[music playing] – We’re going to stop this car
and find out what’s going on. 30 mile an hour zone, had
the car at 53 on radar. One, two, three, four. – All righty. The reason I’m stopping you
is because you were speeding. You were doing 53
in 30 over there. Is there a reason for that? – No, I just– – You got a heavy foot? – Yeah. – OK, I understand that. – Uh-oh. Do me a favor– the gentlemen right
there in the red shirt, will you move to the
left just a little bit? The other left. [police radio chatter] Yeah, he’s got– he’s
got a beer back there. – I just had my– – You’ve been
drinking back there? Let me go ahead and
have that container. OK. Well, you still can’t
drive and drink. – I don’t drink. – Have you had anything
to drink tonight? – No.
– Are you sure? – I don’t even drink. – OK, what about the beer
that’s down in the corner? – No. – All right, well, that’s two. – Yeah, I got a beer. – You got– oh, do you
have a beer in there. Excellent.
OK. Let me have those beers too. Oh, let me see those two. – Everything you got there. – Is there any more open
alcohol containers inside here? All right.
– I save cans. – Let me see that one too.
– I got cans in the house. I save them. You can go to my house and
see in the back what I got. – My goodness. You guys are having
like a little party bus going on over here. Have you ever been charged
when alcohol offense before? – Oh, man, it’s probably been– yeah, public drinking uptown. – OK, what about you, sir? You’ve been charged
with it in the past? – Yes, sir. – How many times? A lot? You’ve got– – Only thing I had was an open
container uptown one time. – This the thing, you’re
allowing them to do it. You’re just as guilty. – I just counted them. There are like, six open
containers in there, and there’s only
four people in there. So that means the
other three have had two apiece inside your car. – I mean, come on, now. – I don’t know why. – So you sped– so you saw it was the police
behind you, so you sped up? – No. I didn’t know until he put
his lights on, you know? – What? I’m not worried about
that right at this moment. – OK. – Go ahead, have a– have a
seat, have a seat, have a s– – Tony, get back in the car. – Anthony, Anthony,
have a seat in the car. – OK. – Or you’re going to find
yourself in handcuffs. – OK. – The driver has been drinking. The other three there
that are in the vehicle, go ahead and write
everybody a citation for the open container of beer. That’s your ticket for
the open container, OK? – Oh, man. – Oh, man. – I mean, what would you
have rather have had? – The tickets. – Ticket or go to jail. – Ticket or handcuffs. – A ticket.