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Comment count is 37
Mike Tyson?! - 2011-09-01
Being a cop rules.
Triggerbaby - 2011-09-01
Is it better than being a vouncer?

Triggerbaby - 2011-09-01
Oh fer fucksakes.

CJH - 2011-09-01
wow, this guy sounds genuinely bipolar. for those interested, the first 1:50 can be skipped, and until 4:00 he is actually a very cool cop, doesn't hassle the dude over his priors, actually gives him a break on the speeding ticket... then after the 4 minute mark he makes an amazing 180 from politeness to weary petulance to frenzied screaming, all in about 15 seconds.
White Trash Party - 2011-09-01
Every department has their own real life Officer Farva.
dairyqueenlatifah - 2011-09-01
It would have been better if you submitted this video.

dairyqueenlatifah - 2011-09-01
jreid - 2011-09-01
I like what you did to the place.

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-09-01
Wowwww this is insane. I genuinely wasn't expecting that. Guy flipped out worse than a ninja.
CornOnTheCabre - 2011-09-01
man. some people just plain suck.
Oscar Wildcat - 2011-09-01
Well that was unexpected. How this usually goes down is the cop sticks his nose into the vehicle, and says "I smell marijuana" ( last time this happened to me, my girlfriend pointed to the green air freshener christmas tree above his head and said, "do you not know what a car air freshener smells like?" ). Of course he did, but this gives him the legal right to search the car ( thanks Ronald Reagan ). The cop response to "no you need a warrant" is in my experience invariably "Well I can arrest you, and we can go down to the station, and I'll get the warrant, or you can let me search the car now".

Needless to say, of the several times this has happened to me, marijuana was never in the car or in anyones posession. I don't like having my constitutional rights trampled, but I like less being arrested, so I let them search until they give up and we all leave pissed off and angry. Once, driving with a friend, he was pretty steamed about the whole thing, and complained to the police department. He was harrassed for weeks afterwards by the police, showing up at his home at 6 in the morning to "take a statement", searching his house ( cause if you let them in the front door that is what they do next ), etc etc. Again, these were the Reagan/Bush years, so perhaps things are different now? Please explain.
Burnov - 2011-09-01
Eddie Murphy was right, white people sound hilarious when they're angry and swearing.

kwash - 2011-09-01
Wow, I am so glad that this man has the legal right to carry a gun.
spikestoyiu - 2011-09-01
Because he didn't use it? What does that even mean?

Oscar Wildcat - 2011-09-01
True that. I mean, I dearly wish every cop who ever pulled me over was like this guy. It's like the cop has entirely forgotten he is a cop and is acting like a regular human being. I wonder how much actual experience many of you commenting here have with the police.

HotwaxNinjaPanther - 2011-09-01
Did you just imply that acting like a human being with anger issues is better than professionalism in the workplace?

HotwaxNinjaPanther - 2011-09-01
Wait, nvm. My sarcasm detector is broken again.

Oscar Wildcat - 2011-09-01
No, your first impression is correct. If I was stopped for speeding, and was holding illegal drugs, and demanded the cop get a warrant; and he responded by yelling at me and letting me go? As opposed to ticketing me, arresting me, finding that joint or two, then charging me with posession requiring me to hire a lawyer, bail myself out, and fight the charge in court? And likely lose?

Yes, I'd much prefer the former. It's far more professional than how hick cops usually handle these situations. Again, I wonder how many of you people have actual experience with cops in small towns. Shakedowns like what I describe were as common as dirt when I was younger. I'm sorry, but getting a 10 second yelling at is somewhat preferable than spending the weekend in jail and getting strip searched.

kwash - 2011-09-02
Spikes - Because he's obviously not a man in control of his emotions.

If he lets himself get THIS out of hand over being denied a search on perfectly legal grounds, imagine how he'd be in an actual high-intensity situation.

Knuckles - 2011-09-02
Oscar is a great object lesson in how deeply most Americans have internalized the values of fascism.

kwash - 2011-09-02
True, he didn't break the law or abuse his authority in any way aside from verbal abuse, but can any of you say that this is a man in control of his emotions? With a cool head? Who can handle stress or difficult decisions?

kwash - 2011-09-02
And by the way Oscar, believe me when I say, I have LOTS of experience dealing with the police.

spikestoyiu - 2011-09-02
I don't know how fair it is to assume this guy has emotional issues based on one short (albeit hilarious) outburst. Or to assume that one outburst means he's more likely to unjustly shoot someone. That one's definitely a stretch.

I don't think this guy's in danger of murdering anyone any more than the people I see lose their shit in line at the grocery store or in restaurants or in their car, and chances are those people are also legally able to carry guns.

Either way, dude probably needs a vacation.

Adham Nu'man - 2011-09-02

Oscar Wildcat - 2011-09-02
@ Kwash. Do share a story or two with us. I'm not saying this guy is a diplomat, just that he's cutting the driver a huge break from what he has the (dubiously) legal right to do.


Comeuppance - 2011-09-01
...Did he just leave with his license?
Robin Kestrel - 2011-09-02
Yeah, that's what I was wondering, too. I think he stole that dude's driver's license.

tenten - 2011-09-02
Say car ramrod.
BOOSH - 2011-09-02
No time stamp, officer name or id number on the dashcam video and a suspiciously quick license check

I'm going to go out on a limb here and say this is probably fake
Oscar Wildcat - 2011-09-02
I agree. No real cop would do this. They do exactly as I described above. Entirely fake or at least dubbed.

THA SUGAH RAIN - 2011-09-02
Fake as fake gets.
cool water sandwich - 2011-09-02
It's a serious offence to have blues and twos on an unauthorised car, never mind impersonating an officer. I'm guessing the uploader is risking Federal charges for what? Something that we know happens anyway.

If it's fake, so be it, but the video could be cropped.

Wander - 2011-09-02
My question is, why did they fake a video to make a cop flip out, when in reality he probably would have done much worse and just searched the car anyway.

The answer is that I don't think they're very good at this.

Robin Kestrel - 2011-09-02
It could be that this is an "example"-type video about keeping your cool when pulled over, and someone mistook as genuine.

If it leads people to check out the info on the related website, I'd say that's a good thing. Everyone should be taught this shit in grade school.

THA SUGAH RAIN - 2011-09-02
The audio is fake you dipshits. This isn't youtube, I expect more from you people.

Frabo - 2011-09-02
Is the middle finger fake as well?

Konversekid - 2011-09-02
The officer was just Jones'in' for some dope.
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