Massachusetts State Police Apologize For Offensive Bumper Sticker On Cruiser
I am a huge prankster when it comes to photoshopping pictures to make things look as real as possible, but when it's real, and you're the Massachusetts State Police trying to accuse someone of photoshopping and you get caught, big problems.
According to Mad World, Police from the Massachusetts State Police are apologizing after accusing someone of photoshopping an offensive bumper sticker on one of their police cruisers.
Chris Kantos walked by the police cruiser and noticed the sticker which said, "Racial Profiling Saves Lives." So, he snapped a picture of the bumper of the cruiser and then tweeted it to the Massachusetts State Police and Gov. Deval Patrick.
Now, instead of apologizing for the sticker immediately, the Massachusetts State Police sent this tweet.
Another tweet posted later in the day.
After an closer look, the Massachusetts State Police finally admitted they were at fault. Oops!