Probably because he’s littering. Look at all that money he’s dropped on the ground.
Nah, one of the daggers broke his brake lights, that’s just unsafe.
I always hate that question, it’s like a talking down to the person. If you pull me over, just tell me why already, fuck!
I hate the question, too, because it is is a not very subtle combination of soft-interrogation that strips folks of their miranda rights.
The second that you respond “well, officer, I was only going two miles an hour over…” you’ve already incriminated yourself and you can’t really contest anything. And if you do something dumb and add “well, I know that my taillight has been shot out”, if the unobservant officer hasn’t noticed it you’ve opened yourself up to another fine/ticket/whatever.
So basically it is a crappy trick used to get dumb people to incriminate themselves and open up the officer’s options to other, perhaps inobvious lines of harassing a citizen.
All of these comments have been surprisingly educational.
Never let them ask you this question. When the cop gets to your window, roll it down a crack and say “Why did you pull me over, officer?” This puts you in control of the situation from the get go.
What control, since when is talking to a cop a power game?
Genius! Man, I can’t wait till a cop pulls me over!
haha, this is ridic.
The trunk of his car is open. That’s gotta be it.
He just needs to rotate his tires
Is he sitting backwards at the wheel? That’s his right arm leaning out the left window…
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