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Nobody exactly loves the police (don’t tell my best friend who is one). Obviously, everybody needs them and the services they provide, but more often than not, the thought of a police officer is associated with anger or unhappiness because of certain citations. That’s what makes this video, dug up by CarScoops so satisfying.
Instead of the civilian in the video getting pulled over, the random driver is the one who is able to get a cop car to pull to the side of the road. Why? Because the cop and his wife, who was driving in a different car in front of the police car, were both speeding, going about 15 mph faster than the 40-mph limit.
As expected, the officer, who doesn’t appear to be on duty, steps out of the squad car and enters the conversation with plenty of “seriously, dude?” attitude.
originally posted by: WeRpeons
a reply to: Kromlech
I have problems with people who are intentionally going after the police.
He could have easily reported this without confronting this officer