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    Bad COP, No Donut




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  3. #2
    Illegal use of horn???? That's hilarious!

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  4. #3
    Another case of a cop with an ego...



  5. #4
    That Walnut Creek cop has manure for brains. I have no idea how he could interpret that dude as "coming up on him."
    hu·bris
    /(h)yo͞obrəs/

    noun

    1. A personality quality of extreme or foolish pride.
    2. Dangerous overconfidence, often combined with arrogance.



  6. #5
    I think it was the Cop who had an attitude...


  7. #6
    Jesse Bright, an attorney in Wilmington, NC, filmed this incident, in which he was stopped by Wilmington PD and New Hanover County Sheriff's Department officers. A WPD officer tells him "turn it off or I'm going to take you to jail" at the :30 second mark. A minute later, an unidentified NHC Sheriff's officer claims "they just recently passed it," referring to a law banning the filming of police officers.

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  8. #7
    ^^^ The first 3 minutes were entertaining, but the last 6 minutes were boring as hell. Once the cops realized the driver knew his rights and wasn't a threat they backed down.
    hu·bris
    /(h)yo͞obrəs/

    noun

    1. A personality quality of extreme or foolish pride.
    2. Dangerous overconfidence, often combined with arrogance.



  9. #8
    Mantua police chief arrested for driving under the influence in his patrol vehicle

    https://kutv.com/news/local/mantua-p...patrol-vehicle


  10. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by accadacca View Post
    Mantua police chief arrested for driving under the influence in his patrol vehicle

    https://kutv.com/news/local/mantua-p...patrol-vehicle

    Oopsie.

    Well at least he consented to all field sobriety tests.
    hu·bris
    /(h)yo͞obrəs/

    noun

    1. A personality quality of extreme or foolish pride.
    2. Dangerous overconfidence, often combined with arrogance.



  11. #10
    Oh, they're not ALL bad. Just be nice and don't stick a stinking camera in their face.

    Last April, I turned off I-70 onto 191 towards Moab. I had two bikes on the rack. Within two miles I flew by a cop parked on the side of the road...I look to see I was going 80 MPH. The speed limit on that road is 65.

    He chased me down and I said "As soon as I saw you, I knew you were gonna come get my ass". He laughed and asked why I was in a hurry.

    I told him I wasn't in a hurry at all but I'd just driven from Denver and EVERYBODY on the freeway was going this speed, including me...and also my truck (an F-150) is so damn smooth and quiet, it's like being in a limousine.

    I figured one hundred percent that he'd write a ticket...but he came back after running my info thru and let me go with a warning.
    So appealing, yet so repulsive at the same time.

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  13. #11
    Yep, just don't be a jerk. Most of them are cool. Also, try driving 65 on that road and watch how fast you get run over by everybody going 80.

  14. #12

    Bad COP, No Donut

    Oh boy...



  15. #13
    ^^^Only in Florida, LOL.
    hu·bris
    /(h)yo͞obrəs/

    noun

    1. A personality quality of extreme or foolish pride.
    2. Dangerous overconfidence, often combined with arrogance.



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