Women Drives Home With Elderly Lady Stuck in Windshield

Posted on March 11, 2010

A couple of years back a little thriller called Stuck was released. Starring Mena Suvari and Stephen Rea, it was loosely based on the real life tale of Chante Jawan Mallard, who struck and hit a homeless man with her car, causing him to get lodged in the windshield. Instead of doing the sensible thing and calling the cops, she drove home, apparently had sex with her boyfriend, and left the man to die.

Fast forward to Tokyo, Japan, where catering school student Michiko Sato decided to reenact the film with an elderly pedestrian. Although not intoxicated like Ms. Mallard, Ms. Sato is said to have told police she was simply shocked and, panicking, drove four miles home with the unfortunate 80-year old woman still lodged firmly in the windshield.

Shock or not shock, Ms. Sato is being charged with fleeing the scene after hitting someone with a vehicle and causing a traffic accident that ended up in the death of an individual. She’s facing some serious jail time (up to seventeen years) and a fine that amounts to approximately $22 million dollars.


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10 thoughts on “Women Drives Home With Elderly Lady Stuck in Windshield

  1. Jawbonz

    The same thing happened in this town a few years ago. The driver struck a pedestrian, who was partially dismembered (lost an arm and leg from the impact). The victim went through the windshield and he was pinned on the floorboard with part of his body sticking through the hole. An off-duty PD Sgt drove up on the scene and found the body parts, along with a license plate from the car. His car was found parked in the driveway with the now deceased victim still crumpled on the floorboard of the car.

    That guy is doing 24 years for it.

  2. Then there was V

    To the good people of Weirdasianews.. Don't be a dumb azz and do crazy psycho stuff like this.. Please.. I would miss all your funny comments you make.. plus, i don't want to have to make the comments about you when you show up in one of these articles..


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