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Man records himself walking into police station carrying an AK-47

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Man records himself walking into police station carrying an AK-47

Have you ever had one of those days that you just driving along minding your own business, probably singing to a song that’s been played over and over and over again then boom you got pulled over for no reason at all or for some stupid reason?

Yes! It happened to quite a lot of us! But if you know you haven’t done anything wrong, even though you’re probably P’d off the fact that they just wasted your time, you normally just get on with your life and probably moan about it on Facebook!

But not these two guys and obviously took it to another level of stupidity! Basically, they weren’t happy that they got pulled over because someone reported them as ‘dangerous-looking’ men with mask and body armour on! Clearly, you’d do the same and if you watch the video below you can clearly see that these two guys, well one of them looks very suspicious and who the hell carries so many cameras with them?

 

After being pulled over and moaning that ‘they haven’t broken any law’, the police officers just let them get on their way and even advised them to ‘file a complaint’ because they weren’t happy about being pulled over and one officer even said ‘have a good day sir!’ and the guy  behind the wheel just swore at them – rude!

Anyway, they took the police officer’s advise to ‘file a complaint’, so they have decided to visit the nearest police station with gun in hand. One man, identified as James Baker said on camera that ‘“We felt a little afraid for our lives when we were pulled over, so we wanted to prove a point.”

As you can see in the video below, clearly it didn’t go well for them, as they were met by numerous police officers at gunpoint as soon as they walked in the station.

 

The Detroit Free Press reported these charges as breaching the peace, failure to cooperate with police and masking his identity by obscuring his face in the station.

Both men posted a $1,500 bond and were released pending future court appearances.

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