Not every story has to do with public intoxication or public flashers. Thankfully. Some of them have to do with nursery rhymes that have come to life. We’d like to know exactly how a police officer managed to tie up a cow since they can’t exactly be cuffed.
Maybe cuffs would help, but it’s not like they can put them into the back seat of a police cruiser. Maybe a police truck? Since this happened out in the country, they probably have some special equipment to help wrangle livestock. Or, they used extra handcuffs. That’s probably it.
He Could Get Sick
It takes a little bit of time to figure out why this guy needed a police officer to speak to him, but you have to remember that even if it's raining, being totally nude out in public is still kinda illegal.
Well, yes, illegal. Some people might not mind getting to see it depending on the person riding the bike, but it's still illegal. Plus, if you find yourself riding around on a bike while fully naked in the rain, maybe you should go back inside and think about your life. There might be some things that you need to change.
Honestly, We Have No Idea
Really, we don't know. We can understand doing either of these things – making a fire out of newspapers to keep warm, or pulling down your trousers to answer the call of nature. But doing both at once, and in this sort of manner? We don't know why, and we don't want to know why. Ever.
This story also gives us a fun dose of physical comedy. Is there anything funnier than watching a man with his pants around his ankles fall down? We're going to say no.
I Can Hear Your Lies
Nothing beats a story that has a punchline. A cop pulling over a speeding lady is nothing special – though going seventy in a forty-five zone is going to raise plenty of eyebrows. But then they have the chance to run into each other again, and the cop gets the last laugh.
Plus, Ma'am, even if you were going fifteen over, that's still over the speed limit, and if you were in a forty-five zone, that's a full thirty-three percent higher than the posted limit. Remember this story whenever you hear about some mean cop from somebody who got a ticket. Of course, this is also a story without any evidence, so who knows.
Hands at Two and Ten
The life of a police officer in a dense, busy city is never easy. You have to deal with lots of drunk college students, for instance, but at least this story doesn't have anything illegal. Save for, we guess, driving dangerously.
There's a good chance that you've never been to Minneapolis, but let us tell you – the roads there are disastrous. One wrong move and you'll smash into a concrete barrier, another car, or some pedestrians. So taking your hands off the wheel to argue with your friends using sign language is a recipe for disaster, but at least it's unique.