Everyone has heard of “road rage” but what about “ski rage?” Apparently it’s a thing in New Jersey but then again so is Snookie and GTL.
A doctor by the name of Samuel G. Caruthers has recently been released from custody after striking a twelve-year-old with his own hands and ski pole after losing his cool @MountainCreek ski resort in New Jersey reports NJ.com. The incident occurred on Sunday when the child in question tumbled into the anesthesiologist from Mountain Lakes, NJ and his son. After that Caruthers seems to have flown into a “ski rage” and according to NJ.com, he “punched the boy in the mouth and struck him with the end of a ski pole.”
Fun Fact: Mountain Creek Is the Closest Ski Area To NYC
After arriving on the scene, officers noticed the boy had suffered visible injuries from the confrontation. According to Caruther’s attorney, he had no intention of causing harm to the boy. Caruthers is charged with second-degree aggravated assault and third-degree endangering the welfare of a child.
Find the entire NJ.com article here: Doctor charged in ‘ski rage’ attack on 12-year-old, cops say