This story caught my eye recently, perhaps because of the rather broad hint it drops about the modern world catching up with everyone eventually.
Five Amish teens face alcohol-related charges after their 2001 Dodge Caravan was clocked at 110 miles per hour.
The teens were spotted Friday night while driving southbound on US 31 in Fulton County.
As the Indiana State Police troopers caught up with the van, the teens allegedly started throwing alcohol containers out of the vehicle.
An investigation found that the 17-year-old male driver was operating the vehicle on a learner's permit and had consumed alcohol.
Inside the vehicle, troopers spotted numerous alcohol containers, multiple cases of beer, and a jug of whiskey.
There were two female passengers, ages 16 and 17, in the van. There were also two 16 year-old boys in the van. Police believe all of the teens had consumed alcohol.
So it's not all buggies and sober living.