When you are driving there isn’t a more nerve racking moment then that exact moment you notice those red and blue lights flashing behind you and then hear the dreaded siren. You can literally feel your heart fall into your stomach as you slowly pull over to the side of the road as you lightly break and slow down to a complete stop.
Then you wait as the officer pulls up behind you, swings open the door and walks toward your drivers side window. Your roll the window down and in your most polite voice greet the officer. Most of the time they will immediately ask for your drivers license and car insurance. You awkwardly stumble through your wallet and glove compartment as you find the necessary documents.
Hopefully you find it without too much trouble hand the stuff over to the police officer and then they will usually ask you why do you think I pulled you over. Here is where you can either be straight forward or play dumb and let him tell you the reason. After you find out what you did wrong, you sit terrified in your chair as they run your license and insurance through the system.
After a few minutes, which feels more like an eternity the officer comes back, hopefully your drivers license and insurance aren’t expired, hands it back to you, and then the big finale and moment of truth comes. The cop will either let you off with a warning, you get a ticket for speeding or not using a blinker, or in the worst case scenario the officer asks you to slowly step out of the vehicle…
In today’s story we feature a woman named Mrs. Walker who was pulled over by a police officer one morning. She was en-route to a job interview so her nerves were already firing on all cylinders. Now with the cop lights shining and siren blaring she slowly pulled over and was completely shaken to the core. She didn’t think she was speeding, drove through a red light or forgot to turn on her signal so she couldn’t imagine what she was being pulled over for.
Both Mrs. Walker and the police car pulled to the side of the road and came to a complete stop. Officer Jenkins opened up his door and began walking towards Mrs. Walker’s car. She decided to be prepared so her window was already down, she began reaching for her license, then her insurance as the officer got to her drivers side window. He popped his head in and told her, that the license and registration wouldn’t be necessary. She was even more confused now and she was actually becoming pretty nervous and scared.
He told her he pulled her over because her break lights weren’t working. She replied and told him she had just replaced the break lights and paid $600 dollars at the mechanic to make sure everything was working properly. He asked where she was headed and she replied that she was currently unemployed and on her way to a big job interview that could change her whole life. Officer Jenkins heart melted a bit as she went on, realizing that she had been scammed out of $600 dollars and now she might be late for her job interview and get the job she so desperately needed.
Then out of no where he asked her if she would pop the trunk so he could look inside to inspect it. She wasn’t really sure what to do because she had seen tv shows where this almost never ends with a happy ending for the driver. He told her to step out of the car and open the trunk with her key. She knew there was nothing in that trunk that was illegal so she popped the trunk for him having no clue what Officer Jenkins could be looking for.
As he walked towards her trunk she was standing about 10 feet behind him and she slowly grabbed her phone turned on the video camera and began to film without him knowing…
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