Right. Whatever. Just sign the ticket, please.
SAN ANTONIO -- Bonnie Sundquist always wears her seat belt when she rides in a car.
But when Sundquist and her daughter were on their way to a Target store on Thursday, a police officer pulled them over to give the 74-year-old great-grandmother a ticket because she was wearing the seat belt -- the wrong
"I had it across my stomach and across my chest," Sundquist said in an interview with KSAT 12 News. Sundquist said she doesn't wear it on top of her shoulder because it "chokes" her.
I bet she wears her seat belt the correct way from now on.
Since Sundquist refused to sign the citation, the police officer handcuffed her and took her to jail.