I know it's a tough day when a person reaches the age that they have to give up their driver's license. But . . . um . . . this guy really needs to give up his license.
--On Tuesday, 87-year-old Raymond Pierce of Larkspur, California was driving his Toyota station wagon and accidentally drove it onto a concrete pedestrian walking path.
--The path was pretty narrow, with concrete walls on both sides . . . and his car got wedged in and STUCK.
--And to make this even more poetic, Raymond was headed to the DMV, to get his license renewed.
--The police reported to the scene and called a tow truck. It took them more than a half hour to get his car unstuck.
--Raymond didn't get a ticket . . . but was issued a MANDATORY reevaluation on his driver's license.