A woman in Leavittsburg, Ohio whose garage was set on fire had her two minutes of fame when she gave an interview to the local news station after firefighters showed up to extinguish the flames that had spread from her house to nearby buildings, forcing people to flee their homes in the wee hours of the morning. People who aren’t accustomed to being in front of the camera have a tendency to say some batsh*t crazy things when the red ‘recording’ light comes on, and as you can see in the video below this is certainly one of those cases.
As Jezebel notes, the reason the woman states for her garage being said on fire “needs to be heard straight from her mouth to be believed.” I’ll be upfront with you bros and admit that I haven’t spent much time in Ohio, and I’ve never been to Leavittsburg in Trumbull County. So I really have no idea as to the level of redneckery that’s taking place there. But if this video’s any indication then parts of Ohio are easily as country as parts of B.F.E. Mississippi. The most redneck quote in TV history comes around the 1:45 mark, but I highly suggest listening to the entire clip as it’s 2:50 in total:
Mark your calendar: Friday, July 24th, 2015. Today is the day that you heard an American woman give a television interview stating that her cousin attempted to burn her house down because she would not (no longer?) bang her cousin. That her now husband and her cousin had fought each other recently because the cousin was still into her.