Teenage Drunk Driver Goes Viral In Mexico After Offering Police 100 Pesos
Nearly a decade ago, a young woman named Dulce Sarahí Villareal became a viral sensation in Mexico after she was involved in a car accident.
News reporters found Villareal moments after the accident and interviewed her on the spot. Her response, “Me chocaaaaaron,” went viral.
When a reporter asked if she had been drinking, it became clear that she was under the influence of something.
Villareal was busted for drunk driving and, unfortunately, was involved in several other incidents related to substance abuse.
Well, earlier this week, a new drunk driver became a household name in Mexico. Meet Lorena Daniela Aguirre, a.k.a. Lady 100 Pesos.
She’s allegedly responsible for causing an accident that led to this…
The incident took place in Guanajuato, Mexico.
Why is she being called Lady 100 Pesos? Because she tried to bribe several police officers with a 100 peso bill (about $6).
We’ll get back to that in a bit. The drama began when Aguirre was detained by police officers. Despite the accident, Aguirre didn’t comprehend why she couldn’t leave the scene.
Aguirre: “¡No hay pedo, güey!”
Her friend, however, was like, “F*** this, I’m out.”
After pleading her case, Aguirre realized she wasn’t going anywhere.
So she began offering the police officers 100 pesos. Including this officer:
After refusing her offer, police officers attempted to take her into custody. But Aguirre was not into it at all.
Eventually, after a struggle, they managed to get her into a police truck.
Even when she was in the truck, she was still trying to get rid of those 100 pesos.
Wondering what happened to her friend? He didn’t get very far.
A police officer caught up to him after he left the truck. Nice try, pal.
And he ended up in the back of the same police truck as Aguirre.
Once the video footage hit the Internet, #Lady100Pesos became a trending topic in Mexico. Countless memes were unleashed.
— Miguel Bang (@MiguelBang) April 25, 2016
— Señora Católica ✞ (@SenoraCatolica) April 22, 2016
— Más Mujer (@MasMujerMX) April 22, 2016
— Fernando Moreno (@Fer_moreno17) April 22, 2016
Aguirre was detained for eight hours and released after paying a fine of 1,500 pesos (about $85). Watch the full video:
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