Motorcyclist hits hamburger
A Manchester man was in a legal pickle after a hamburger he tossed from his car struck a motorcyclist driving in the other direction, sheriff’s deputies said.
The man, identified as Justin M. Cook, 18, threw the hamburger out the sun roof of his car as he headed down Route 21 on Wednesday night, deputies said. He was charged with second-degree reckless endangerment because pieces of the edible missile struck the headlight, handlebars and leg of the motorcyclist, Ontario County Sheriff’s Sgt. David Frasca said.
The victim was not named but can probably be identified by the ketchup smear.