Let’s count this guy’s bad decisions.
36-year-old Michael Erick of Baden, Pennsylvania went to a Sheetz convenience store last week and shoplifted a bunch of stuff. That was his first bad decision.
But the cops stopped him and figured out he was driving a stolen pickup truck. That was his second bad decision.
They told him to get out, but he didn’t . . . even after they used a TASER on him. Then he slammed on the gas while a cop was hanging onto his side mirror. That was his third bad decision. The cop flew off, but luckily he was okay.
Then Michael got into a high-speed car chase, which was his FOURTH bad decision.
He finally crashed after about 15 minutes, and tried to run away. But the cops caught him . . . and found he was wearing a t-shirt that said, quote, “Really good at making really bad decisions.”
He’s facing a bunch of charges including aggravated assault, criminal mischief, theft, and fleeing police.