Refreshing moment highway patrol cops have a laugh with a group of young car enthusiasts as they mockingly inspect their vehicle and write up a fake ticket using a vape
- Highway patrol police officers seen joking around with swearing teens in carpark
- Cops seen revving their vehicle and using speedometer on kids in Sydney’s west
- Police laughed as teen used a vape as a pen and pretended to write up defaults
Highway patrol police officers have been seen joking around with swearing teens hanging out in a parking lot.
Tree cutter Tyler Greening was hanging out with friends at a top level carpark at Quaker’s Hill in Sydney’s north-west when the patrol car approached them last month.
The cops are seen revving their squad car, using a speedometer on a kid running past and laughing as a youngster pretended to write up car violations while using a vape as a pen.
A youngster pretended to write up car violations while using a vape as a pen as police officers laughed along
As one of highway patrol cars drove past the teens in the carpark the group made car siren sounds and one yelled, ‘do a burnout mate’ to which the police officers revved their engine.
Another video showed a young person running past a police officer who used a speedometer to check how fast he was.
In a clip captioned ‘only defects that got handed out that night, again shout out to the cops,’ one of the teenagers walked around the car and jokingly inspected it for defaults, miming notetaking with a vaping pen.
A video showed a youngster running past a police officer who used a speedometer to check how fast he was (pictured)
‘You’re missing rubber mate,’ he joked as onlookers laughter.
‘Another f**king defect. There’s a defect over there. Do you mind popping the bonnet mate. One, two, three, four. Unsecured gauges mate. Ah mate, are these standard?’
The officers laughed along as he imitated inspecting the patrol car’s tires.
‘Mate you been doing burnouts. You been doing f**king burnouts,’ the jokester said.
Some social media users applauded the officers for what they called ‘community policing.’
‘Good to see the boys in blue having a laugh we need more like it,’ one person wrote.
‘Tell me you’re Australian without telling me you’re Australian,’ said another.
News South Wales Police said Quakers Hill Highway Patrol officers attended the organised car meet to ‘build positive relations with local car enthusiasts.’
Highway patrol cars revved their engine at the teens after one shouted out, ‘do a burnout mate’