Skip to comments.Man Climbs Under Moving Big Rig Filled With Wine, Begins Drinking From Tank
Posted on 05/07/2020 7:32:47 PM PDT by Ciaphas Cain
MODESTO (CBS13) It is a wine heist like youve never seen before.
The Modesto CHP arrested Gabriel Moreno after he allegedly jumped on a moving tanker truck carrying bulk red wine, climbed under its belly to unscrew a valve, and drank the wine as the truck traveled up Highway 99.
Video of the wild ride was recorded on the Cherokee Freight Lines tanker truck Moreno allegedly targeted.
The dashcam video first shows Moreno in a sedan, putting his hazard lights on, directing the truck to the side of the highway.
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The entertainment value counts for something.
The guy was thirsty!!!
I know exactly how that guy must have been feeling. Some days, you just can’t take it any more. :-)
And he spills 1,000 gallons.
Massive respect for this dude.
Make mine to go please.
IN HIS UNDERWEAR, YET!
I am surprised that there was a Wine Gauge in the truck cab
more surprisingly I cannot even find one listed in my J.C. Whitney catalog
Looks like California wants in on the “Florida Man” action.
I thought you posted this when i first saw it, nickcarraway
Snakes have been known to attach themselves to cow tests to drink milk
Everything increases gas milage!
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Now that’s dedication!
You know, bulk California wine typically hauled in tankers isn’t generally the best quality... It tends to be the kind of stuff that would give you a thumper-migraine after a couple of glasses.
If it was Gallo, it would likely be pretty close to being: “What’s the word? Thunderbird!”
Either that, or thirsty fellow thought the truck was actually the Night Train. :P
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