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, , | Unfiltered | January 24, 2018

A woman calls the hotel asking for directions.

Caller “Yeah, I’m on (name of highway) and I can’t find your hotel.

Me looking at a map “Ok ma’am, you’re about 30 minutes from the hotel. Just stay on the freeway and …

Caller “Uh Oh, a police officer just turned on his lights behind me. What should I do?

Me “I would pull over ma’am.”

Caller “I don’t know. How do I know it’s a real cop?”

Me “Well, if he has blue and red lights flashing or any variation of that, it is very likely a cop. I would pull to the side of the road ma’am.”

Caller “I’m from out of town and I don’t know what the police in this area look like. This area doesn’t look very safe anyway. I’m going to keep driving. Will you stay on the phone with me?

Me “Yes I will ma’am but I advise you to pull over.”

About 10 or 15 minutes go by and the woman is still driving with the police car with sirens blaring  behind her and I finally convince her to pull over.

Police Officer in the background of her phone. “Shut your vehicle off and get out of the car with your hands up!”

Caller “I’m not getting out of the car. How do I know you’re a real cop.” To the officer

Officer “Shut off your vehicle and exit the vehicle now!”

She refuses, a struggle ensues and the caller is pleading with me to call the police to help her. They have a brief conversation and she asks the officer to talk to me on the phone. I explain to the cop that she wasn’t trying to evade but she was afraid to pull over and plead for him to not take her to jail. The cop agrees not to jail her and tells me he’s going to follow her to the hotel to make sure arrives safely.

She arrives at the hotel about 45 minutes later with the cop.

Caller/Customer “Are you the one I was speaking to on the phone?”

Me “Yes ma’am.”

Caller/Customer “I got a speeding ticket, thanks a lot.” She then storms off.

Officer with a look of bewilderment towards me “Jeez, I’m glad I don’t have your job.”