A Canadian teenager may have paid a huge price for a chicken wing meal. And we mean huge.

According to WTVR, the 16-year-old was slapped with hefty fines this month after he was busted behind the wheel of a Camaro driving 105 MPH. When confronted by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the boy provided an unexpected excuse: He overindulged in hot wings and was in a rush to use the bathroom.

Authorities didn't care.

The teenager received a $966 fine for speeding as well as a $203 fine for driving without a supervising driver.

"Absolutely #noexcuses for that kind of speed," police wrote on Facebook. 


The Manitoba RCMP confirmed via Twitter that the teen could receive up to 12 demerit points for his speeding. Police could not confirm whether or not the boy's license would be suspended, but said it was "likely."