They’re going to need to put out an all-police bulletin for this guy.
Three-year-old Declan Tramley just had his first run in with the law. The Halifax
rebel resident was cruising on his mini-bike to the city’s boardwalk to check out one of his favourite things in the world: motorcycles. The kid loves to throw on a leather jacket and mingle with the bikers who hang out there. Except this time, he made one small mistake.
“He parked his bike just like the other motorcyclists would,” Halifax Regional Police constable Shawn Currie said. “He walked away, and we thought it would be funny if I walked over and pretended to write him a ticket.”
You can just imagine the little guy’s shock.
“The police officer went over and started pretending to write him a ticket,” the boy’s mother, Lisa Tramley, said. “Pictures were taken, and it kind of went from there.”
Naturally, the kid responded to the ticket the same way any driver would:
Remember, no motorcycle parking in the circle by the ferry terminal. This ruthless biker was caught yesterday ! pic.twitter.com/GgzU4j46vy
— Halifax_Police (@HfxRegPolice) July 5, 2015
“It’s nice to show the different sides of the police,” says Currie. “We’re not always the ones making arrests and hauling people away. We’re just normal like everybody else and we do like to have fun.”
And it definitely sounds like the little guy had fun.
“He loves his ticket,” says Tramley. “He tried to go to sleep with it, actually.”
Check out the video above.