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Revving a 5.0 In front Of Cops

If you were to be sitting in a parking lot, hanging out with your friends and taking ...

If you were to be sitting in a parking lot, hanging out with your friends and taking some pictures of your vehicles when all of a sudden, a police officer rolled up and started asking questions, it could definitely be a cause for concern. That situation probably had these young men wondering what exactly it was that they did and why they were about to get in trouble, or at least they thought. As it turns out, they were in for a situation in which the tables most certainly turned, giving these youngsters a surprise as the police on hand were really interested in something else other than slapping the handcuffs on these innocent car fans.

As it turns out, these kids weren’t doing anything wrong but, apparently, when somebody saw them throw a Subway bag in the trash, strangely enough, this person thought that this was a call for concern, in behavior that they saw to be a little bit suspicious. I’m not sure exactly how one draws that conclusion, but that was the shape of the matter. However, if the police get a call about suspicious activity, they have to show up so show up they did. However, after determining that nothing really dangerous was happening here, it turns out of the police were pretty interested in their cars, specifically a Ford Mustang.

Check out the video below as a police officer showed up on the scene and talked this Mustang owner into giving it a little bit of gas, showing off exactly what the car could sound like when the driver got up on the two-step and really unleashed that v8 growl. It’s not every day that you see a situation like this but it really goes to show you that if you act like a normal human being when the police approach you and you aren’t doing anything wrong, there’s a pretty good chance that nothing is going to happen to you.





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