Scooters And One Wheels

Purple Lion man who rides a scooter in a panda go well with says he has been quoted a number of instances by PSP for no purpose

He was found guilty of only five out of nine.

YORK COUNTY, Pa. – Ever since he was a little boy – Dennis Tyndall has always loved pretending to be.

“It was almost like I was someone else – like expressing the other me,” he said.

This sense of expression carried him through adulthood.

“When I ride – I talk to myself, I talk to the people I drive past, in my brain I have a conversation with the person I just passed. How – I can see everything,” he said .

Problems arose, however, shortly after he ran into Pennsylvania state police in April 2020.

“The soldier who wrote to me says he was behind me and I acted like I couldn’t see him behind me. Well, he never used a siren – I didn’t harm him,” said he.

Tyndall claims the reason he was stopped was due to an incident that happened nine days earlier.

He says he saw a state police officer stop and approach the driver in front of him without a mask.

Tyndall added that he pulled out his phone and went live on Facebook to reveal the situation.

“And then one of the soldiers came over and asked me what I would do – if I had a problem. I said no – I’m just watching. You don’t have masks. I mean – it’s all on the news. We’re locked out “, he said.

Since then, Tyndall has been stopped several times and received nine quotes.

He was found guilty of only five out of nine.

Fox43 turned to the Pennsylvania State Police, which in a statement said in part:

“Mr Tyndall was cited multiple times in 2019 and 2020 by members of the PSP York Patrol Unit for observed vehicle code violations and these cases have been resolved in court.”

Tyndall says this won’t stop him from continuing rolling around in an animal costume.

‘It’s the best feeling in the world. It helped me. I’m like I should be, “he said.

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