Open Post: Hosted By The Florida Couple Holding Up Traffic On Their Scooters

June 29, 2020 / Posted by:

Oh, Florida, the land of civilians attacking cars in the middle of the street, alligators in people’s pants, and sooooo much more fuckery. So it should shock nobody that an elderly couple casually down the road on their mobility scooters. These oldies are true rebels for laughing in the face of possibly getting slammed by an angry ass driver.

The two badasses were seen heading home from the beach, as the person recording the video says he was on his way back too. And while their Hoverounds were in the gear marked DO NOT GIVE A FUCK, they leisurely took a lovely ride as a line of impatient drivers probably cursed them out. The one point in their favor is that their choice of vehicle was more street-legal than an air-powered couch–but that’s pretty much the only positive thing you can say about this.

“One day I was at the beach and I was about to take off and going over the bridge [two senior] citizens in their electric power scooters holding up the entire beach traffic without a worry in the world.”

The rebel pepaw is wearing a red hat that you know either says: “Make America Great Again”, “Keep America Great” or “Certified Bad Bitch.”

And if you like your eardrums, maybe turn the volume down before hitting play on this:

I’m not gonna drag these old people, obviously they were in a rush to get home and watch Florida’s state sport: WWE. And let’s be real, in Florida, there are dumber vehicles on the road:

Pic: YouTube

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