Crime

Officer Helps Student In Traffic Stop (Video)

| by John Freund

A Wisconsin police officer stopped a local student for speeding, but helped him with his wardrobe instead of ticketing him (video below).  

According to WBAY, Officer Martin Folczyk stopped a University of Wisconsin–Stout student for speeding. In the dash cam video, dated Nov. 30, the student tells Folczyk that he is late for giving a presentation in class and trying to find a friend who can tie his necktie for him. 

Folczyk first asks for his driver’s license and registration.  Upon receiving that information, he works to place a knot in the tie.  “Probably not the best knot but it’ll work,” he says.  The student wisely agrees.  

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Folczyk then ties the necktie for the student, and even helps him adjust it. It takes the officer a couple of tries to get it right.

Folczyk let the lucky student go with just a warning. No word yet on what grade the student received on his presentation, but at least he wasn’t penalized for being dressed inappropriately.

Sources: WBAY, Wisconsin Police Department via YouTube / Photo credit: WBAY

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