Cops troll teens who tried (and failed) to mock them
The police department's response to the teens has gone viral
By PoliceOne Staff
LAWRENCE, Kan. — A local police department trolled a teenager who tweeted a video of his friend posing in front of what he thought was a police car.
Blake Albert tweeted a video of his friend, Alex, posing and blowing smoke from a vape in front of a city vehicle Friday. He tagged the police department, thinking it was a patrol car.
But the police department was quick to point out that it was a water service vehicle.
“I'm sorry Blake, this is awkward, but that's not a police car,” the Lawrence Police Department tweeted. “You vaped in front of a water service vehicle. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯”
In an interview with NBC4i, Blake claims that he and Alex couldn’t find a police car so they went for the water service vehicle.
I'm sorry Blake, this is awkward, but that's not a police car. You vaped in front of a water service vehicle.— Lawrence Police (@LawrenceKS_PD) August 19, 2017