The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile was pulled over in Waukesha, Wis., recently after it failed to move out of the lane closest to a stopped emergency vehicle, which is the law in Wisconsin and just a good driving practice anywhere. The Waukesha County Sheriff office then publicly shamed the enormous hot dog on Twitter along with some instructive driving safety hashtags. Apparently, the driver was given a verbal warning.
I will now cease writing this as a serious news piece and turn it over to a screenshot of our office Slack feed ...
That's it. That's the article.
(OK, besides this. If you got any puns we missed, well, that's what the comments are for. Fire away!)
What really happened on that fateful day with the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile?— Waukesha County Sheriff (@WaukeshaSheriff) January 27, 2020
The driver of the #Wienermobile was stopped & given a verbal warning by a @WaukeshaSheriff for not following the Move Over Law (2001 WI Act 15, WI Statute 346.072)#MoveOver #SlowDown #Wienermobile pic.twitter.com/KHbt9z803X
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