The Brockton Hub chapter of the dindu nuffin society was out in full force when some local chucklefuck posted a video of “police brutality” on an innocent door to door salesman.
Those poor kids from Louisiana were just trying to sell some Hebert candy bars so their band could go to Disney World. Next thing you know the racist ass cops are kicking the shit out of them for no reason. You’re allowed to resist arrest right? Criminals are supposed to get a fair chance to fight back, kind of like a ghetto duel. That’s my understanding of how law enforcement works. Poor guy was doing the hoodrat hokey pokey and they wouldn’t just let him live his best life.
Although my personal favorite was at the end when the junior mcmuffin came over and snatched up his cell phone when he thought no one was looking.
Get rid of the evidence son!
The flat brimmed mafia was out in full force defending his right to fight back against the cops.
True that Armando! I know when I get pulled over my natural reaction is to kick the cop in the balls. I mean, I try not to, but I just can’t help myself.
Roy here knows how to exercise his rights properly.
He don’t pay the cops no mind. He also looks like he doesn’t pay baby momma any child support either.
As it turns out the hokey pokey hoodbooger wasn’t from Louisiana, he was from Fall River.
He also wasn’t really a National Grid employee either:
A Fall River man who was going door-to-door supposedly trying to sell energy and posing as a National Grid employee was arrested when he struggled with officers, police said. Police received a call that three men who identified themselves as National Grid employees were knocking on doors on Farrington Street trying to sell energy Tuesday evening. Officers responded to the call about 5:47 p.m.
“An officer encountered the men who fit the description, but they initially refused to allow police to view the work ID’s they were carrying,” said police spokesman Darren Duarte. “These actions caused the investigator to become suspicious because the department has experience with people posing as energy workers to defraud residents.”
Police say one of the men, identified by police as Chevaun Walters, wouldn’t initially provide his identity to officers.
“Officers told the suspect that he would be arrested if he continued to refuse to identify himself,” Duarte said. “Walters didn’t comply and struggled with police as officers made the arrest.”
Homeboy didn’t know that Ring was a thing either, because he was caught on camera trying to open the door at one person’s house.
Lots of National Grid workers knock on your door wearing a black t-shirt and blue jeans. Wicked smart.
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