Tour de France Fan Who Caused Huge Crash Missing As Lawsuit Looms
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Race officials are still looking for the fan who caused a massive crash at the Tour de France with a sign greeting her grandparents on Saturday, they intend to file a lawsuit...
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Pierre-Yves Thouault, the tour’s deputy director, told AFP on Saturday that race organizers will sue the woman so "the tiny minority of people who do this don’t spoil the show for everyone." Ouest-France reported that day that the woman, whom the outlet speculated was likely German, fled the country by plane.
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"I saw the lady, I saw the sign but there was no time to react," Martin said (via Deutsche Welle). "I still can't understand how people can do things like that. We're here to race our bikes – it's not a circus."

The woman’s sign read, "Allez Opi-Omi." "Allez" is French for "go," whereas "opi" and "omi" are informal German terms for "grandpa" and "grandma."
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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9 Comments
Well it couldn't have been Kamala...because she's never been to Europe.
Reply3 months
I wonder if they would be searching for her to penalize her if she was kneeling or caused it holding a BLM sign
Reply3 months
What an awesome story that she is just in the wind and no one can find her
Reply3 months
I did it! I took the Lindbergh baby!
Reply3 months
I hope they do find her and press charges. Stupidity should have a penalty.
Reply3 months
For what? An accident? There is no evidence that she did it purposely. If anyone is to blame, it is the organizers for not securing the track correctly.
3 months
It's called personal responsibility. The organizers can't account for every possible scenario. She couldn't tell a hundred bikers were heading directly towards her? Come on now.
3 months
frick em, I hope they never find her
Reply3 months
It wasn't enough to frick up France in 1914 and 1940 now they are at it again. I guess the Yanks and the Brits will have to straighten this one out too.
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