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RSS FeedsEdmonton Twitter reacts to video showing WWE wrestler slamming Alberta officer for giving her a speeding ticket
(The Star Toronto Raptors)


23 september 2019 14:01:23

Edmonton Twitter reacts to video showing WWE wrestler slamming Alberta officer for giving her a speeding ticket
(The Star Toronto Raptors)

EDMONTON—Canadians are polite, even when handing out a speeding ticket to a total heel. A video posted to Twitter by American professional wrestler Macey Estrella-Kadlec, who goes by the ring name Lacey Evans, shows an Alberta RCMP officer giving her a speeding ticket despite her protests of her stardom.In the video, Estrella-Kadlec is seen pulled over by the Alberta RCMP. The officer presents her with a violation ticket for speeding to which Estrella-Kadlec asks, “do you know who I am?”“I have no idea,” the officer replies. Unfazed, the officer continues to explain the ticket.Estrella-Kadlec, is currently signed with World Wrestling Entertainment. She was in Edmonton for a WWE Live! event at Rogers Place on Saturday night. Her video, posted on Saturday morning, in which she introduces herself as her character Evans and repeatedly uses her catchphrase “ya nasty,” has close to 300,000 views on Twitter.“You nasty thing, I’ll pay the ticket,” she said before grabbing the ticket from the officer. She repeats her catchword “nasty” a couple more times.She goes on about how Canada is terrible, but in true Canadian fashion, the RCMP officer leaves her with a “Welcome to Edmonton.”Us Canadians might be polite, but they do not sympathize with Estrella-Kadlec as is evident from majority of the replies to her video. “Welcome to Edmonton Lacey. Watch your speed,” wrote Edmonton Twitter user Dónal O‘Beirne.“Two questions. How fast were you driving? And if you are so famous, why don’t you have a driver. Stay home or don’t speed. Simple,” tweeted Steve Finkelman, an Edmonton road safety advocate. Leah McRorie, an Edmonton advocate for disability rights, also joined in and tweeted, “thank goodness police are doing their job and ticketing people like you who make the roads dangerous for the rest of us.”Although the ticket was real — ...

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