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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

I like it! A Leprechaun Frolicing Las Vegas Streets to Test Yielding to Pedestrians!


Well, I can't say that I've ever even seen a green leprechaun out in public, (except maybe on St. Paddy's Day), but some people will be seeing one very soon on street corners in Las Vegas.  Police officers are using a person dressed up in a leprechaun costume, to test to see, whether drivers will yield to the mischievous leprechaun.  Anyone that gets caught failing to yield to the green guy will need to be looking for the pot of gold under the nearest rainbow.   Fines will run them $190 and up.  I hope he/she is fast on their little leprechaun feet!

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