I’ve always wanted to tackle a fleeing robber, and then after the police catch up and slap the cuffs on him, I just give them that subtle “no problem” nod like I do this all the time.
I mean, Zach Bryan did it recently after some guy swiped something a Best Buy and took off running, why can’t it happen to me?
But even better, imagine being in the drive-thru at Chick-fil-A when some perp comes whizzing by, right up next to your truck’s driver-side door…. BOOM. You swing that door open, he hits it like a brick wall, cops make the arrest, you’re a hero, and you get beautiful spicy chicken sandy to celebrate… tell me that isn’t the best day ever? And because the folks at Chick-fil-A are so nice (almost too nice), they comp the whole meal and even throw in a milkshake on the house.
Welp, out in Jacksonville, Texas, there’s a man living my dream.
Chick-fil-A security cam captured the whole thing on video, and the Jacksonville PD issued the following statement regarding the “hangry but helpful” citizen.
“Today, Jacksonville Police Officers attempted to stop a man in a stolen vehicle. The suspect ran through the Chick-Fil-A parking lot. A hungry customer, who was waiting patiently for his chicken sandwich, used his door to stop the suspect.
The suspect was quickly apprehended after the “HANGRY” (but helpful) citizen reminded the suspect as to why you should never run from the police.”
Long story short: Kenny Chesney asked to ride a police horse, the daughter of the deputy said OK, but then Kenny wouldn’t get off the horse, when cops tried to get Kenny off the horse, a scuffle with police broke out and that included both Tim McGraw and a member from his team.