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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Driver gives fake name, but can't spell it, police say

In Fort Walton Beach, Fla., police arrested a driver who pretended to be someone else after she repeatedly failed to spell the name correctly, nwfdailynews.com reports. To be fair, the name "Coronica" is a little tricky if you aren't used to using it.

When the deputy asked her to spell it for him, she said it was C-o-r-i-c-a. When her passenger nudged her in the shoulder, the driver spelled it C-o-r-n-a-i-c-a. Finally her passenger spelled it C-o-r-o-n-i-c-a.

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