A man named Chris Hampshire was driving in Georgetown, Texas, when he had an extremely disturbing encounter with a woman working as a park attendant in an area called Cedar Breaks Park when he accidentally took a wrong exit.
Chris Hampshire posted a video of the incident n social media showing worker Judine Reed begging police to come and help. In the two-minute clip the woman shouts down a phone in her hand ‘he’s a lunatic and he’s video-taping me’ before repeatedly shouting for ‘Mike’ to come and help.
“This is what happens when you steer down the wrong exit at lake Georgetown. Corrected myself immediately when I saw the sign, backed up and was going out the right exit… this park attendant happened to be outside and told me she was calling the cops over that… I told her she cannot legally hold me here, not an officer nor did I do anything illegal… situation ensued, that’s when I started recording” Hampshire captioned.
He later edited to clarify that he didn’t wait for the police, because the park rangers couldn’t legally hold him. Hampshire was pulled over not long after by a number of cop cars responding to the park attendant’s call. Once they saw the video, they let him go. And you would, too, if you watched this:
“About a mile down the road I see 15 officers with sirens and lights speed pass me (they legitimately thought someone was being run over) quickly a few officers turned around, pulled me over and talk to me about what happened. Thankfully they were very calm and shortly after showing the video I was let go.”
The gate attendant, who was a contractor with the US Army Corps of Engineers at the Cedar Breaks Park in Lake Georgetown, lost her job after she called 911 and repeatedly screamed down the phone ‘he’s running me over’, even though the vehicle was not moving.