This past weekend was West Chester University's massive day drink called Quatro de Mayo. Things got a little out of control. Hate to preach, but flipping a 2002 Trans-Am isn't cool, especially when it belongs to a Bro who received said car as a gift from his father who has since passed away from cancer. That's not very Bro. We feel bad for this dude. WCU students should feel bad for the dude, but then again, growing up in Pennsylvania, I'm not entirely sure WCU students are emotionally intelligent enough to feel bad for what they did to this poor dude. Philly's WPVI has the report:
"They're like 'I'm going to flip this thing,' and I said, 'You better not.' But they did. I couldn't stop them," said Mike Clauss.
The car owner, who did not want to be identified, says his father recently died. The Grand Prix that the suspect's tossed like a piece of tin was a gift from him.
"He died of cancer and it was his car. He gave it to me and told me I could have it before he died, and they flipped it," he said.
Even more so, this weekend would have been his parent's 27th wedding anniversary.
"It's pretty terrible, they're selfish people," said the car owner.
The victim admits he was one of many who paid $15 to get into the party, but left when police arrived.
Can't put a price on the senamental value of some things. Douchebags suck. Douchabgs are not Bros.