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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Rent-a-cop-rudeness

Posted on Wed, Jun 22, 2016 at 4:00 AM

Hey you with your orange security t-shirt and red pick up truck. My son and I went to the parking lot of the Park on Saturday because he wanted to show me how well he could handle a car (like any young guy hyped about getting his license). I thought the grounds to this place was public and that it would be alright to let him strut his stuff in the empty parking lot for a few minutes. There was no one in the near vicinity, except way over at the other end. Nothing appeared to be happening in the venue. After a full 3 minutes of driving and a few donuts we were ready to leave. You came racing over to us and parked behind us. I guess you thought this would make it impossible for us to 'escape'. You then proceeded to shout at us, and tell me I was just a show off ???. Then you said it was private property. I tried to say that we did not know it was private property and that we were just leaving. You kept on railing and then called me an a**hole several times in front of my son. Well I can be an unprofessional moron with the best of them; so back at you. Oh, and, Happy belated or is it bregruding Father's Day to your father, a**hole. —Cranky_Dad

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