A man from Central Florida was so "fed up" with drivers not respecting the rules that he decided to make things right and teach them a lesson. 61-year-old Bruce Homer used his car to cause car accidents at the intersection where he thought drivers needed to be more careful.
When the police arrested Homer, he told the officers that he has caused the traffic incidents because “people are always running through stop signs at the intersection,” justifying his decision by the lack of action from the police. However, instead of stopping drivers and writing them tickets, Homer used his car to cause accidents on a Sunday afternoon.
Finally, an SUV hit Homer's car which in turn caused the police arrival. He left his car and went up to the driver of the damaged car, telling him that there was a stop sign and the driver didn't stop. He also added that it was the “tenth accident at this intersection and (the police) won’t do anything until someone dies.”
The driver also told the police that Homer admitted to pulling his truck in front of him while he was crossing the intersection.
Homer is currently facing charges of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, as well as charges for reckless driving with personal injury.