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Someone’s Doing Burnouts in New Philly and It’s Pissing People Off

new philadelphia pa burnouts

new philadelphia pa burnouts

Police in New Philadelphia want to know who’s been laying rubber lately. People are calling in to police HQ and complaining.

In a post to Facebook early Saturday morning – like around 1:30 a.m. early – New Philadelphia PD took to its Facebook page to ask for the public’s help identifying the burnout bandit.

Burnout Bandit in New Philly

The post from New Philadelphia Police went live at 1:24 a.m. Saturday, to be exact.

“We have had several complaints about someone (laying rubber) doing burnouts at stop signs here in and around the borough,” police say.

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We enjoy how New Philly police use two phrases for doing a burnout. You’ve got laying rubber or doing burnouts. Other acceptable synonymous phrases include:

  • Peeling rubber
  • Peeling out
  • Burning rubber
  • Laying a patch

Trouble is, police don’t know who this serial burnout specialist is.

“We are currently asking of the community’s help. If you witness or have witnessed this act. Please report it. As always your reporting will remain anonymous. Thank you in advance and for your support to live in a safe community,” police in New Philadelphia say.

Contact New Philadelphia Police

You can reach out to the police in New Philadelphia by calling (570) 277-6079 or by emailing newphilapd@gmail.com.

Burnout Fails

If you don’t know who’s doing the burnouts or “laying rubber” in New Philly, that’s OK.

Here’s a video compilation of some burnout fails:

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