By Matt Agorist | Free Thought Project
LOS ANGELES, CA — The guys from Nelk Filmz decided that it would be funny to act like coke dealers at the beach. Only the coke they were selling was the same coke you could get out of a vending machine.
The idea was that if someone said “yes” to the question of, “Hey do you wanna buy some coke?” they would pull out one of the cans they had stashed in the back of their SUV.
Apparently this got the attention of the LAPD, who quickly showed up to investigate their suspicious activity……so the pranksters played along.
The two bicycle units that responded to their suspicious activity began questioning the driver and then the rest of the passengers in the vehicle; all the while one of the guys in the back seat is acting incredibly nervous.
Finally he blurts out, “I can’t do this, I can’t do this…We have a bunch of coke in the back. I’m sorry.”
That’s when the cuffs come out and the police begin to arrest everyone. It’s also when the hidden cameras in this SUV capture one of the most epic cop pranks of all time.
Apparently officers were expecting to find the remnants of the last scene from Scarface. Instead they found dozens of cans of Coca-Cola.
At this point in the video, we thought that surely the officers would arrest them for some obscure charge like interfering with an investigation or obstruction. However, they were quite the good sports about the entire thing and let the guys go.
Had this been a different duo of police officers, one of these guys could have been placed in a choke hold and/or possibly killed for selling these loosey cokes.
However, it is good to see some humorous interchange between police and citizens after all of the recent animosity.
Perhaps if police weren’t looking to throw people in cages for the victimless crime of voluntarily exchanging arbitrary substances for money, this animosity would drastically diminish, along with the crime rate, criminal gangs, violence, and corruption.
After all it is prohibition that is solely responsible for giving criminal elements monopolies over the supply of drugs thereby leading to huge profit rings to be protected by these criminals; at any cost. The criminal gangs infiltrate police departments. They bribe and kill each other, law enforcement, and worse, children.
The Free Thought Project is in the process of organizing a world-wide resistance to the tyranny of prohibition. You can follow the movement on Facebook at our page, End the Drug War.
This article originally appeared on Free Thought Project.
Video Source: NelkFilmz/Flickr