81-Year-Old Man Follows His GPS to the Wrong Place 1,000 Miles Away, Then Crashes
Well this certainly doesn't reinforce any stereotypes about elderly drivers.
There's an 81-year-old man from Newcastle, England, and he recently wanted to drive to Rome to visit the Vatican and see the Pope.
But he typed "Rom" into his GPS instead of "Rome." So it guided him to a town called Rom in northwest Germany which is roughly 1,000 miles from Rome.
When the guy got there, he was confused that the Vatican was nowhere in sight. And when he got out of his car he forgot to put on the parking brake, so it rolled down a hill and crashed into a sign.
Fortunately, he's okay.
Read more at Daily Star.