Officers of the law have tons of terrifying experiences
Don’t mess with the sarge
My brother became a cop straight out of college, and he decided to pull over an entire biker-gang by himself. They all got off their bikes and started mouthing-off to him, then all of a sudden, they were being cooperative and saying “yes sir” and “no sir.”
After he sent them on their way, he went to get into his cruiser when he looked up at the bridge crossing over the highway he was on; there’s his sergeant standing on the bridge, smoking a Lucky Strike, holding a shotgun with the end resting on the railing aiming towards where he was.
He called my brother to meet him up there, where he proceeded to chew him out about making sure you call for backup before pulling a whole gang over. (scottiebass)
Big Bad Wolf
I worked in a small town in Ohio called Celleryville. My daughter was up one night clipping her nails and decides to draw back the curtains and look out the window. She, to her surprise, is staring face to face with what appears to be a werewolf. Keep in mind that the window was about four feet off of the ground.
I didn’t really believe her, but I saw the fear in her eyes and walked around the perimeter of my house with a pistol and flashlight. Whatever was there was gone. A week later me and my coworker busted a peeping tom who would dress up in a werewolf costume so that no one would identify him or believe witnesses. (PunMan42)
My neighbor growing up was the town cop. He told me that once on a back road at 2:00 a.m., he’d come across a middle aged man in an Oldsmobile just parked on the side of the road, lights off. When he approached the car, he noticed the man was naked from the waist down. When he asked the guy if he was okay, he replied with something along the lines of, “You ever seen Children of The Corn?” (juxta_posies)