GREENCASTLE, Ind. (ABC 4 News) - Police say a driver who was in the process of flipping two Mormon missionaries "the bird" flipped his car in Indiana.According to an article in The DePauw online
, two missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were walking along a road near DePauw University when the driver of a northbound car gave them the "middle finger" sign.
It was then that the driver jumped a curb and drove over a ground wire attached to a utility pole, which forced the car to launch about 12 feet in the air until it landed upside-down.
According to the article, the incident happened on the night of August 18.
The Depauw reported that the missionaries saw the obscene gesture just before the car flipped.
The driver was arrested and jailed after a breathalizer detected a .17 alcohol level.
The missionaries were not hurt.