The photo you’re looking at hasn’t been staged. It is not a stock photo nor is it a scene from a movie.
Early this morning, Bo Mounsombath decided that she wasn’t in the mood to get a parking ticket — so she ran over the meter maid. Not only did she run him over, but she drove with him on the hood of her car for 12 entire blocks.
According to a witness,
“I first spotted her zooming down Oak in the far left lane,” she writes.
“I saw her go by and realized there was a guy on the hood on his back, hanging on kind of spread-eagled. She turned right from that far left lane across all lanes of traffic onto Octavia. We caught up to her around Market—she was screaming, he was screaming, it was insane.”
The witness is the one responsible for the above photo.
“I have no idea what started her on this drive of terror, and no idea why this dude did not get off her car, but I was pretty relieved the cop showed up as the light turned green. I’m positive she would have driven onto the freeway on-ramp with this guy on her hood.”
The official report from San Francisco Police Department details that the parking control officer was in the process of issuing a parking citation when Bo tried to run him over. The officer had to jump onto the vehicle in order to avoid being run over. While she was driving away, she hit a motorcycle and kept going until she was stopped by other police.
“The suspect was finally stopped by SFPD at Market and Octavia Streets,” Officer Esparza confirmed, noting that the traffic enforcement officer was (miraculously) uninjured. The driver, a 33-year-old San Francisco resident, was taken into custody and charged with assault with a deadly weapon (vehicle) and misdemeanor hit and run. The suspect vehicle was towed for evidence.
Bo says that she didn’t mean to run him over, but she felt that she was being sexually harassed when the officer asked her to “do things instead of getting a parking citation which led me to believe he was posing as a meter maid.”
“I am still shaken up by the whole situation,” she told KRON. “I was sexually harassed then had a man jump on my car.”
She’s scheduled for court tomorrow afternoon. Check out a video of the local news report below.