WESH sent a helicopter to cover coleslaw wrestling at Daytona's Bike Week


Local TV news helicopters are often used to show viewers things like police standoffs, traffic jams, or car chases. But in the case of WESH News in Orlando, they're also used for gathering important footage of coleslaw wrestling at Daytona's Bike Week.

I mean, why even have a helicopter if you're not going to document women rolling around in sun-baked mayonnaise and cabbage?

This is why they don't give alt-weeklies helicopters.

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