A truck driver will not face charges for creating a sticky situation on an Oklahoma City highway. According to the "Oklahoman's" NewsOK.com, a tanker truck leaked maple syrup onto Interstate 44 early Wednesday morning. The driver pulled over once he noticed something spraying from the truck's rear. The highway's right lane was shut down while Oklahoma Department of Transportation workers cleaned up the syrup with sand and salt. Highway patrol decided not to charge the driver for failing to secure his load because the spill didn't cause any accidents.