You’re never too young for a ticket! Three-year-old biker boy’s hilarious reaction when he’s ‘pulled over by cop’
Declan Tramley perfectly captured the way we all feel getting written up when he put his hand to his forehead in disappointment. He was ticketed by Constable Shawn Currie for illegally stopping his red plastic bike at a ferry terminal’s no-parking zone in Halifax, Canada. Declan’s father had told Currie his son loves the police and they hatched a plan together to give him the ticket for fun. The little rebel, who has a motorcycle jacket and chats up bikers, now loves his parking ticket and tries to bring it to bed.
Declan Tramley, 3, may not have his license yet – but he knew exactly how to react when he got written up for his first ‘ticket’ at a ferry terminal’s no-parking zone in Halifax, Canada
This 3-year-old rebel from Canada was just trying to take a ride on his ‘motorcycle’ when he got stuck with something every driver fears – the dreaded ‘parking ticket’.
Declan Tramley doesn’t have a license, but his reaction as he put his hand to his forehead in disappointment somehow perfectly captured the way we all feel when getting written up.
This ‘ruthless biker’, as he was dubbed by the Halifax Regional Police, was given the ‘citation’ by Constable Shawn Currie for illegally stopping his red plastic bike at a ferry terminal’s a no-parking zone.
Declan’s father had approached Currie earlier and told him the little boy loves police. That’s when they hatched the plan to give him a ticket as a joke, Sgt. Pierre Bourdages told ABC News.
The photo of Declan’s priceless reaction as Currie kneeled down to write him a ticket was shared by the department on their Facebook page, where it became an instant hit with more than 9,000 likes.
‘Remember, you cannot park your motorcycle in the circle by the ferry terminal,’ said the picture’s caption. ‘We caught this ruthless biker there yesterday.’
Currie said he was glad he got to show that even policemen like to have fun.
‘We’re not always making arrests and hauling people away,’ he told CTV News.
And Declan, who often goes out on the harbor in his motorcycle jacket and even chats up other bikers, now loves his first parking ticket.
And, according to mom Lisa, he’s even tried to bring it to bed.
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