Oscar Mayer Wienermobile Takes Bun Damage After Hitting Pole

The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile ran into a little trouble on slick, wintry roads on Sunday, and is now looking a bit squashed. The vehicle hit a pole in Pennsylvania and took some heavy damage to its front bun and windshield. According to ABC27, the accident happened at Pennsylvania Route 944 and Fairview Avenue in Enola, Pennsylvania. Although the Wienermobile looks to be in rough shape, no injuries were reported. It'll be awhile before this one is back on the road, spreading joy and the opportunity for phallus jokes, but it's not the only one so all is not lost. RELATED: Learn More About The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile The Wienermobile has been around since 1936 and was the brainchild of Carl Mayer who was Oscar's nephew. It was taken off the roads briefly during WWII due to gas rationing, but has otherwise been touring the country for nearly 80 years. The vehicle has been built around everything from a Dodge to a Jeep to a Chevrolet motorhome frame, although the signature exterior has remained consistent. The company uses the vehicle to promote its products, but has also spread some smiles by visiting hospitals and charitable organizations during its many years on the road. RELATED: Watch Video of the Weird as a Wienermobile DeLorean Hovercraft _____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide