Nina had just accepted a big promotion, which meant a bigger paycheck, but a longer commute. Luckily, she lived in the city and commuted out to the suburbs, so she didn’t have to deal with the crazy traffic her friends had to put up with.
One morning she woke up extra early to get ready for an important staff meeting. Scooting down a side rode at seventy miles per hour, she noticed flashing lights in her rear view mirror.
“Ugh:, she grunted, “One week into this job and I’m already getting a ticket”.
Still too early for many of the gas stations to be open, so she pulled into a lighted area on the side of the road. Under the lights she noticed the police car was unmarked. A trooper got out of the vehicle and paced towards her.
She rolled down the window a little bit.
“Good morning ma’am”, he said. “Do you know how fast you where going through that thirty five mile zone back there?”
Nina rolled her eyes and said, “I don’t know officer”, how fast do you think I was going?”
“Let’s not worry about that right now”, he said, “I’ll need you to step out of the car, please ma’am.”
Nina thought it was strange that he had not asked for her license or registration. And when she took a longer look at him, now that her eyes had adjusted to the light, she noticed that he was not wearing a uniform.
“Officer, could I see your identification clearly just once, please?” she asked.
“Ma’am, I order you to get out of the car right now,” he said.
Nina noticed that he looked far too unkempt to be a real police officer. At that same, the man tried to reach into Nina’s car window. She reached up to her visor for her can of emergency pepper spray.
Aiming right through the cracked window, she nailed her attacker right in the eyes. As he stumbled into the road, Nina started up her car and rode off down the highway. She found an open gas station a few miles down the highway, where she called police.
They found her attacker in the woods right where Nina had left him. It turns out he had been preying on women in the early hours and had not been caught.
Nina not only saved herself, but helped put a dangerous man behind bars.
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