lane change of a fellow vehicle operator.
In that situation most of us would pull over, and politely ask the driver if they could please invest in a pair of bifocals. The scene would be cordial and peaceful, just like every roadside exchange. A string of four-letter words may flow, but only in the most extreme circumstances.
Dumervil allegedly approached a vehicle and showed the driver a previously concealed weapon in his pants, a sign that he meant business, and the business he may have been ready to conduct is the kind that non-gangster citizens usually aim to avoid.
Words to live by, Elvis.
Thanks, Ian Rapoport