For the past few weeks, the Bridgeville Police Department’s Facebook page looked like maybe it was hacked by the Russians and turned into a livestream of Moscow dashboard camera videos.
But no. It’s just you people—swerving around school buses, driving into houses, and generally doing all types of ill-thought out things behind the wheel.
The latest example of GTA: Bridgeville came two days ago when police shared a video of a beige Chevy speeding by a school bus moments after several students stepped off to go home.
Bridgeville Police Chief Chad King said that these types of violations are becoming more common.
“I’m about ready to start putting them all on blast,” he wrote on Monday.
Under a new state law signed by Gov. Tom Wolf in October, school districts can outfit their buses with front-facing cameras to document violations, and rear-facing cameras to capture the offender’s license plate. Some school districts have already done that, as you can see in the video above.
And in general, we live in an age where you can buy a decent surveillance camera for about $100. Just assume that you’re being filmed everywhere, always. Slow down, do some deep breathing, put on a podcast, and relax. You’ll get there, and you’ll have your car, your insurance, and your health intact.