- R​hesa Walston Facebook

T​here are several classes of car crashes. There's the rear-ender, the T-bone, and the head-on. When Rhesa Walston of North Carolina crashed, however, her broken windshield was the fault of none of these.

Soooo. . . .I hit a catfish on the way home

R​hesa Waltson

Instead, it was the fault of a flying Catfish, which a bird dropped on her car Wednesday, as he explained in her Facebook post (which has since amassed over 130,000 shares).

"​Soooo. . . .I hit a catfish on the way home from my mom's tonight. Thank you to Brandi Barrow and Stuart Barrow for coming to help me and finding the fish"

". . .because who really would believe me if I didn't have the fish. "

"****Explanation**** A bird dropped the fish onto my car."

T​hankfully, nobody was injured in the *definitely* not funny incident, although the whole ordeal will reportedly be costing Walston 250 dollars as a deduction, but she also said it was worth it, after the experience has led to a great story, and a slew of fun interviews on the news stations both in her area, and across the nation.

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