Queensland police arrest teenager for disturbing the space-time continuum
Published 21/10/2015 | 08:30
Australian police have arrested a teenager(17)for 'disturbing the space-time continuum' and property damage.
Officers from the Mount Isa Hoverboard Unit were dispatched today, October 21st, 2015, to investigate a traffic incident in which a silver sedan had crashed into a power pole near the cinema on Rodeo Drive.
The driver reportedly told the police he was doing 88miles an hour at the time of the crash, which caused a power outage to the local area.
Martin McFly (17), has been charged after he produced a Californian driving licence which expired thirty years ago.
Further investigations are ongoing.
Cinema owner Joni Saunders told the media that the driver "got out of the car and asked for a Pepsi".
“He also wanted to know when we would be playing Jaws 19,” she added.
In a statement to the media, Mount Isa Mayor Tony McGrady said that the town have "repairs underway to save the clock tower", which stopped working following the power outage.
Full arrest report here.