A VW wave incident

Good evening, and welcome to the 6 o’clock news.

Our top story tonight – a shocking incident on the road involving a Volkswagen driver and a VW wave situation.

According to reports, a man driving a Volkswagen Campervan on route to Dubbed Out Festival gave the VW shaka wave to another Volkswagen driver, but the driver did not wave back. The man was so incensed by this lack of response that he reported the incident to the police. We have a statement from Officer Smith, who is leading the investigation into this non-wave situation. “We take this very seriously,” Officer Smith said. “The VW shaka wave is a sacred gesture of goodwill among Volkswagen drivers, and we will not tolerate anyone who violates this code of conduct.”

We also have an exclusive interview with the man who gave the VW shaka wave. “I couldn’t believe it,” he said. “I waved, and the other driver just stared straight ahead like I didn’t even exist. It was like a punch in the gut. I had no choice but to report it to the police.” The man went on to describe the importance of the VW shaka wave in the Volkswagen community. “It’s a way of saying, ‘Hey, we’re both driving cool cars, and we’re in this together.’ When someone doesn’t wave back, it’s like they’re saying, ‘I’m too good for you, peasant.’ It’s just not right.”

We reached out to the non-waving driver for comment, but they could not be reached for a statement. It remains to be seen what action the police will take in this case, but one thing is for sure – the VW shaka wave will never be the same again. We’ll continue to follow this developing story and bring you updates as they become available. Until then, keep those shakas waving, folks, and remember – a little nod of the hand can go a long way on the road.

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