Officer Martin Folczyk with the Menomonie Police Department noticed a college student speeding and pulled him over on Nov. 30.
The student, Trevor Keeney, explained to Folczyk that he is late for a presentation in his outside sales class and he was headed to see if he could find a friend who can tie his necktie.
The dash cam video released by the police department on Tuesday showed how Folczyk responded to Keeney’s excuse for speeding: Before even asking Keeney for his driver’s license or proof of insurance, Folczyk asked for his necktie.
Folczyk then tied the necktie and handed it back to Keeney, helped him to adjust it and let him off with a warning. Watch the video of the exchange below:
According to ABC News, Keeney said that the Menomonie police chief invited him into the police station for a lesson on how to tie neckties, and they met for about 30 minutes.
Keeney also said that he got a 92 out of 100 on his presentation.
The good men and women of this police department really uphold their promise to protect and serve — Keeney was served with an important life lesson, and he was protected from his own solution to the problem, which was to drive at an unsafe speed to make it to his class on time.
Can’t ask for much more than that.
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