Meanwhile, I'd be in court for one speeding ticket. This is "Crappy News" for Wednesday, March 21.

Ocala, FL- A woman broke into a car...then accidentally set it on fire.

Firemen extinguishing a car fire

Police received a call from a car dealership Saturday night reporting suspicious activity. An officer found 62-year-old Dolores Graham inside one of the vehicles, with the front windshield shattered. Graham told the cop that she broke into the car to sleep and locked herself inside. She then tossed a lit cigarette under the front seat of the car, which started the fire.

And even though Graham had managed to break INTO the car, somehow she'd locked herself inside and couldn't get out. So she tried to smash the windshield to escape.

Graham was arrested for burglary and felony criminal mischief. []

Who could've thought that breaking into a car would end badly?

King of Prussia, PA- An overturned semi spilled liquid egg yolks onto the Interstate.

Thinkstock - James Knopf
Thinkstock - James Knopf

The truck overturned last Tuesday afternoon, covering the highway in the yellow goop. It took several hours for emergency crews to get the truck upright and clean up the mess.

Nobody was injured as a result of the egg-cident. [UPI]

Just think if a bread truck had tipped over, too. We could have had the world's largest serving of French Toast.

Long Island, NY- Two really bad drivers were arrested on the same day.

License Application

30-year-old Rigoberto Campos was busted for leaving the scene of an accident after striking a woman's car Sunday night. Police discovered that Campos' license had previously been suspended 26 times.

Later that night, 41-year-old Darryl McDonald was pulled over for an expired inspection sticker. A routine DMV check revealed he was driving with a license that had been suspended 76 times on 15 different dates.

Both men have been charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. [NBC 4 - New York]

You know the best way to keep this from happening? STOP LETTING THEM DRIVE.

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