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Personally, if I had been the cop, I would have gone for the truck. The lifted truck that was in front of the Mustang had far less control. The truck had a higher chance of skidding sideways and into the crowd. There is definitely a time and place for doing burnouts and that may not have been the place but the truck seemed like a more likely candidate for an arrest.
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Years ago at a car show, some jackwagon started to do a power stand in his parking spot and literally peppered the show truck behind him with rubber and little rocks. Ruined the paint job of the truck. Not to mention scared the **** out of the 4 year old who was laying down in the truck.
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Ya that is a questionable place to do a burnout for sure. To be arrested for it? Also questionable in my book. Those cops were brave to arrest the kid in that mosh pit of angry people; that could have gotten ugly.
I also dislike those headlights. To each their own I guess.
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That's exhibition of speed and acceleration, he shouldn't have gotten arrested for it, but he definitely deserved the ticket! and as far as the bystanders, he did put them in harms way so he might get reckless driving....and he should get a ticket for those headlights too, because they are ricey on that car
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They may have also been setting an example for the others by saying they wouldn't tolerate that **** with just a verbal warning. I'm sure there are several different laws broken by doing that little brake stand, plus you don't know if that guy did not have any previous probation/warrants with the law.
The cop wouldn't be an a-hole if people acted a little more mature. He decided to make an example out of the person. I see nothing wrong with that.
Years ago I got pulled over for speeding. I said to the cop "what about the other guy who was speeding too?" he said "I got you"
Making an example in this case was to pick on the guy in the stang..., isnt that what it looked like.? couldnt he of called in the swat and made EVERYONE an example since he wasnt the only 1 breaking the law!
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