FOX News Features Video Of Guy Smoking A Bowl In His Car During Segment On Phone Use While Driving

September 19, 2014

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FOX News 7 in Austin Texas used some quality B-roll footage of a guy smoking a bowl in his car during a segment on texting while driving. No word if they thought he was doing something else, but it's pretty hard to confuse a guy smoking a bowl in his car for anything but a guy smoking a bowl in his car. That's not a f***ing text message shooting flames.

Keep going for the video, 420 blz3 at 1:04 (video should start near there).

Thanks to JohnnyBlaze, who I suspect has smoked a bowl in the car before too.

  • DWW

    What makes you assume he's smoking pot? I'm a pipe smoker, a TOBACCO pipe smoker. I frequently smoke a pipe in my car. Looks like a briar tobacco pipe to me.

  • S.M. Archer

    Erroneous, erroneous on the whole story!

  • o0THX11380o

    he's obviously a DRUG ADDICT!!!!! WHO HATES AMERICA!!!!!

  • DWW

    "...........Tonight on Fox News..."

  • Becca Haynes

    Is that a Military Base Access decal on his window? Looks sort of like one...

  • sam

    Nope. Texas inspection tags.

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  • Guest

    yes, I feel all the safer on the road with a man's hands left free to impair himself with the marijuana by his bluetooth headset.

    far less distracting this way

  • Proteon

    I'll be smoking a bowl in my car later either in celebration of this or in spite; it hardly matters

  • JJtoob

    I think they included the clip because he had something jammed on his ear as they mention hands free devices, not because of his lighting whatever that is.

  • Andrew Newton
  • Foldedpencil

    I haven't seen it personally, but if someone asked if I did I would say that I did. I don't want to seem unobservant!

  • JJtoob

    That's why the survey is set up so people say if they have seen other drivers use cellphones without hands free devices. It's more easy for people to accuse others than to admit their own guilt.

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