A road rage incident cost a Texas man his life as he failed to remember common courtesy and decency towards women. It probably wasn’t the first time he was less than gentlemanly towards the fairer sex, but will certainly be the last time. The woman in this case was on her way to work with her lawfully possessed and carried handgun.
When a man began beating on her window, she pulled out her gun.
He apparently didn’t get the message, or didn’t think she would follow through on using her safety rescue tool.
In any event, she shot him dead.
HCSO: Man shot to death at gas station after apparent road rage incident
HOUSTON (KTRK) — Homicide detectives converged on a northwest Harris County gas station We’re told a man was confirmed dead after being shot in a Shell gas station parking lot on F.M. 1960 at Perry Road. It happened around 7:15am after an apparent road rage incident, officials said.
Family members say a 23-year-old woman driving a Toyota Camry was involved in a minor fender bender with a man in a pickup truck. We’re told they pulled into the gas station parking lot and the man got out of his pickup truck and started beating on her window, threatening her. That’s when officials say she pulled out her gun and shot the man.