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Hilarious cop shows how funny it would be if officers talked like pilots
This guy is too funny. His impressions are spot-on.
Jessica Adler
10.08.21

If you’ve never found yourself in the cuff or somehow stuck in the back of a cop car, you should count yourself lucky.

No one wants to be arrested and have to take that awkward ride down to the police station. This is especially true if you’re under the watch of a cop who thinks he’s funny.

Although, in this case, the cop actually is funny.

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Classic comedies like Airplane! have showcased flights as the perfect comedy setting. Well today, Airplane! meets Police Academy.

This is the story of one cop that provides a rather unique experience for those unfortunate enough to ride in his back seats. (It’s of course just pretend though).

This guy is definitely not your average cop.

This particular cop happens to have a more… refined sense of humor than most.

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Meet Mike. Mike seems to be able to pull off walking the fine line between being a no-nonsense officer and being hilarious at the same time.

You see, in a video with over 3.4 million views, he hilariously makes announcements in his car like a commercial pilot. That’s right.

He uses his police technology to make announcements like a pilot.

Anyone with the “privilege” of riding with him might as well be flying coach straight to jail.

I mean, just look at this guy in the back. He’s obviously confused. And he looks like he wants to cry.

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I don’t think the guy in the back really likes what he’s hearing. But Mike doesn’t hold back and it’s epic.

“Thank you for choosing our jurisdiction for an arrest. We know you had your choice of city.”

To say he’s funny is an understatement, but then again it’s all in your perception.

It’s funny to people watching the video… but it probably wouldn’t be funny from the backseat!

To the cop, it’s just some pilot jokes on the job.

To someone that’s about to see some jail time, it’s not so humorous.

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Cop Mike puts on his best “pilot voice” yet again.

“This is your cop captain speaking. Hope you’re settling in okay and enjoying a reduced amount of legroom compared to your normal modes of travel.”

If that’s not cheeky, I don’t know what is!

It’s like Airplane! meets The Naked Gun. Leslie Nielsen would be proud.

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Things can get a little stuffy on the job.

So Mike tries to lighten things up.

But his audience – at least his live audience – sometimes don’t care for his act. That face says everything you need to know.

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Mike’s done it numerous times. He’s practically perfected the voice.

Every now and then he’ll throw in commercial pilot lingo like “frequent flier” when addressing people with multiple arrests.

He puts the mic back up to his face, ready to dish some more.

Really, he should consider taking up a career as a sports announcer.

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The face from the backseat says a lot.

That’s the face of someone that certainly does not want to be there. Mike maintains his pilot persona to the chagrin of his passengers. Is this considered cruel and unusual punishment?

Mike doesn’t mess around unless he’s on the mic. I imagine that hearing Mike’s smooth voice on the intercom might be a little offputting to someone who’s just been apprehended.

Mike doesn’t break character at all. I wonder if he’ll ever apply to flight school? Well, at least these lawbreakers get a little taste of some comedy before being put behind bars. That’s better than nothing… right?

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No matter how you look at it, you won’t want to miss Mike’s pilot impression.

See this hilarious cop invoke his inner pilot in the video below!

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By Jessica Adler
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Jessica Adler is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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