Woman Goes Medieval To ‘Encourage’ Creepy Car Away From Her Home
Have you ever had a creepy car stop right in front of your house and just sit there for a while? It happens to me all the time and it can be annoying. I’m sure nine times out of ten it’s just someone looking for an address or checking directions. But what if it isn’t? I mean, they might be casing houses. Who knows?
I realize I sound paranoid, but that’s the world in which we live. Why take chances on something like the safety of your home? After all, I have a family to protect. Also, I’m not sure Daisy is all that much of a guard dog. She seems to be more of a lover than a fighter.
When a strange car stopped and sat in front of the driveway of a TikTok user, she decided to “encourage” the driver to move along. And she used an attention-getting prop to do it. I don’t know if this woman is a Renaissance festival enthusiast but, for some reason, she brought a large King Arthur-style sword out of her house.
Despite what her TikTok handle might suggest, @MamaMcCrazy didn’t attack the car or the driver with the medieval sword. She just nonchalantly stepped out her house and into her driveway with it. She looked at the blade and ran her hand across it, as if simply to examine it’s overall “sword-iness.” Of course, she did this is full view of the unidentifiable car that was blocking her driveway. I also like how her dog was watching through from inside the house the whole time.
It’s amazing how quickly the driver of the car remembered that they needed to be somewhere at that very moment. Just for good measure, @MamaMcCrazy took a few chops at her bushes as the offending vehicle was making its hasty exit. I suppose that if anyone were to file a complaint about a menacing sword-wielding woman in the neighborhood, she could point to her security camera footage as evidence that she was simply doing a little landscaping out there.
While it appears that @MamaMcCrazy’s sword play was successful at ridding the neighborhood of the creepy car, it might have had an unintended effect. What if was just an innocent DoorDash driver trying to make a delivery? Someone may have missed out on a meal.