Worst & Best Police Experience?

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    Jun 25, 2008 4:41 PM GMT
    What was your best experience with a policeman? What was the worst?

    I'll start with my worst: Being stopped on late one night on a country road and being tested about 15 different ways for DUI. They couldn't justify the stop by a long shot, but impounded my car for a late registration. Seemed unnecessarily severe.

    The best: The private ride the hot one gave me afterward to a dark & deserted bank parking lot. I needed the ATM machine for the cab ride home [wish I could wink icon_wink.gif after "ride", but can't. It wasn't until later that I realized what a perfect time that was to say, "Gee Officer, I'd do ANYTHING to get my car back! ANYTHING!"]
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    Jun 25, 2008 4:47 PM GMT
    Some twits down the road shot at my brother and I and the cop kept saying 'Uh huh'. ADK416 was the license plate. They found the car in town but the owner said it hadn't been moved it months, so of course we were in error.
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    Jun 25, 2008 5:07 PM GMT
    WORST:

    Right after we graduated from high school. We were at my bestfriend's house (his parents were the coolest, so we figured to hold the party there, LOL), almost the whole class was there celebrating our recent graduation.

    Take note, we were a bunch of 16 year olds (I was 15 actually, as I started school earlier). Some of the guys had brought drinks and some were already pretty wasted. The 'hardcore' guys (the drinkers hehe) were getting too rowdy so the girls suggested we move to a nearby lakeside. So we did, bringing a few beers with us. The guys who were too drunk stayed in the house playing cards.

    Anyway, we were only on the lakeside for like 30 minutes when suddenly a Tamaraw FX (A Toyota Utility vehicle named after a Philippine native buffalo) pulled up beside where we were and switched on the headlights. We were blinded LOL and then 2 guys carrying automatic rifles approached us from the vehicle and told us to get in. ROFL. It was like a scene from a movie.s Y'know... when cops come busting into a drug den? LOL They were that melodramatic. Shouting, waving the rifles, the blinding headlights... etc.

    Again, remember, we were a bunch of 16 year olds and not even really drunk... and by this time scared shitless.

    Funny thing was the Tamaraw wasn't big enough to accommodate us all, so two of my male classmates had to hang on in the back. ROFL They could've jumped anytime they wanted to and escaped.

    Also it's ironic that they arrested us while the real 'problem' guys of our class were safely at the house drinking the night away. LOL

    Anyway, all the girls were crying and stuff. We were deposited at the city precinct where we were told that we had apparently violated the city's curfew statute. Something they only put into practice like a month ago. No one knew about it, since most of us were not from the city.

    What sucked was how they treated us. Like we were hardened criminals. ROFL. Me and like 2 or 3 of my other male classmates actually got put inside a cell for like... 20 minutes (where we had a nice little talk with a drunk who was arrested earlier ROFL). Eventually the parents of one of the girls (a respected farmer and a doctor) came to the rescue and they released us on recognizance.

    It was one of the best experiences ever LOL. Coz I can at least say... I've been to prison! For about 20 minutes. ROFLMAO
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    Jun 25, 2008 6:39 PM GMT
    i've never really had a bad experience.

    Best... my last relationship with a State Trooper... he's now my best friend.
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    Jun 25, 2008 6:48 PM GMT
    Every experience with the police counts as a worst experience, because I've yet to meet a law enforcement person I didn't reflexively hate with every instinct.
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    Jun 25, 2008 6:50 PM GMT
    zdrew saidEvery experience with the police counts as a worst experience, because I've yet to meet a law enforcement person I didn't reflexively hate with every instinct.


    It's because we are Asian... and we can't drive icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
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    Jun 25, 2008 6:53 PM GMT
    ROFLMAO Rocco icon_lol.gif
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    Jun 25, 2008 6:54 PM GMT
    StrippehKitteh said[quote][cite]zdrew said[/cite]Every experience with the police counts as a worst experience, because I've yet to meet a law enforcement person I didn't reflexively hate with every instinct.


    It's because we are Asian... and we can't drive icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif[/quote]

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    Jun 25, 2008 7:03 PM GMT
    Best: A cop pulled me over late one night and stood with his crotch right in my car window. If I had had any sense, I would have recognized the situation for what it was. Instead, I blew it...or, didnt blow it as it turned out.

    Worse: Well, not really that bad, but I like to tell about it. Out of curiosity at a local cruise park, I walked off of the lighted footpath and directly thru the dark bushy area to the road beyond. Just as I was thru the dark area, the cops sprung a bust on the guys cruising in there. I dont know if I was damn lucky to have gotten thru or whether because I was just walking thru and not loitering/cruising the cops waited for me to exit and then sprung into action. I will never forget the image of one guy's horrified face illuminated by a cop's flashlight that I saw when I turned to look back at what the commotion was all about.
  • metalxracr

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    Jun 25, 2008 8:05 PM GMT
    Worst
    My senior year of high school, my boyfriend and I were cruising around town and we pulled over at a popular hang out spot, at a park and it was very dark. We started making out and then he started giving me head and as soon as he finished I started on him when a cop came up to the window and flashed his light and saw me in action. Very embarrassing! What makes it worse is that, his grandparents were my neighbors and most of his family was good friends with my fam, so he knew who I was. He just told us to go elsewhere.

    Best About a month later, I was out with some friends and someone agreed to buy me alcohol. We were hanging out up town just drinking and the same cop that busted me before with my bf came up and asked what we were up to. I guess he smelt the alcohol and shined the flash light in the back seat and saw all our beer! He said, "Pour that out and throw it away. you guys better be gone by the time I get back" We just went to drink else where! lol I got so lucky! It would have been an MIP and DUI.

    But that happened quite a lot though. I was living in Texas, and football is more important than anything else, and since I was friends with all the football players, we never got in trouble. It was a small town, things work a little different.
    We always got "busted" for drinking underage, but were just always told to go home.

    Oh yeah, another time I was in a hurry and I ran a stop sign and then proceeded to exceed the speed limit by about 10 mph. The cop pulled me over and he knew me, and just said, "You might want to slow down just a bit. And don't run stop signs." and then let me go!

    I had only gotten one ticket in my hometown, and it was from a new cop! I never liked him after that. Even the meanest cop there never gave me citations!
  • HndsmKansan

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    Jun 25, 2008 8:14 PM GMT
    Well the worst experience occurred when I had my driving permit. I decided I didn't need to stop at a flashing red blinker light at a major intersection at night. The cop came after me. It just shook the hell out of me.. and I was 14. Best: Well I have only had one traffic ticket ever. I guess that isn't too bad considering how I drive......
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    Jun 25, 2008 8:23 PM GMT
    Best Drunken CO stumbled onto a Light Rail train after an evening of overindulging ... awoke to find myself booting all over a Transit Officer's shoes. I should have been hauled in for a DIP, instead, he asked me where I was going, turns out I was on the wrong train, so he babysat me until I could transfer to the train home...and didn't complain about the barf on his shoes.
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    Jun 25, 2008 8:30 PM GMT
    1st Worst - I was in the Air Force and home on leave. I was walking down the street and a cop car pulled over and cut me off. The cop jumped out with gun pulled. He said to put my hands up and lean against the car. Before I could get against the car he slammed me into it and threw his handcuffs on me. He said you are under arrest for armed robbery. I was freaking out because I had no alibi. My mom was working and no one I knew was around. He took me to the gas station that had just been robbed. I fit the description to the T. Luckily the lady that was held up recognized it wasn't me. He didn't even apologize and I had to walk back to my mom's house which was quite far from where he picked me up.

    2nd Worst – It was about 7 years ago. I had organized a charter fishing trip and wanted to be there before everyone arrived. I wasn’t paying attention to my speed, until I saw the flashing red lights. Turns out I was going 90 in a 45. I had a rainbow sticker on the back of my truck bumper. As the cop got out of the car and began walking toward mine I saw him look at the rainbow sticker. I could read his lips as he said it, Fucking Faggot. I looked at my partner and said I am fucked.
    The cop was a real ass and didn’t give me any breaks. He gave me the maximum fine which required I go to driver safety training or loose my license.

    Unfortunately I don’t have any good ones.
  • ajlclimber

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    Jun 25, 2008 8:30 PM GMT
    WORST

    Driving home from a club with some of my friends and getting pulled over by not just any Highway Patrol Officer... no.. It had to be my Uncle. The one that I wasn't out to yet... that doesn't know when to shut up. He knew damn well I wasn't drunk, that it was my car, and that I was doing nothing wrong.. but he wanted to say hi.. and then saw my friends..(one was in drag for a show) and I got the riot act... not to mention hell for the next two years from his family.



    BEST

    Getting pulled over for speeding.. and swerving through traffic.. (I had clearance and am a good driver regardless.) Piker cop asks for the licence and registration.. starts looking at my license.. then at me. then at the license again.. complements my haircut and winks at me.. then walks away and drives off. going from hippy boy to crew cut works I guess. (I guess I should point out that the license picture has my hair down to my shoulders.. and when I was pulled over I had just gotten a crew cut.. not quite high and tight.. but still a lot off.)
  • CSPYNY

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    Jun 25, 2008 9:25 PM GMT

    Annoying:
    EVERY day coming back from work, I get tailgated by either a state trooper or county sheriff on a 3 mile stretch of road that is dead straight.

    Not only do they do this to me, they do it to every other car.

    Worst:
    I got pulled over for running 5 stoplights in a town. 2 of the lights were red and I stopped, three were green. He was about ready for a field day when he saw my passenger. Then it was just "Well make sure to watch the stop lights"

    I don't have too many experiences with officers. I don't have problems with officers.
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    Jun 25, 2008 9:37 PM GMT
    There are no "Best"
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    Jun 25, 2008 10:13 PM GMT
    Worst: Getting a ticket from a jerk in a different department because that department likes to write out of town officers.

    Best: Buddy of mine pulled me over. Goes "Oh, didn't recognize you. Get outta here."
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    Jun 25, 2008 10:40 PM GMT
    BEST
    I got thrown into a jail cell with two hot guys who'd been arrested for a bar fight. Their shirts had been ripped off during the fight and they were BUILT. So the cop guarding the tank starts taunting us, then drops his nightstick and the keys to the cell fall out of his pocket. One of the two thugs grabs the key, opens the cell, and the three of us get out of the cell and proceed to lock up the cop with his own handcuffs and then it was time for us to take our revenge on his hot, ripped body....

    No, wait, that was a movie I rented.
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    Jun 25, 2008 10:58 PM GMT
    GeorgeE saidhe slammed me into it and threw his handcuffs on me. He said you are under arrest for armed robbery. I was freaking out because I had no alibi. . . He took me to the gas station that had just been robbed. I fit the description to the T.


    That's a black tale, if ever I heard one. Are you sure you're not black? (L0L) You can be an honorary brother. On the serious side, I've never had good experiences with law enforcement. Sorry you had to endure that.
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    Jun 25, 2008 11:03 PM GMT
    I suppose it both my best and worst experience in one:

    I've been arrested by Las Vegas' 2 Hottest Cops twice and boy did they each take their time when they frisked meicon_twisted.gif
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    Jun 25, 2008 11:06 PM GMT
    Best cop experience? That is easy I have never had any experiences with a cop!
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    Jun 25, 2008 11:22 PM GMT
    Worst: border control at JFK
    Kept spitting sentences at me and ending them in "Sir"
    Why are you so nervous Sir!
    Would you open your bag Sir!
    Why are you in New York Sir!

    Asked personal questions he shouldn't have, Made cynical comments implying I couldn't afford to be visiting the US, demanded to know who paid for upper class tickets (no one else, told him 3 times), and imitated my accent, implying I was stupid when I replied to his question about why I was in NY with I was just visiting for a week seeing some friends and stuff. Flicked through my belongs pinching them with his fingers like they were infectious.

    Absolute shame since every cop that I met in the city that week was really nice and friendly. icon_rolleyes.gif

    Best: was a guy I met on the net that was a policeman quite hot and really interesting
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    Jun 26, 2008 12:16 AM GMT
    icon_eek.gif I never knew there were so many criminals on this site icon_eek.gificon_lol.gif


    I had an experience a bit like AMT87 at Piarco International Airport in Trinidad. It was when I first went to see my now partner.

    They were not rude in anyway, but they scared the shit out of me. They called me aside, because they said, I looked very nervous. All my bags were searched, I was frisked icon_wink.gif and then let go. After about 15 minutes waiting to board the plain, the boys showed up again, and asked me to come with them (those guys did not have uniforms, just plain clothes) I was taken to a small room. Once again they said "you look very nervous, why is that?" I said "because you searched me, and now you are searching me again" He said "you came through London and didn't they do that there?" I said "NO" Then he asked me to remove my shoes. I though to myself "I'm never leaving here" LOL

    Anyway, after sticking some sharp thing through my shoes and finding no drugs, I was let go.


    Also on two occasions when I was working late on building sites, the Gardi were called. The first time they were very nice and understood and it really pissed off the guy that called them. He really thought he had foiled a burglary.

    The second time was not so cool. There was a Garda, and a detective. The detective was an ass. Everything I said was a lie. If it were not for the Garda that was with him, I would have spent the night in a cell. The cuffs were out that night.

    I cant say I have had any good experiences, but I have a friend a Garda. Does that count as a good experience.

    Oh wait, I just though of one icon_smile.gif Many years ago Mayo was in the all Ireland final. A group of guys and myself went to Dublin for it. We had no place to stay, and the first night we were up there we got kicked out of a hotel and had to sleep in my car. The next day, the day of the final, we met our Garda friend, and he said we could stay at his place the next nigh. He gave us the address. It took us hours to find his place. In fact we had to ask the Gardai were it was icon_lol.gif Anyway it was late when we got there and he was in bed, but we woke him. We slept on his living room floor. Now, next morning I woke to an amazing sight, at least it was for me being gay. The house was full of guys in uniform icon_eek.gif some were shirtless icon_eek.gif What a sight, and most of them were hot icon_wink.gif

    Geeeeeeeeees, I cant believe I almost forgot that. Yeah, that was a hot police experience icon_wink.gif
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    Jun 26, 2008 2:47 AM GMT
    WORST:

    When they thought I robbed a 7-11 because I matched the description of a white guy (RACISTS!) They made me come out of my apt with my hands above my head and a MILLION guns pointed to my face. Turns out I didn't rob the 7-11 as the manager of the store pointed out 20 minutes later.

    BEST:

    I met a really hot rural cop with a thick southern accent in New Orleans at a party and came back to his place and took away his ass-virginity.
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    Jun 26, 2008 3:30 AM GMT
    WORST: When I was delivery driver years ago there was a string of thefts that apparently overlapped one of my routes. The detective sat me down in my boss's office and lied to me for about two hours telling me that he had me on video using stolen credit cards at several gas stations. He then told me that if I confessed I'd be less likely to do hard time, get raped and die of aids. I took a page from Bette Midler in "Ruthless People" told him he should be writing children's books. He stood up and started screaming at me about it not being a game. Long story short: Over the next two days I produced over a dozen receipts, invoices and witnesses in the form of my customers for the time period in question that proved I was nowhere near the places that got hit. The fat fuck piece of shit detective told me I was no longer a suspect, but never once thanked me for my cooperation and never apologized for making up stories about having me on video.

    BEST: An off duty Washington State Patrol dyke helped me out of what was left of my exes car. She then practically sat on me to keep me still because my head injury was telling me I should be walking across the freeway to see if I could see get a good view of Boeing Field and the Museum of Flight from there. She stayed to tell the firemen and EMT's that I had been trying to wander off so they taped me up nice and tight to a backboard so I couldn't get away. Oh, and one of the firemen was a real good sport and just laughed it off when I told him he had a hot ass.icon_lol.gif