Who’s Side Are You On? Man Argues With Cop After Catching Her On The Phone

A driver got into a heated argument with a pair of police officers in Australia after he caught the driver speaking on her mobile phone.

The cops apparently pulled the man over and checked if he had consumed alcohol after he had a verbal confrontation with the female officer over the matter at a stop light.

The woman blamed the man for trying to intimidate her while driving. “I didn’t intimidate you,” responded the driver. “All I asked you is why are you allowed to be on your phone”.

“Are you exempt to use your phone while driving?” asks the man. “I’ve already given you my answer” replies the female officer. The man then asks the male cop if that’s correct, to which he responds, “absolutely”.

As you’ll see for yourself, both cops tried to avoid the issue with the phone focusing on the man’s behavior. We’ll leave the commenting to you…

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