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October 25, 2013


Chicken Decoy Helps Police Nail 31 Drivers In Lake Elsinore


(Thanks to Ryan Jentzsch)


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Never, ever go to Lake Elsinore much less walk across a pedestrian crosswalk there without security present.

There's a joke in there somewhere but, for the life of me....

pull-it-over surprise

Now we know the answer to the ageless question

Wonder how many drivers flipped the chicken the bird.

And now we know why the chicken crossed the road.

Entrapment, my client saw the chicken but thought he was a hallucination so of course my client didn't stop. Ladies and gentlemen of the jury let me submit this statistic for your consideration, if you see a giant chicken in the middle of the road it is 25 times more likely that someone spiked you coffee with mescaline than it is that a cop dressed up in a chicken costume and repeatedly walked back and forth through a crosswalk.

You'll notice they didn't use a squirrel costume.

I think Max makes a good point. Sort of delusional, but I think that's part of the point.

So the cops were playing chicken, literally?

The law says you have to stop for pedestrians in a crosswalk, not livestock.

People couldn't get an answer as to why he was crossing, so....

Chickens cross the road because have you ever tried to walk around one?

Short version, based on empirical observation:

The chicken crossed the road because it was easier than turning around.

What did the cop in that PD do to piss off the chief enough to get chicken suit duty?

You think that's a kodak moment?

I'd love to see this guy wearing that chicken suit walking around with a Marines flag like this one

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