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Viral: Rich Saudi Boy Meets NYC Cop – Cop Takes Him To Paintown

Rich and therefore better than you? Not today, douche-bag.

This Self-Important Saudi in his flashy car thought he could drive away (over the cop’s foot) without his ticket.

He couldn’t be more…

wrong

Most of us have seen that one guy with the flashy car completely ignore the rules of the road, and cut us off while doing something stupid and/or illegal. Many times more than once.

For once, that story has a happy ending.

The guy was dumb enough to run over the cop’s foot while he was writing the ticket.

He found himself being pulled out of his car. The cop took no pains to be ‘gentle’ about it, either.

Grab your popcorn and enjoy.

Looks like Richie Rich got the treatment he deserved after his behavior towards that police officer.

Score one for law enforcement.

And for Mr. sports car?

He could use a bit of help understanding how to not be a d-bag.

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