A man having dinner at a New Jersey restaurant with his family noticed someone poking around his parked car, so he turned on his phone's video camera and walked over to challenge the suspected criminal. The snoop quickly backed away from the car, and the car owner saw a police badge on a lanyard hanging from his neck. When the man asked the cop what the hell he was doing, the cop offered a few mumbled excuses that were as lame as the gargantuan man bun on his head. The cop also tried to get the man to walk over to his police car, but the man wisely kept his distance.
The video is being reviewed by the prosecutor's office in New Jersey.
From Huffington Post:
The Facebook page Mediatakeout shared the video, which has been viewed more than 1.7 million times.
When the man filming asks the officer, "What the fuck is you doing, yo … What is you in my van for," the officer shuts the van's rear door and walks away.
The officer, still walking away, tells the man filming to follow him, but the man refuses. The man asks the officer again, "What is you in my car for when I'm sitting down eating with my family?"
The officer tells the man that "we're getting a lot of complaints about guns," to which the man replies, "Listen, I don't care about none of that. What are you in my van for?"
When the man asks the officer how he accessed his trunk, the officer replies, "It's open. It's wide open."
"Still. Still," the man filming says in return. "You're not supposed to be in my van sir."