Montreal Police Aren't So Bad After All

Allow me to explain.
Montreal Police Aren't So Bad After All

After watching this video one thing becomes clear.

Montreal Police aren't so bad. After all, they didn't arrest anyone for smoking weed on Mount-Royal yesterday. And believe me, I was there. Some people were just asking for it.

And sure, they may look silly with their army pants but at least they're nowhere nearly as silly looking as the Nova Scotia Police in this video.

The only thought in my mind when I was watching it was "thank god this wasn't done in Montreal."

I almost want to drive to Nova Scotia just to get caught speeding. And when the officer says: "You know why I pulled you over?" I can proudly answer: "I just saw your cops lights bling!"

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