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  • Speeding drivers surprised with frozen turkeys

    Police officers at the York Police Department in South Carolina were gifted 20 frozen turkeys, so they decided to pass them along to speeding drivers instead of citations. The drivers were visibly shaken at first, but smiled and thanked Lt. Dale Edwards after he surrendered the frozen bird to the speeders.

Speeding drivers surprised with frozen turkeys

Police officers at the York Police Department in South Carolina were gifted 20 frozen turkeys, so they decided to pass them along to speeding drivers instead of citations. The drivers were visibly shaken at first, but smiled and thanked Lt. Dale Edwards after he surrendered the frozen bird to the speeders.
Credit: Tracy Kimball Herald Online