When two State Troopers based in Knutson, Arizona, USA, went out on patrol in their unmarked Ford Mustang, the last thing they probably expected to happen, was to get pulled over by another ‘Cop’.
However, that is exactly what happened as they were going about their business.
An unmarked Dodge Charger positioned itself behind the duo as they were driving down the freeway and turned on its full array of red and blue lights.
The two State Troopers could see in their rear view mirror that the person driving the Charger had a uniform on, but they knew straight away that the vehicle was not one of theirs.
The fake Cop then drove alongside the real Police and started to shout at them, demanding that they pull over immediately.
The State Troopers positioned themselves behind the Charger and instead indicated for him to pull over – which he then did.
In the video below, the local news channel speaks to the officers about the bizarre incident.
At least the Knutson Police now have a fully loaded Charger that they can now use for real police work…
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