Kid Calls Out Cop For Illegal Parking

Submitted by: 12chars 3 years ago Weird

I wonder what would happen if I parked my motorcycle on the sidewalk to get a smoothie and a cop saw me?
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Male 820
If this were a just and fair world, that kid would get beaten behind a dumpster. Freaking douchbags get younger and younger. Maybe that cop just got done saving some life and just wanted a drink. He doesn`t know, he`s just a rude punk kid that will grow up to leach off the system and complain about all that he`s entitled to.
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Male 2,711
Allow me to add Naitsirhc88, BBJellyFish, and weeray to the list of successfully brain-washed (or is it brain-dead?)




"You DARE to question MY authority?"
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Male 2,711
The little piece of sh*t Shelworth should learn that police officers, with very few exceptions, must obey the same laws as the rest of us. Looks like little bast*d Shelworth has completed his police-state brainwashing!

Here`s a pro-tip you should have learned in the 60s/70s Shellie...
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Male 11,740
@weeray - Don`t be a tool. The boy was very polite and respectful. He asked legitimate questions and did nothing wrong. This is exactly how kids should be brought up by good parents. He`s questioning something he doesn`t understand. He saw the cop illegally parked and questioned it. The cop knew he was in the wrong, that`s why he was disrespectful to the boy. Any good cop would have given his badge number, and he if had done nothing wrong he would have no reason to act like that. I hope the boy turns the video in to the local media so the local police department will have to address this. It`s minor, but it still matters.
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Male 2,030
Respectful kid. I have no problem with his behavior.
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Male 7,123
weeray

What abuse? Kids should be brought up to question authority, in a rational and coherent manner, especially when authority figures come to regard themselves as above the rules the rest of us have to follow.

Or we are raising a subservient and deferential generation.
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Male 141
Okay the cop was in the wrong, but is this really how kids should be brought up? Confronting the people that protect members of the public and giving them abuse?
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Male 1,569

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Male 1,983
Worthless POS cop. THIS is why people HATE police, because of self-entitled bully BS like this.

"The LAW does NOT apply to ME."

F[U]CK THE POLICE
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Male 69
Randy4861
Male, 30-39, Midwest US

What a total load of crap! I don`t think it`s too much to ask that a cop obeys the very laws he`s paid to enforce. I hope this goes viral and the self entitled, chubby bastard gets fired.
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Male 453
Citizen`s arrayest! Citizen`s arrayest! You go Gomer!
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Male 88
should have gotten the plate number on the bike if he was refusing to give is badge number
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Male 2,367
Fat f--- got called out. Good for you kid.
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Male 535
"For all he knows he could be a good cop"

No such thing. "To Protect & To Serve" means only themselves...
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Male 914
"This child had unfortunately been schooled to challenge authority on every level. This is the true problem in modern American society."

What do you mean "unfortunately"?

"We are teaching the younger generation to disrespect authority."

Uhh, no we aren`t! That`s the problem!
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Male 5,013
djwajda people have contacted me and asked me to stay. Anyway i am still here,deal with it or...wathever.
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Male 42
BBJellyfish- You think the cop would have let you go on your way if you parked your motorcycle on the sidewalk? Most likely no. The police are not above the law and this kid very politely reminded the cop of that. The officer was doubly out of line for not giving his badge number when asked.
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Male 883
ha!

It wasn`t a wish it was just knowing you couldn`t make a threat like that and actually follow thru!
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Male 5,013
djwajda Sorry but your wishes can`t ever become true.
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Male 550
That kids being a dick. Let the guy go on his day. For all he knows he could be a good cop
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Male 883
Trivial? Not really. Kid was calm and polite about it.

While it`s true you should remain close to your vehicle there was absolutely no reason this officer needed to be parked on that sidewalk.

@piperfawn

wow, I called bullpoo on you leaving I-A-B and I see I was correct!!
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Male 363
No this is not trivial. There is a very valid point. Those who enforce the law, should also act as an example. Yes, there are instances where police will find it necessary to violate the letter of the law, however, they take advantage of their position because they feel they are above the law.
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Male 4,893

Some of you may see a kid with no respect for authority. I see a kid who very politely points out the cops hypocrisy.

My fathers generation had respect for police, and they deserved it. Now days, I do not believe that being a cop automatically deserves respect. There is simply too much arrogance, hypocrisy, and corruption.
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Male 36,410
Yes, police and other emergency workers are required to keep close to their ride all the time.

Yes, the kid was being polite and the cop was being rude.

Hey! Kid: Just film his license plate! Presto!

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Male 186
Yes, it was wrong of the officer to park on the sidewalk. As a former professional firefighter/paramedic, I admit that those operating emergency vehicles are in the habit of parking as close as possible to stores and other business areas. Yes, there is some fact to being closer in case of an emergency response, but this officer clearly was being lazy. However, he still had the reason of keeping his vehicle close. This is not corruption or abuse of power. This child had unfortunately been schooled to challenge authority on every level. This is the true problem in modern American society. We are teaching the younger generation to disrespect authority. The jobs of emergency responders is difficult enough. By harassing them, we are only envoking negativity. Yes, there are bad cops, but if they all have to deal with this, do we really have to wonder why some start to resent the public which they serve?
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Male 392
This is just trivial there is no reason to give cops a hard itme the cops unless they are unless they are trying to do the same to you.
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Male 25
Seriously Shelworth? He was polite, he just wanted to know why that cop, like many cops, believe they are above the rules they enforce. That guy was a joke and if anything he needed to learn some manners. Talking down to someone because they are a kid, or weaker etc., does not make you a man.

Good for you kid.
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Male 914
"This kid have a better and fairest view on what are his rights than most people here."

Other than the bad spelling, you`re right.
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Male 7,123
Shelworth

The kid was perfectly polite, nothing wrong with his manners.

And are you seriously suggesting that that cop parked on the sidewalk next to the smoothie shop so he was ready to spring into action? Or because he coudn`t be arsed to waddle any further?
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Male 440
The little piece of sh*t kid should learn some manners, police can park just about anywhere they want due to the fact they might have to take off in a hurry, might even have to rush off to rescue the same little bast*d taking the video.
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Male 1,216
Fat pig.
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Male 1,197
fat f*ck didn`t want to walk any farther than he had to
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Male 5,013
This kid have a better and fairest view on what are his rights than most people here.
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Male 2,096
Different laws for the law
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Male 5,620
Pwned
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Male 89
love how the cop is trying to intimidate a child.
Covering his own errors by masking it with other`s.
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Male 906
Link: Kid Calls Out Cop For Illegal Parking [Rate Link] - I wonder what would happen if I parked my motorcycle on the sidewalk to get a smoothie and a cop saw me?
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