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Avoiding Intergalactic Incidences.
“What were you thinking? What were you doing?” asked the bewildered police officer.
Serge was unsure of how to answer. How do you tell a cop that you saw a flying saucer and not get arrested for drunkenness or sent off to the loony bin?
“I’m sorry, officer.”
“You’re sorry? You’d better be sorry! What if you’d hit another car?”
Serge rubbed his face with his hand. What if he had hit that flying thing? That might have caused an intergalactic incident.
“I’m sorry sir, I’ll try to pay more attention from now on.” Next time he’d get a picture.