Chapter 565 An Audacious Woman
“Pierre! There’s a place here. Quick!” The woman waved at a Grand Cherokee some distance away, and the driver shamelessly maneuvered his car in that direction.
Perhaps the thought of having the middle-aged woman alone was not enough to snag that place. Another heavily adorned lady in her twenties went down with her child and stood in the parking space.
At that sight, Jennifer wound down her window and asked with a frown, “What are you guys doing? We came here first.” The older woman sneered. “Are you serious? This place doesn’t belong to you. There’s no such thing as coming first. You can go ahead and reverse if you want.”
“This is ridiculous. You’re so selfish!” Jennifer was exasperated. Although she had heard from the news about rude drivers hoarding parking lots like that woman, she had never once imagined she would actually run into someone like that.
The woman glanced at Jennifer haughtily and commented, “How dare a young person as you behave so arrogantly? I can’t believe you’re eating at Dream International’s restaurant when you’re only driving a Passat. You better leave before you embarrass yourself, young lady. My son is the brigadier at Xemrich Special Brigade. He’s not someone you can afford to offend.”
Donald was delighted when he heard that. Pollerton is indeed a place that houses many big shots, but a mere brigadier from Xemrich Special Brigade is in no place to behave so recklessly.
Donald stepped on the accelerator, and the Passat went backward instantly. The woman had thought that Donald would not dare to run into her deliberately, but she soon realized that Donald meant business when his car bumped into her, pushing her to the ground.
Seeing that the car was going to run over her, she screamed and crawled away from the vehicle desperately. “Are you okay, Mom? Pierre! Come quickly! Mom was hit!”
The young woman’s reflex was quick, for she had darted backward when Donald reversed his car. Seeing that her mother-in-law was hurt, she kicked and punched the Passat’s door, demanding Donald and Jennifer for an explanation.
Jennifer was nervous when she saw the woman’s reaction. “Darling, do you think we ran over her? You shouldn’t have done that. It’s just a parking space. There’s no need to get so worked up about it.”
“Oh, I think there’s a need. People like them behave so recklessly because of people like you. If everyone just gives in as you do, then the law-abiders will always be the ones getting taken advantage of in the end,” Donald replied calmly.
Jennifer did not know what else to say, for it was true that they were in the right. Still, how Donald had reacted was unacceptable to her. “Don’t worry. I’ll take care of this.”
Donald got out of the car, and so did the strapping man who drove the Grand Cherokee. The latter rushed over and asked, “Are you okay, Mom?”
“Pierre, he knocked into me on purpose. He wanted to kill me. Do something, Pierre!” Since Sally Jacobs had said so, Pierre Wright would surely hold Donald accountable.
He rose and extended an arm to grab Donald, but the latter waved his right hand and managed to push Pierre’s arm away. Pierre froze. Does he know martial arts?
“I think we should just talk this out instead of using our fists,” Donald advised calmly. “You ran into my mom. How do you think we should settle this?”
“I don’t think I’m responsible for this. She was the one who stood at the place I was parking at. I didn’t see her. That’s why I ran into her.”
“You didn’t see her? The woman in the passenger seat clearly talked to my mom. How could you say you didn’t see her?” “Oh? My wife’s the one who talked to her. It doesn’t mean I saw her. I’m a careful driver. I focus on the road when I drive.”