This is David Murphy and his girlfriend Tina Ducimo from Worcester.
And they are so Worcester it hurts.
As you can see Pupil Pete has 0.5 eyes, but he does have a girlfriend with a car and a scanner, so the two of them monetize a YouTube channel with over 10K subscribers, where you can watch them driving around like maniacs following firetrucks to calls.
Check this one out.
No big deal. Just blowing through red lights at major intersections.
Driving like a maniac and honking the horn at other cars that have the right of way because monetizing their YouTube channel makes them the King shit of Worcester.
Crossing double yellow lines on Grafton Street.
And then bothering and fanboying the firefighters while they do their job.
“Great work by the fire department, working hard and keeping us safe.”
Look, I have nothing but respect for firefighters, especially Worcester firefighters considering the tremendous sacrifices they’ve made over the last 20 years. But I’m a grown ass man and I’m not sucking anyone’s dick while they do their job. I mean…..really?
It’s never gonna happen dude.
Seriously though, he does this in several videos on that channel. Eventually he’s gonna get someone killed because no one’s telling him to stop. He’s literally documenting himself breaking the law and should be ticketed at the very least. I have to assume at this point that the fire department can’t stand this guy. I know I would.
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