I thought the guy was letting himself in for a public intoxication check or creating a pubic disturbance arrest by acting so crazy. I will give Springer credit for not acting drunk, high or insane when he hassles the cops. That's lesson this guy needs to learn. The guy also made reverences to earlier encounters he'd had was local cops, so it's possible he had a reputation.RVInit wrote: ↑Thu Aug 15, 2019 3:02 pmThe "Springer" video is interesting. I have a feeling the guy was arrested at least in part due to complaints by the people who were involved in the accident. At one point the sound gets muted and it seems he has some interaction with at least one person involved in the accident. The people in the accident all congregate together and it seems they make an effort not to stayy out of view of the camera. When the guy gets arrested at least one man who is involved in the accident comes to the defense of the police and makes a remark to the affect that there's "more to it" than the guy is explaining on camera.
Springer had a couple of subsequent videos on this guy's arrest, but I didn't bother to watch.