Perhaps someone needs to enroll Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh in a drivers ed course. Because apparently, Mr. Suh has no idea how to (a) drive a car or (b) how to avoid hitting other cars.
This statement comes on the heels of Suh being involved in what Dearborn, Michigan police term a "Minor Fender Bender" Wednesday.
Suh allegedly sideswiped someone's Ford Escort on a highway while heading to practice and according to the victim, didn't stop. The victim told the Detroit Free-Press that Suh yelled at him after the incident and after the victim called 9-1-1, scared him off after following him to the Lions practice facility down the street.
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In case you are wondering, Suh has a history of car issues. He was ticketed during his senior year at the University of Nebraska after sideswiping 3 parked cars and running into a building. And while that is extremely hard to do sober, he was never tested for "you know what".
Early in 2010, he was a part of a wreck when a Honda Civic hit his Land Rover, the driver of the Civic was ticketed.
In December, he was sued by a passenger in his car in Oregon when he "Lost Control" of his car, hit a tree, light pole and fountain. Again, no impairment charges, but it really makes ya wonder, doesn't it?
Oh, we almost forgot, Suh got a speeding ticket in March for doing 91 in a 55 zone.
Maybe we are being presumptuous here, but it sure sounds like Mr. Suh has a bit of a problem. Or at least needs some instruction. And as a note to drivers in the Dearborn, Michigan area, you might want to keep an eye out for an overly large, Thai-american athlete driving down your street, there's a real possibility that he may run into you.
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