Fox News – For the third time this year, an 11-year-old Ohio boy reportedly led cops on a high-speed chase Sunday — the latest incident allegedly sparked by his mom taking away a toy.
About 25 minutes later, the boy crashed into a parked car in Cleveland, flipping the vehicle. The boy later told officers he crashed because he wasn’t paying attention, according to FOX8. The 11-year-old was later taken to an area hospital, where he was treated for injuries to his hand and wrist.
I think everyone needs to know that this isn’t out of the ordinary for a kid with video game rage. I remember telling my parents that I hated them just because they wouldn’t let me play World of Warcraft when I was in the 5th grade. Thank god they didn’t let me but also just want everyone to know publicly that I don’t hate them. This kid stealing his Dad’s car is a wild move out of the youngster from Ohio. Cops today must have to deal with the most absurd shit cause kids are running wild with Fortnite rage. I bet they get calls every other week about a kid locking himself in his room so he could keep playing.
The best part of this article (available by clicking ‘Fox News’ at the beginning) is the kid explaining why he crashed. “The boy told officers that he crashed because he wasn’t paying attention.” Kid must have been checking his dating apps while driving. I don’t think the cops were really looking for a reason why the kid crashed, I assume they understand that 11 year olds who steal cars because they can’t play video games probably have a bigger problem than not paying attention. In all seriousness, it’s good nobody was really injured during this fiasco aside from this kids hand and wrist. Something that is hilarious because now the kid won’t even be able to play video games when he gets home from the hospital. Not cause his mom took the PlayStation, but cause the damn kid screwed up his gaming hands on a rage ride from Fortnite. My advice to this kid is to start doing a little LARP. Get out there and destroy some kids with a nerf sword little buddy.