Carl Bryan probably thought things couldn’t possibly get worse one summer day in 2005: His car keys had been accidentally taken by a relative’s girlfriend, he was cited for speeding after driving across town to retrieve them, and then later got pulled over for not having his seat belt secured.

After all that, Bryan got tasered while having an emotional meltdown over the seat belt infraction, fell flat on his face and broke four teeth.

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