Friday, August 21, 2009

Which is why cops should stick to donut shops

Alternate title: An Officer and a Gentleman's Club.

Some stories seem just too dumb to be true. And this cop story would be one of them. (Btw, the double entendre* department worked overtime on this one.)

But I bet the deputy who was fired for allowing a scantily clad waitress from the Twin Peaks Restaurant ("Twice as much fun as other restaurants!") to pose with his great big gun (on his official vehicle) wishes he had just gone to the McDonald's drive-thru after that training session now.

What I want to know is how the waitress got a hold of the deputy's rifle. Did she ask him if she could handle his weapon or did he ask her to squeeze his big gun? And who thought it was a brilliant idea to take a picture of said scantily clad waitress posing with said rifle on said deputy's official vehicle?

Clearly, the officer deserved to be fired, for stupidity.

Btw, for those of you unfamiliar with the phrase double entendre, which is French, here's the definition, courtesy of the Urban Dictionary.


Dave S. said...

That, of course, reminds me of Wiggum's "It's a good thing you drifted by this brothel!" line from The Simpsons' tremendous parody of Cape Fear.

David Tanenhaus said...

At least they weren't at a town hall.

Anonymous said...

Geez-guys are idiots!

jjv said...

Lets see, cop is probably under 30, attractive blonde asks to pose on his car with the rifle. How many guys would say "no?" I don't think anyone should have been fired. A reprehmand would be fine.