Funny, the jail looks like a plantation…
Photo courtesy of T.R.
Something for the deep South.
I for one welcome our miniature overlords.
You have the right to remai… no, scratch that – you have no rights!
Well, at least you won’t be charged with battery.
Model police officers not supplied. The ones supplied used to work for Arpaio.
There’s no “deep state”.
North Korean Police car model.
This is not a toy for having fun with.
It’s a set of imperatives.
Is it OK if I sit here and scratch my ar$e, while I figure out what I can do with the damn thing?
Throw the old batteries in your water supply.
The Battery Police do not mess around.
@FB 0957. Why not ? More heavy metals, and background radiation, may speed up the evolution of Homo-sapiens.
It is very cheap.
It is a Kia Stingier.
(For the non Aussies. We are using Kia Stingers as pursuit cars)
To protect and serve you dinner, Ma’am.
– Maid in China
Wait, these aren’t handcuffs!
After reading the battery instructions, I needed arrest.
Toy purchased in a chain store?
0 – 60 in 25 to life
Where Engrish meets Truth.
The next big-budget Pixar animation.
Caption: Barricade still has fans.
Explanation: “To Punish and Enslave” comes from the Decepticon Barricade, as seen in the 2007 Transformers movie. He’s a police car, but one of the details he deliberately gets wrong in his appearance is replacing “To Protect and Serve” with “To Punish and Enslave.” This toy is clearly ripping off Transformers, just like all of those yellow and black “not actually Bumblebee” Camaro toys are.
And the windbag award goes to……….
The police charged me with battery…