2008_10_heyofr.jpgThe Nassau County Highway Patrol saw a number of cars street-racing on the Long Island Expressway at speeds of over 100 mph, "weaving across several lanes of traffic," according to Newsday. The police chased the drivers, and when they pulled them over, one of the drivers--Anil Isaac of Queens-- had the vanity license plate "HEYOFFCR"! Isaac, along with brothers Ziad and Riad Mohamed and Rajesh Prashaud, were arrested and charged with reckless endangerment and reckless driving. They apparently claimed they had been drag racing on Route 231; their cars, a BMW, Nissan, and Infiniti were impounded.