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Canadian police have been known to post some pretty funny stuff on Twitter. Remember way back in 2013 when the York Regional Police politely asked if they could join in on a drug deal via Twitter? No wonder so many comedians come from Canada; we’re a hilarious bunch of people. This week, the Abbotsford Police Department in B.C. is taking the humorous approach to driving safety with it’s annual awareness campaign. One week every July, Public Information Officer Ian MacDonald posts the 20 funniest responses officers have received when ticketing people. In meme form.

He says most of the time, they take a pretty serious approach to road safety, but this campaign is designed to use humour to get people talking about it. So far so good! It’s a little unnerving though, to think that these people thought they were giving legitimate excuses. Now we know the Po-Po have to deal with some pretty ridiculous responses to being pulled over.

Like from this driver who could see some BFFL potential.

Or this one who just wanted a few weeks of leniency.

Or this one who probably has a perfectly good explanation.

Or this one who had a completely logical solution.

Or this one who is just trying to be a better driver.

How much do we love our hilarious Canadian police departments?