Fail: Deceiving the Police

Note to potential law-breakers--an essential component in the art of deception is believability.

For instance, giving a false name and identification information verbally to an officer and having he/she consider it, requires that you can spell the full name and provide a date of birth accurately when prompted multiple times.

Providing a reasonable fake ID to the same officer should include a photo and description (height, weight, sex, age, etc.) that, well, resembles you.

And when altering a temporary license tag, review a calendar or two so as not to become confused and do this:


If you do make this mistake, I guarantee that something about a tag displaying the date "March 41, 2011" will resonate as suspicious to even the most distracted police officer.

No duh eh?

Have a good weekend everyone.

14 comments:

A Daft Scots Lass said...

There is No excuse for Stupid

carma said...

my anniversary is on 4/52/11

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Stina Lindenblatt said...

LOL Hey, not every criminal can be smart. :D

Elena said...

LMAO!

Audrey Allure said...

Haha that is hilarious!

BobKat said...

LOL!!!

Of course most government issued ID these days includes either a barcode, a mag strip or a fancy scan array... and good luck to anyone that tries to claim, "Gee, it must have been erased when I accidentally put it next to my sub-woofer", or "oh, mine never came with one with one of those".

TGIF

Maxi said...

The police would definitely have to be asleep on the job not to spot this blooper.

Krista said...

Hahahaha... some people are so dumb they should be in jail just to *protect* them from themselves. LOL!

secret agent woman said...

Ha ha! That's pretty funny. They could have as easily changed that to 31 instead of 41.

*The Old Geezer said...

Doesn't every dump crook know there are 42 days in March??? Dah!!

Theresa Milstein said...

A few years ago, someone tried to run a police officer over in my neighborhood and then fled the scene in a stolen car. He (lucky for me) jumped out a moving car, which hit my parked car in front of my house, and ran on foot. He got his friend to say he was the one who did it, giving him more time to flee. What kind of friend would do that? He didn't fit the profile either fat instead of thin. The guy got caught anyway, and I'm sure the friend got in some trouble.

My Husband's Watching TV... said...

Ha! That's funny.

Momma Fargo said...

Wow. I r edumacated.

Bob G. said...

SLamdunk:
Yep...proof positive that we have people who WILL practice that "special kind of stupid"...

Stay safe.