A 60-year-old man on a motorcycle in Xenia, Ohio didn't like the way an 18-year-old was driving a Pontiac Firebird. He felt the teen was driving erratically and so he decided to follow him home to "teach him a lesson." The teen noticed he was being followed and called home and told his parents to "have a gun waiting." When the two pulled up at the teen's house someone came out with a gun and pointed it at the man on the motorcycle. So the man on the motorcycle pulled out a gun and pointed back.
Both sides called 911 and when the police arrived the two men pointing the guns couldn't figure out which one of them was being yelled at by the officers. According to police, "With two guns and two people on the phone with dispatchers, things got a little confusing. This is a situation where things escalated very quickly, and we could have had a much worse result."
The incident remains under investigation but the teen has been arrested and charged with aggravated menacing.