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    This Guy’s ‘Bad Motherfucker Wallet’ Saved Him From Getting A Police Ticket

    Bad Motherfucker Wallet

    Apparently this guy’s Bad Motherfucker wallet saved him from a traffic citation from unmarked Youngstown police officers. We’re pretty sure being honest and respectful helped out too.

    You may be scratching you’re head saying I’ve heard that somewhere else. Yes, that’s right, Pulp Fiction starring badass  as Jules.

    Bad Motherfucker Wallet

    Jules: “I want you to open that bag and find my wallet.”
    “Pumkin”: “Which one is it?”
    Jules: “It’s the one that says ‘bad motherfucker.'”

    [H/T Reddit]

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  • Videos

    Watch This Cop Shoot Old Man For Reaching For Cane During Routine Traffic Stop (Graphic Video)

    Watch This Cop Shoot Old Man For Reaching For Cane During Routine Traffic Stop (Graphic Video)

    Just a heads up. This is pretty graphic…

    70-year-old Bobby Canipe was pulled over on Tuesday for having an expired registration. Canipe got out of his truck during the stop and reached in the back for his cane. After warning Canipe several times, sheriff’s Deputy Terrance Knox fires several rounds in his direction. One bullet struck Canipe in the abdomen and he is expected to survive. Knox has been placed on leave as authorities investigate the shooting.”

    #WTF

    via: Daily Mail

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  • Videos

    Hero Cop Won’t Take “I Refuse to Stop” for Answer (VIDEO)

    Hanging on to the windshield wipers of a moving car may not seem like the most reasonable thing to do, but apparently, some police officers take their jobs very, very seriously, performing acts that go well beyond their regular duties. 

    You can add this cop to our list of brave officers who would not take a no for an answer when he tried to pull over a taxi driver.

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  • Hints & Tips/ Top 10s

    The Top 10 Responses To Getting Pulled Over By The Cops

    Top 10 Responses to getting pulled over by the cops

    Have you ever been pulled over? It’s ok to admit it, most of us have. Most of the time, the officer will start by asking “Do you know why I pulled you over?” At this point, you are given a choice. You could:

    1.) Flirt:

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    2.) Say you weren’t doing anything wrong: This one is risky, because they probably pulled you over for something.

    3.) Play dumb: I’d say the majority of us who have been pulled over use this tactic. “Sorry officer, I was unaware,” hoping it will get us out of a ticket. SPOILER ALERT: It usually doesn’t work.

    Top 10 Responses to getting pulled over by the cops

     

    4.)  LIAR LIAR!  If we’ve learned anything from Jim Carrey, it’s that honesty is the best policy. Do this…

    5.)  “*!#%@&!” Curse. Cursing at anyone is a great way to let them know they have made you angry. Cursing at an officer is a great way to convince him to give you a ride down to the station in the back of his car.

    Top 10 Responses to getting pulled over by the cops

    6.)  Sarcasm“Man, you must have been driving fast to catch me!” This is a polite way of letting the officer know that he, too, was speeding, so if anything, you both should get tickets.

    Top 10 Responses to getting pulled over by the cops

    7.) “What do you mean, I can’t drive on the left? I do this all the time in England!” People from England are cultured and worldly. Really sell this one with an over-the-top accent.

    Top 10 Responses to getting pulled over by the cops

    8.) “How am I supposed to answer all these questions when I’m barely awake?” Turn it around on him with the ol’ answer-a-question-with-a-question bit.

    Top 10 Responses to getting pulled over by the cops

    9.) “You’ll have to speak up, I’m not turning this music down.” Music soothes the savage beast. Especially if he likes to rock out as much as you do.

    Top 10 Responses to getting pulled over by the cops

    10. (With mouth full) “You care to try this Beer? Careful, it’s sweet!” Sharing is caring, and if you offer the officer some of your drink he may decide to let you go.

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    Let us know how you get on with these!

    BONUS TIP: Do what this 10 year old did when he got pulled over…

    via: The Express Lane

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  • Humor/ News

    10-Year-Old Boy Steals Car & Tells Cops He’s A Dwarf! (LOL)

    10-Year-Old Boy Steals Car & Tells Cops He’s A Dwarf! (LOL)

    A 10-year-old Norwegian boy stole his parents’s car and told police that he was a midget who had forgotten his license when he was pulled over six miles later.

    Euro Weekly News reports that the boy, who lives in a town about 70 miles north of Oslo, put his 18-month-old sister in the car early in the morning when his parents were still sleeping and set off to visit his grandparents, who live almost 40 miles away.

    He drove a little less than seven miles before veering off the road into a snowy ditch, where he was found by a snowplow driver who called the police.

    “The parents woke up and discovered that the children were missing and that someone had taken off with their car. They were pretty upset, as you can imagine,” a spokesman for the Vest Oppland police district, according to Euro Weekly News.

    “The boy told the snowplow driver that he was a dwarf and that he had forgotten his driver’s license at home,” he added.

    The children were not injured and the car was not damaged.

    “We have talked to them, and I’m pretty sure they’re going to pay very close attention both to their children and to their car keys in the future,” the spokesperson concluded.

    No charges will be filed against the boy or his family.

    via: Elite Daily

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  • News

    Florida Police Officer Who Gave Fellow Cop Speeding Ticket Is Now Suing Over Police Harassment (VIDEO)

    Florida Police Officer Who Gave Fellow Cop Speeding Ticket Is Now Suing Over Police Harassment (VIDEO)

    Way back in 2011, we told you about the story of Faustio Lopez and Donna Jane Watts, two Florida police officers who made national headlines over concerns of police abuse of power. According to reports, Lopez, a Miami Police officer, was late for an off-duty job. While in full uniform, he ran his marked police cruiser up to 120 miles per hour on a city freeway trying to make it to work. Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Watts was one of the cars he blew past.

    Uncertain of who was in the speeding car, Watts spent seven minutes with her blues-and-twos running, trying to catch the speeding Lopez. Once she pulled him over, Watts confiscated Lopez’s gun and cuffed him. Lopez eventually lost his job.

    Watts’ driver’s license information had been accessed by 88 officers in 25 agencies over 200 times

    Shortly after the incident, Watts alleges that she started receiving threatening and prank phone calls (some were even to order pizza), along with other forms of harassment including police cars and unmarked vehicles idling outside her house. According to MSN News, a public records request with the Sunshine State’s Department of Motor Vehicles revealed that her driver’s license information had been accessed by 88 different officers in 25 different agencies over 200 times in just a three-month span.

    Watts is suing all 25 departments and the officers involved under the Driver Privacy Protect Act, which carries a $2,500 fine for each time information was illegally accessed. If every search comes back as improper, Watts is in line to receive $500,000, according to MSN. “Ultimately what it comes down to is a violation of privacy,” Mirta Desir, Watts’ lawyer, told MSN. “It wasn’t for any legitimate purpose on the part of the police officers and it was done by people in a position of trust.”

    Watts’ broad targeting of offending officers has some of the accused feeling uncomfortable, with a fellow FHP Trooper, Andrew Cobb, claiming he accessed the information “out of concern for a fellow trooper” and as “a matter of public safety,” according to his attorney. There’s also some question of the wording of the law that Watts’ is suing under, with the US Department of Justice now getting involved to clarify its position.

    There’s much more detail to this story than we’re able to go into here, but if you want the full rundown on the Watts’ case, check out Watts’ dash cam video of the incident below, then head over to MSN News.


    via: Autoblog

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  • Humor/ Videos

    These People’s Outrage At Getting Parking Tickets Was Quickly Changed To Joy Once They Opened The Tickets (VIDEO)

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    We live in an age where YouTube pranksters are turning into celebrities and while most of the pranks are funny as hell, Sam Pepper thought he might do something a little different.

    Of course we all love to hate the cops and traffic wardens who give out the parking tickets so when Petter dresses up as one, you know that people are going to have their back up.  Especially when they see he has given them a ticket.

    Watching how irate these people get is hilarious, but watching the change from anger to happiness is heart warming.

    Nice touch Mr Pepper. No doubt you will make up for this nice stunt by making your next stunt even more brutal.

    >> Must see Drive Thru Prank Has Fast Workers Hearing Things! (VIDEO)

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  • Videos

    Arizona Cops Shoot And Kill Unarmed Car Thief With His Hands In The Air (VIDEO)

    Caution: The video contains images that some viewers may find disturbing

    A bystander’s video of a stalemate between the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and a suspected car thief that took place in Arizona on January 14, and which resulted in the shooting death of 40-year old Manuel Longoria, is raising some serious questions about the police department’s account of the incident.

    Longoria had previously led the cops on an almost hour-long chase in Eloy, reportedly ramming into a patrol car before police popped the tires and immobilized the allegedly stolen Toyota Corolla that he was driving.

    According to police and eyewitness accounts, Longoria exited the car but refused to give up telling the cops that he had a gun and would not be “taken alive”. The police then fired several bean bag and Taser rounds at the tow-truck driver before one deputy fired his gun twice, killing him. There was no gun found in the car, or on Longoria.

    As reported by CBS5 News, the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office issued the following statement after the incident:

    “Officers and deputies attempted to use less lethal means to take him into custody including firing several bean bag rounds and Taser deployments. The suspect refused to obey the commands and suddenly reached back into the vehicle. A deputy felt the suspect was reaching for the gun he reportedly had, so he then fired two rounds.”

    However, a video shot by an eyewitness tells a different story as, while Longoria did indeed turn around and face the car, after the cops shot the bean bag rounds, he placed his hands above his head – and that’s when the cop shot him in the back.

     

     


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