No one likes being pulled over. When those red and blue lights start flashing in your rearview mirror, you can’t help but hold your breath, double-check your speedometer, and slow down.
But not all encounters such as these are so unpleasant. Sometimes they turn into hilarious viral videos that soften our hearts toward those who serve in our local police departments.
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Take, for example, the hilarious, and heart-pounding, proposal videos we’ve seen involving friendly police officer pranks.
I still feel the best one by far was pulled off by Officer Brandon Williams and the Hampton Police Department. There’s no denying this prank proposal is adorable.
But not all close encounters of the officer kind involve a prank. Sometimes a traffic stop is the real deal. Even so it doesn’t always have to be a bad experience.
Comedians Brandy Adams and Jennifer Jermany proved this to be true when their viral video popped up on Love What Matters in 2017.
The video has received 46 million views to date! You may be wondering why a traffic stop would invite such attention.
It isn’t as much the traffic stop itself as it is the comedian behind it. When Jermany engages the “hot” cop in conversation, even the officer can’t help but crack a smile.
You can also hear Adams laughing in the background while she films. Watch as Jermany works her comedy magic and compliments the officer on more than one count.
“You were so respectful, and so nice,” she says. “You came over. You communicated what you needed, and then you were hot!”
This woman certainly has a way with flattery. It wasn’t reported whether or not she was able to talk her way of of the ticket.
I can’t imagine “Officer Dreamy” writing her anything but a warning after that. I’d definitely want her by my side if I ever got pulled over.
For those interested in live comedy, Jermany is scheduled to perform in Houston on Oct. 20. Details can be found on the event’s Facebook page.
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