Man attacks driver who would not stop singing Christmas songs in March

Man attacks driver who would not stop singing Christmas songs in March

- A 25-year-old man has been held behind bars at Allegheny County Jail for allegedly attacking a driver

- The man, Clayton Lucas, had reportedly strangled the driver because he was singing Christmas carols

- The driver had reportedly almost passed out till help came his way

Christmas is a season to be jolly and it is no surprise that many people hold on to the holiday season long after it has passed.

However, that almost proved to be the undoing of a minivan driver who was unfortunate enough to have a passenger who obviously dislikes Christmas songs.

On Monday 4, 2019, a minivan driver almost lost his life after he was allegedly choked by a passenger who was unhappy with him singing Christmas songs in March.

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Man attacks driver who would not stop singing Christmas songs in March

Clayton Lucas Photo: Allegheny County Jail
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According to CBS Pittsburgh, the driver told policemen that he was driving his minivan when his 25-year-old passenger, Clayton Lucas, reached out and strangled him.

According to the victim, Lucas strangled him because he wanted him to stop singing Christmas songs. The driver further explained that he was at the point of passing out because the sour passenger restricted the air and blood from around his neck.

Lucas has now been detained at Allegheny County Jail and faces multiple charges. Nawa o.

Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that controversial broadcaster, Daddy Freeze, is of the opinion that Christmas is a celebration for pagans.

According to the OAP who has made lots of enemies in religious leaders, the celebration of Christ has nothing to do with the birth of Christ. He went on to state that putting Christ in Christmas is like using bible verses for adult movies.

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