Cop Pulls Over Five Consecutive Cars For Speeding

jzzsxmPublished: October 22, 2015624,337 views
Published: October 22, 2015

Here we have a case when karma eventually catches up to you, or at least a responsible traffic officer does. We have never seen a video like this one before, but we would sure like to have been able to witness this great, great moment in person. How fulfilling would that be?

These cars were all exceeding the speed limit, thus endangering all the traffic participants in their vicinity, but they were eventually pulled over by one officer. You read that right, one officer. He single-handedly gave tickets to all of the irresponsible drivers, and we are sure that next time they will stop and think for a second before speeding on the road.

The speeding tickets they received should be a bitter reminder to all of us that respecting the law is very important, and being reckless on the road is a very selfish act, mostly because you are never alone – the people driving near you should not be jeopardized in any way.

We're not sure how he did it, but good on him! Dash cam footage reveals five silver-colored cars driving at highly dangerous speeds, only pulled over by this single police officer, who we now consider a hero (without the cape, but still). How awesome is that?

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    Hancho73 · 48 weeks ago

    How do you know they were going 120 mph?

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    JeffreyHuntsman · 48 weeks ago

    They appear all to be the same kind of vehicle. Were they together in some kind of convoy?

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    ronald1216 · 3 weeks ago

    he lost the 6 in the black car all same cars he stopped

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    rcmodelr · 1 week ago

    Did nobody notice that dark (or black) vehicle pulling to the shoulder ahead of the marked squad car??? The single officer may have gotten all the credit, but that vehicle pulling over ahead of his car was an UNMARKED Law Enforcement vehicle that DID ASSIST. Who cares whether the unmarked was State Trooper, County Sheriff, City Cop, or what??? Point is the officer DID HAVE HELP!