For reasons that only make sense to a teenage boy, a 16-year-old set his 18-year-old friend's armpit hair on fire while driving, resulting in the SUV crashing and five people injured.
The accident happened at around 5:30 a.m. Sunday in southeast Boise, The Associated Press reports. The Ada County Sheriff's office said that none of the passengers in the Ford Bronco were wearing seatbelts, and it appeared that the driver, Tristian Myers, was speeding. Two of the passengers, ages 15 and 16, were ejected from the vehicle, but none of the teenagers had life-threatening injuries.
Myers was cited by deputies for inattentive driving, and the 16-year-old fire-starter was cited with interfering with the driver's safety.
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