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Hot Clicks: SUV drives off tow truck; Weatherman finds hanger in coat

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KHQ.COM - Here are a couple videos going viral today:

Viral Video I:

Don't ask exactly how it happened but somehow, a weatherman at a news station in Minneapolis managed to put on his sport coat with the hanger still inside.
What's even more peculiar is that he didn't even notice the hanger was there until he was already on air. As he's about to do his weather segment, he pulls the hanger out of the back of his coat saying, "he thought it was just a tight button."


Viral Video II:

A Chicago resident managed to capture a moment on camera that you don't see every day.

Tony Marengo says he's used to seeing cars get towed across the street from his apartment but never with a driver inside the car.

After hearing yelling and a lot of commotion on Sunday evening, Marengo looked out his window to see a white jeep being towed down the road. But the yelling was coming from inside the jeep. The man in the diver's seat was trying to get the attention of the driver saying, "hey, hey, hey buddy!"

The tow truck then decided to pull over, but that's the driver of the jeep did what no one expected. He drove his jeep right off the tow truck and took off. That's one way to get yourself out of a towing bill, but there's no word yet on if the driver of the jeep has been found or cited for anything.


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