Gas Fire
Extinguishing a good day on the road

Eric was getting gas at a rural gas station. He was in a hurry, and when he pulled the nozzle out of his car, some gas poured onto his sleeve.

The gas station attendant yelled at him, “You might want to wash that off, ’cause it could be dangerous. Your arm could catch on fire.”

“I’ll be fine,” Eric said quickly and then got in his car and drove away.

As he was driving down the road, Eric rested his arm on the open window sill. Sure enough, due to the direction of the sun and the gasoline, his arm caught on fire. He panicked, stopped the car on the side of the road and got out and flailed the burning limb in the air.

A cop driving along saw him and pulled over. He threw Eric to the ground and put out the fire.

He got up and was about to say thanks, when he saw the policeman giving him a ticket.

“Hey, what is this for?” Eric yelled.

The cop said, “Illegal use of a firearm.”


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30-Jun-2022