This account was sent into us by a Cop serving on the thin blue line somewhere in America:
“A couple of nights ago, I was on Patrol when I spotted a car that was being driven all over the road.
I stopped the vehicle that I thought at the time could be a drunk driver. It was around 3am so there weren’t many vehicles on the road – making this one stand out even more.
They were going 15 under the posted speed limit, in the fast lane and swerving around all over the place.
I hit my lights and at first they didn’t even notice the extremely bright LED lights only a few yards behind them. Something was 100% amiss…
I then hit the siren and they slammed on the brakes (all signs of DUI) and all of a sudden the two people in the car start making frantic movements like they are hiding things.
Maybe it was drugs? Maybe they were trying to hide a weapon before I got to the drivers door?
When people act like this, of course, I am going to be on my guard just in case they decide that they would rather engage in a fire-fight than potentially go to jail…
When I get out they are still frantically moving around and I pull my gun on them and command them to put their hands in the air (I work in a pretty dangerous city) as I approached the vehicle…
Turns out they were BOTH half naked pleasuring each other as they were driving along the freeway, and they were frantically trying to get their clothes back on when I stopped them. Must have been a real mood killer for them…
I still wrote them a ticket for careless driving since they were all over the road..
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