to impersonate a police officer
By - LaBetsyQuerios
Peter's older more obnoxious brother...
Like Retep, but less psychotic
Well no egg shells for him
And he can forget about Christmas!
Different Peter, different episode, sorry friend
My name is retep, and I am *eville*
Ngee! Nenenene ngeee!
Just don’t let him know we replaced his “can’t believe it’s not butter” with real butter.
I knew I recognised that voice from somewhere...[eheheheheh](https://youtu.be/LJErPDFcd-I)
Didn't hear that until I read this.... nailed it. Makes the video that much better.
He talks like how a criminal would in a film noir movie
Reach fah the sky, flat foot! I'm gonna rub yah out, ya see?
"Hey, I'm gonna give ya to the count of ten, to get yer ugly, yella, no-good keister off my property, before I pump yer guts full of lead!
1, 2, 10!"
Keep the change, ya filthy animal.
Speaking of flat feet, that man looks like his arches have fallen straight through the asphalt.
And those external hip rotators are locked as hell!
Appears to be late to the old country buffet
Peter Griffin's from Rhode Island. This dude is clearly a Masshole.
But really that place on the truck is North Shore, north of Boston. I want to say Wakefield? So yeah.
Suspenders may be a good option for him
Yeah, if you have a belt on, but still need to hold your pants up while walking, it’s time to rethink your strategy there.
Hes trying to walk like a cop albeit shitty
Aye, got his hand on his imaginary gun belt.
Thanks because now I imagine this ending with
*and then he waddled away, waddle waddle*
The police report explicitly states that the accused of impersonating a peace officer waddled up to the car. Said impersonator was also very winded and needed at least a thirty minute rest before explaining to officers in a panting breath. “I found this badge and was enforcin’ da law, Im wifh yu guyz”
Edit: you can also imagine him walking away with a squeaky toy noise as well. That’s how I originally thought when he was walking up to be “threatening”
Where can I read this piece of literature?
I’m currently writing the screenplay. I’m not sure how much it’ll cost for the squeaky sound though. SpongeBob SquarePants sound licensing is expensive.
"Suspenders are for fat old people"
-This guy probably
Terry wears suspenders. Terry loves suspenders.
I dont know what kinda jail time you get for impersonating a police officer, but if he's lucky he'll get a suspenders sentence.
There's a YouTube channel of people getting busted for impersonating police officers. In the follow-ups they seem to always get their sentences reduced with a plea agreement enough to avoid jail time. And they're almost exclusively over weight older white dudes so judges seem to cut them a break.
I forget what the channel is called because I have to watch it logged out of YouTube because I don't want the algorithm thinking I want cop porn.
God how sad is it we have to fear watching a video because of a fucking algorithm?
YouTube is like "oh you watched a 3 year old play chess against a grand master one time? You must looooooove videos of kids and chess. Here's 10 Trillion recommendations!"
God forbid you click on one of those "Top 10 Fast Food Deals" or something by mistake. Shit is permanent you might as well make a new account at that point.
I wish companies would stop trying to "grab my attention" to make me stay on the website and just let me use their platform in a way I like and focus on giving me the best experience I can have. I'd come back a lot more then.
Random topic to discuss on this post, but all youtube would need to do to remedy this, is create some kind of past 100 videos watched list, and you can manually delete videos from it, and the algorithm generates recommended videos from there. So if you watch one video? Simply delete it from your history so it doesn't affect your searches.
Or simply yet create an incognito mode so you can look up random stuff then turn it off when you want to be normal.
Not drinking so much beer and eating junk food would be a better option
Someone could just film him him and walk backwards for a couple of miles. About 2 to 3 times a week. That would help.
This is hilarious. An exercise program for insecure idiots
Like a carrot on a stick lol
Take my humble silver award internet friend. This made me legit laugh out loud.
If the goal is to make those specific pants not fall off, drinking more beer and eating more junk food might work better.
Stop filming! (Walks closer to camera)
He’s stalking me! (Walks closer to camera)
This guys stalking me! (Follows camera for about 60 yards in a slow stalking manor)
*we’reee walkin here*
Chris? That better not be you
[Fuck you! I'm Walken, here](https://www.reddit.com/r/ExtraFabulousComics/comments/q4v1nl/a_perfect_world/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share)
I just want to acknowledge the contradiction
PLEASE get your face out of my camera, sir, please! I am asking, I am begging you nicely to please get your face out of my camera.
Reminds me of this video: https://vimeo.com/196937578
*But let’s discuss the contradiction ahaha
I’ve never seen this before and now it’s become one of my favorite things on the internet. Thank you
Oh that's like my mum who has forever told me to learn to wait to talk whilst always interrupting me and talking over me.
I genuinely had speech therapy for issues but this has pissed me off for a lifetime.
Camera: I’m ~~love~~ live streaming this
Guy: IF I FIND OUT YOUVE POSTED THIS TO FACEBOOK IM. COMING AFTER YOU
Camera: (didn’t I just tell him I’m ~~love~~ live streaming this‽) I am. I’m posting it to Facebook and YouTube
Edit: a typo
Authoritarians already hate streaming, but *love streaming* is really their kryptonite
I saw Love Stream open for Aerosmith back in the 80's
But let's discuss the contradiction!
You're breaking the camera!
Reminds me of that video of the blue puppet recording in the park (wonder shozen maybe?) and some homeless guy follows the camera man "begging" him to stop recording him.
But you’re the one who’s putting your face in front of the camera! Don’t you see the irony here?
*Let's discuss the contradiction.*
Well now I have to watch it again LOL
"You're breaking the camera"
I can’t find this on YouTube anymore, is it only on here?
My favorite is "we're at the park today to see what people are running from!"
Wonder Showzen is pure fucking gold
But you notice the contradiction.
What's up with overweight, white, bald, truck-driving, old guys who play the "type A personality" bully all the time? I have a few at work and they're annoying AF.
SERIOUSLY. We need to talk about how all the right-leaning “men” in America are starting to morph into one easily-identifiable stereotype.
I want the follow up of him getting arrested for impersonating an officer.
You gonna do the follow up post?
You mean like pulling out a badge and having a light kit in your vehicle? Sounds like a felony arrest offense to me.
Absolutely. I guess it would depend on if he's really a firefighter for how harsh the judge handles this, but if he's neither having a light kit and a badge? Good fucking luck buddy. Especially if that kit has red or green lights
> it would depend on if he's really a firefighter
I've only had limited contact with firefighters but I've never seen one this fat.
Was thinking maybe along the lines of an arson inspector as opposed to someone actively fighting the fires in normal operation, higher level than the base guys
Most of the volleys I've seen are this fat if it helps especially when you get up to chiefs and lieutenants
I think he meant blue
In some countries, it's red and blue. In others, it's red and green.
This seems like a terrible idea for red/green colorblind people.
"I'M NOT SURE IF IT'S AN EMERGENCY OR A DANCE PARTY FUUUUUUUUCK"
Tbf red blue colourblindness also exists so they are kinda fucked either way if colour is their only diagnostic tool, normally the word POLICE in big letters give it away, does not stop your comment being funny though
I doubt he'd be arrested. Usually impersonation requires more then just claiming to be an officer, they need to try to leverage the privilege. Like pulling people over, threatening arrest, or similar.
Hmm maybe somethin like flashing a fake badge and further saying you’re a police officer? Person taking the video also talks about the “light kit” on the guys car so I’m assuming he’s got blue and red flashers as well.
Probably green for a volunteer firefighter, though this guy is fucking old as shit and fat as fuck so I dunno.
He looks like he'd struggle to put out a cigarette.
I don't know, I think he could stop, drop, and roll over a refinery fire and put it out.
The grease from his fat rolls would make the fire worse
I don’t think small town volunteer fire departments are strict with the physical fitness for their volunteers. Coming from a small town of 7K, our old volunteer dept was “interesting “.
When you rely on volunteers to stop houses burning down, your standards drop considerably.
My house is on fire! Wait, how far can you run?
Can relate. Grew up in rural Long Island, NY. 2k year round residents. Our volunteer fire dept had no standards.
An apartment building burnt down next to me couple months ago and most of the firefighters looked like this guy. Also the water didn't work for most of the time and they just watched it burn down. It was... interesting.
Flashing a badge and trying to get someone to comply with command and questions? I mean short of committing another crime on top of the impersonation (e.g. trespassing) I don't see many stronger cases.
How about the threat he made at the end. Oh, I'm sorry... the Promise.
> Usually impersonation requires more then just claiming to be an officer,
Like a fake police badge that you show and then physically threatening a person for recording you in public? Did we watch the same video?
He also has cop lights. I wouldn't surprised if he's pulled people over before or uses those lights to move through traffic
You're not wrong. But of all the people; it would be nice to see this guy get a nice helping of consequences with a side of reality.
Instead of his normal dozen donuts with a side of deep fried bacon gravy.
That does sound kinda tasty
Yeah, I said posted that then said "that's sounds good and now I have create it." Hell, I already accidently created smoked cheddar bay biscuits this week and they were damn good.
Any act of impersonation of a police officer is a criminal offense. Especially flashing a badge and identifying yourself as a police officer to Joe Public who is recording you because of your sketchy (and likely also illegal) light kit on your vehicle.
Example: Kevin dresses up as a policeman for Halloween. All he does is attend the party and never tries to trick anyone into thinking he is a policeman. He cannot be convicted of impersonating an officer at this point. However, after a few drinks he thinks it would be funny to arrest someone for “jaywalking” across the street. By being dressed as and committing an act that is a typical police officer function, he can be charged with impersonating a peace officer.
Intimidation? Or in this case attempted intimidation.
Im pretty sure the fire company hes involved with wouldnt take too kindly to that kind of attitude AND flashing a firemans badge. I know the volunteer companies around me dont tolerate anything like that
He flashed a badge.
That guy is probably buddies with the local PD. He knows he won't get in trouble.
I doubt he’s buddies with them but I bet he thinks he is, they’d probably be like “come on Geoff, not again man”
Not now, Dwight
Nah. Cops HATE impersonators.
👆This. This old fat guy is the lightest of what impersonators do. While many are just idiots that got ahold of a badge, some are not just wanna be’s or security guards with delusions of grandeur. They have motivations that usually involve women.
“Call the police!”… said no police officer ever…
“I’ve already called them [cops].” Less than two minutes later “can someone call the cops?”
“Yeah I called them. They said you were a mental f**k.”
Those are some very rude police :( I'm doing my best
Large Assholes and Rotund Dicks
Large asshole role-playing?
Los Angeles Rolice Pepartment?
Q: Is that a threat?
A: No it's a promise
I bet he was so proud of that response too.
Stayed up all week watching tough guy clips on YouTube
"If I find you're posting it on Facebook--" "I am." "- I'm comin after ya.."
No it's a promise is the most canned tough guy answer I've been hearing since the 90s lol
"Is that a threat?"
"No it's a promise."
There is a 10 minute video on YouTube. He said he had lights and antennas on his vehicle. He called the cops on the guy. He got charged with 4 counts. "Impersonating a police officer. Assault and assault with battery. Possession of a firearm without a rfid card." His words. He had to stop filming because the guy pulled out his gun. Accountability for All is his channel. He's such a douche nozzle.
"Brick killed a guy with a Trident."
I saw that! Brick you might want to lay low for a while...
..cause you're probably wanted for murder.
You forgot to mention how he the YouTuber was also caught raping a 14 year old....
Let's just hope he gets jumped. I didn't hear them say anything about a 14 year old, but he sexually assaulted and tazed a woman (twice) who in the midst of a mental health crisis. Plus he goes around harassing innocent people just for YouTube views. I sincerely hope he gets what's coming to him.
I don't understand, the guy you're talking about is the Minnesota Guardian on YouTube, but the link to the full video is Accountability for All on YouTube. Those seem like 2 different accounts, not to mention the voices in the videos sound different. Are you just confusing 2 white dudes that film people on the street?
Link to full video: https://youtu.be/xj5HPtEllas
Seems kinda suspicious honestly. Guy with a channel called Accountability for All just happens to stumble upon a guy pretending to be a police officer? And he doesn't film the guy getting arrested? And he doesn't film the guy pulling out a gun? And he has a PayPal link for donations in the YouTube description?
If I were staging something like this to trick people into giving me views and donations, I wouldn't want my actor to *actually* pull out a gun in public either.
Yup. I found no evidence to his gun or arrest claims anywhere. At the end it is an audio recording of himself supposedly talking to a dispatcher, but there is nothing about the arrest or the gun.
6 seconds over 10 minutes to hit that sweet ad revenue
And 4 1/2 minutes of the guy flashing his badge. Over and over and over. What a piece of garbage
The 'auditor' community is full of attention seeking wackos. Although it seems like he found an even bigger wacko in this video.
They go out looking for trouble, and usually create it if they can't find any. All in the name of freedom (views and attention)
We had one of these guys show up to my work! I work for a State agency and this dude showed up one day with a camera strapped to his chest. He basically walked around our building, filmed everyone’s license plates while trying to say he saw us all run traffic lights and shit earlier and that he’d be reporting us (running of lights isn’t on film, conveniently.)
Eventually our security comes out to tell him to fuck off, he claims that he’s being oppressed, the cop that sits in our lot shows up, then the auditor guy gets all “I have a constitutional right yadayada I’m reporting you all.”
Video then cuts to him reporting the incident at the police station (where they clearly know him already) and getting told he’s got shit.
End of video. Dudes all up in the Youtube comments about how he has pending lawsuits against us, the security company, and the cop now. He doesn’t.
What he does have is a criminal history full of arrests for trespassing and harassment lol
Zero proof that these claims are true. Also, you don't need an RFID card to own a gun.
>Accountability for all is his channel.
Accountability for all is run by serial agitator Josh Abrams. He has quite the [criminal history](https://tbdailynews.com/josh-abrams-arrest-report-reveals-he-tried-to-rape-danielle-bognanno-at-motel-6-after-forcing-her-to-have-sex-with-man-they-met-at-strip-club/).
Please and thank you
He got that badge in a box of Frosties
mom.... imma be a cop today.
Ok honey be home before dinner
He never missed a dinner in his life
Hes even got that waddle
He's waddled through plenty of buffets
What LEO keeps their badge in their wallet? It really looked like his wallet.
Some agencies will issue their officers/deputies wallets that have a spot inside for a badge. Then again, this dudes "badge" look like it was a piece of paper that was smushed into the corner 😂.
My best friend's Dad was a detective in the local metro area and he had a small metal badge that went inside a custom leather bifold. When he was working plain clothes he'd come home with a big badge that was clipped to his belt and when he would open his wallet to pay for stuff you'd see his little badge on the inside. Cops are always "on" in our state meaning they can perform their duties anywhere whether they're in the right city or on the clock.
Not saying this dude was legit or anything like that, but from personal experience I have seen them. However my friends Dad would never deny someone the chance to verify who he is if he encountered them in an official capacity. He had his badge number and office number memorized and would rattle them off if one of our friend asked how we knew he was really a cop. 10 year olds are easily impressed by that kind of stuff 20 years ago.
Concealed weapons badges are a thing I shit you not. They look like real badges until you read them saying "concealed weapons permit". Every man who has one has done this at least once a week.
That badge is from the "Colgate Cavity Patrol"
"You're talking about teeth, right?"
"It's... It's teeth, right?"
You would think a police officer knows the penalty for impersonating an officer
Peter Griffen plays cops
[Hey, this guys a great big phoney.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNGZo5gn_tc)
The guy mentions bar lights installed on the truck. That in itself (iirc) is illegal, and for good reason. Imagine getting pulled over by yourself on a dark road, and someone like this steps up to your car. You *might* have a bad experience with a cop, but you will *almost definitely* have a bad experience with someone who wires in bar lights to pull others over and impersonate a police officer.
We recently had a horrific spree killer in Nova Scotia and the evil fuck actually had a fake RCMP vehicle. He pulled people over, walked up to the drivers, and murdered them on the side of the road. Reasons like that are why it's illegal to impersonate the police, not some attempt to protect the sanctity of the job.
In my state someone was pulling women over and sexually assaulting them. I haven’t heard if he was caught or not.
This is why if you get pulled over in a highly rural area especially at night, call 911 or police numbers if you know them and confirm it’s a real police officer
Unless they are blue, or red, they are legal in most US jurisdictions.
in my state it’s also illegal to have the “wig wag” headlights (alternating) on non emergency vehicles as well as blue or red, other states may have the same rules I don’t know.
I think you are correct, alternating headlights are also banned.
Here's from the description on the YT video:
>While walking down a public sidewalk I noticed a blue Jeep with an odd light kit attached to the front. The driver was flashing the red and blue lights attempting to pull over another motorist.
Many different types of industry use hidden and visible light bars. The color of the light corresponds to the business, and permits may or may not be required, depending on the jurisdiction.
Here in Georgia, blue, red, and yellow emergency lighting is regulated by the GSP. A sticker is assigned to each vehicle, and to be placed in the front window Blue is reserved for law enforcement; POV are not allowed.
Red is fire, med, and other. I have two trucks with legal red strobes and siren because I work with my county's EMA. I have the sticker, and it has to be renewed every year.
Police impersonation and the dangers that attend it are serious, and clearly to be addressed before someone gets hurt, but one shouldn't make blanket statements about the use of "bar lights" without knowing the facts.
If he’s actually a firefighter (based on the badge) then he’s likely allowed a lightbar on his personal vehicle. I’m guessing from the accent this takes place in New England where it’s very common for volunteer firefighters to have light bars on their personal vehicles so they can respond to calls.
Tons of people have light bars installed on their vehicles. If hou work on construction sites or have to do any kind of work along roadways you use them to signal other drivers to get their attention. They're just hazard lights. If you are a pilot vehicle for oversized loads you'll also need, by law, to have these hazard light bars.
So unless it's a blue and red light bar then he is fine.
Looks like his butthole may have puckered when he mentioned the felony.
“Oh really? (Lifts leg up like a nervous toddler)”
"oh yeah? When did that become a law?"
Had me fucking laughing. Sad laughing cause whole situation is awful, but still, laughing.
You know what really grinds my gears?
I wonder if that's the reason Anakin hates sand. It kpt damaging 3P0's gears.
deputy Pork n Beans over here
I cannot comprehend people who say "stop recording me" and then proceed to follow the camera around.
I love Massachusetts
I hope you turned this guy in
I've been seeing this vid for days with absolutely no follow up so I'll assume no one did jack shit.
He is a rather lardy fellow
How very poetic
This is like a cartoon character. I can't believe he is real
Masshole in full effect
He's coming after you. Very slowly, but he's coming.
That accent feels like nails on a chalkboard.
the cameraguy sounds like that one cartoony blue cat
Man appears to impersonate a duck
I love the Farmland logo perfectly around his dome as he’s getting schooled lmao.
Is that Peter Griffen?