Misunderstood hand signals

  • Sunday, January 12, 2014

A man was about to walk into a grocery store when one of his co-workers pulled up and stopped to talk to him. He stood there in the parking lot speaking to the co-worker when he noticed a car pull up behind them and stop. He figured this person wanted to get by so he waved his co-worker forwards and stepped away from the car. When he did, the car that wanted to get by started rolling and almost hit him. He lost his temper and slammed his hand down on the hood of the car and yelled to the driver to be careful.

The driver of the car became concerned about the manís temper and called police.

According to her. She saw that he was talking to someone in another car so she stopped and waited for them to move out of the way. She said the man then appeared to wave her on by so she started inching forward when he backed away and moved towards her car. It turns out, the wave was misunderstood and the case was closed.

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