The Kind of Story We Need Right Now: Man Fights Traffic Ticket with Hash Brown Defense

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Published on May 22, 2019

Seth steps away from bleak and depressing news to share a news story about a Connecticut man fighting a traffic ticket for talking on his cell phone while driving by proving it wasn’t a phone – it was a hash brown.

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17 comments

  • Opus 313 3 months ago

    Oooh, I gotta remember that defence!

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  • Hollins23 3 months ago

    Great segment!

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  • I'm A Nice Guy 3 months ago

    More funny uplifting stories Seth! America needs them more than ever.

    I am ok if this was a reoccurring segment.

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  • mountain boy 3 months ago

    1111qq

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  • kuwinsitall 3 months ago

    I’m a simple man. I see Seth, I click like.

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  • ChainsGoldMask 3 months ago

    They staple the receipt to the bag at a lot of mcdonalds

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  • Jason b 3 months ago

    Thug Life?😎

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  • Laurie Janes 3 months ago

    This isn’t funny.

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  • Big Wig 3 months ago

    Finally you’re not whining about Trump

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  • Hillary Cowan 3 months ago

    That giggle!

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  • debbiedoodiedandi 3 months ago

    In the words of Captain Raymond Holt: “VINDICATION!!!”

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  • Rome's King 3 months ago

    It was a hash brown ass clown…🤡 but even more importantly who’s going to give police a ticket for typing on computers while doing 60 miles an hour on the freeway….. it’s not hard to see you’re being extorted by your own government because police don’t produce anything…. so who’s going to fund their Department…..you are jackass, by tickets, fines, and all manner of extortion and corrosion….IJS🙃

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  • KINGDOMGIRL 4 LIFE 3 months ago

    I’m just wondering did he ask for reimbursement for the lawyer

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  • NerdOnTheInterNet 3 months ago

    1:14 Wait, so did his mom not pick up in the end?

    ah. a punchline missed.

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  • Lane Shurtleff 3 months ago

    Obviously not too bright to hire a lawyer and pay $1000 for evidence he could have easily researched himself. Hell, in California lawyers aren’t even allowed in traffic court.

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  • Juliett A 3 months ago

    This is some white people nonsense.

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  • Kathleen M. Higgins 3 months ago

    If Jason, by himself, sans lawyer, had the same evidences to show the judge of his innocence, do you think the ticket would have been overturned for free?
    I hope so but..

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