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There are tons of excuses drivers give for speeding but a Canadian teenager’s excuse for going 106 mph was a new one for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The 16-year-old told the officer he was speeding because he ate “too many hot wings and needed a bathroom.”

The officer didn’t cut the teen a break fining him $723 for speeding and $152 for driving with a learner’s permit.

The teen, who was driving a Chevy Camero, exceeded the posted speed limit of 68 mph, one thing for sure if you’re a hot wing lover there are some really hot ones in Manitoba, Canada.