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Hato_no_Kami

I love the officers casual stroll over, with merchandise still in hand, like "better f--kin not be"


LjSpike

"a robbery, where?" got me 😆


PANDAmonium515

Look how quickly he turns his head once he processes what he heard. He was ready to do some work.


RiskyClickardo

"U fockin wot m8?"


NioneAlmie

🤣🤣


franklincarterIII

You sure pal?


hugopereira10000

Casual ‘nope’ before running away is the best.


Jim_Nills_Mustache

With a huge smile on his face too


MorphiDragunny

I love how good natured everyone is in this. All having a giggle at the coincidence + silly embarrassed child moment. 10/10 wholesome


TheIKingSGC

It made me smile and laugh so hard too such a way to spread joy lmao :)


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HippieMcHipface

"I'm the use"


LynxBartle

r/contagiouslaughter


Pollen515

Best convenient cop post I seen


FBlack

That's such good timing, unforgettable for them all


Schmich

I didn't know you could find convenient cops at the convenience store, but when you think about it...that's simple logic!


OSRS_Socks

I worked at Walmart and I talked to a lot cops who were off duty or on duty. One time we had two people start a knife fight in the alcohol section and the cop was about to check out. All she wanted to do was pick up the cake for her coworkers work anniversary instead she had to break up a fight and arrest both individuals.


AvoSpark

jeez. I suppose a law enforcement officer is always kind of obligated to step in, when they’re off duty. Sort of like always being on call. Must be annoying.


Traditional-Ad3161

Bonus OT, at least?


shybutinteresting

You would think so, but it was actually ruled that a police officer has zero obligation in America to step in and intervene in a crime taking place. It is perfectly legal for a police officer to watch you get murdered, do nothing to help you, and then simply arrest the murderer. There is not only situational precedence for this but it was ruled to be law in America. When you see "To Protect And Serve" on police cars, it is propaganda.


sedras234

It's really sad that the police truly don't have a "Duty to Rescue", especially since there are legal ramifications for other non police in dangerous situations. For example: Parents have DTR their minor children. Truck drivers DTR their clients merchandise. Employers DTR their employees Homeowners DTR invitees on their property. (in Cali the homeowner also has DTR anyone TRESPASSING as well). Spouses DTR their spouses. And at least 10 states have a Good Samaritan Law that requires any witness to either call the police or make an attempt to keep them alive. Why would I be required to call the police when they aren't even required to do anything? Hell they could show up 3 days late and there wouldn't be any legal ramifications for the police. Yet the police wonder why the public has zero faith in them and in general hates them.


shybutinteresting

> Why would I be required to call the police when they aren't even required to do anything? In my industry, we call this *passing the buck*


Lisabeybi

If you called the police, you’d be getting someone on duty. Then it would be their DTR, yes? A better comparison would be if there’s a medical emergency on a plane and they ask over the intercom, “Is there a doctor on board?” is it legally a doctor’s responsibility to speak up if they have a practice that does nothing but in-office cosmetic procedures and they’re not comfortable with medical triage? Along those same lines, what if the cop is a desk cop who isn’t in the field and doesn’t handle situations like that on a daily basis?


shybutinteresting

This is a pretty strange way to look at it. Hear me out. If someone is a cop, then they went to police academy and have police training, including deescalation, CPR, first aid, and more - why *wouldn't they* have a duty to rescue, along with the training and, ergo, the *obligation* to help to the best of their abilities, *being a police officer* who's job it is to *enforce the law* and *serve and protect* in return for those tax payer dollars in their paycheque? They don't get to say "I'm not comfortable enforcing the law" - *too bad, you are law enforcement.* Yet the law consistently protects and rewards the police who do not do this.


Fight_kat102

Thats wholesome


AvoSpark

this has got to be the most wholesome post to ever exist in this sub


ludicrouspeed

This is a villain origin story.


awesomehuder

It’s still attempted robbery, straight to jail with him


otheraccountisabmw

Real robbery? Jail. Fake robbery? Also jail.


TGCOutcast

We have the best stores in the world... because of jail


YeetMcGeet1

If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime


_generic_user

Straight to Chinese labor camp


ExcessiveEscargot

-1000 social credits


wolfgang784

Woulda got shot in the US >.< Wouldn't be the first, second, third, or even fourth time that a cop intentionally shot a child.


shikki93

We get it. You hate cops.


Responsible-Ad6707

Most wholesome video ever posted here haha


seensham

Grandma gave no fucks whatsoever, just an instant clapback. Love it


KingMemeonidas

Glad to see the cop had a sense of humor about it


ljeutenantdan

Cute


Rampill

This isn't a convenient cop, this is a convenience cop.


Fine_Level_481

With it being China I’m surprised it’s a real cop and not a bao’an (security guard), usually with these videos people label a bao’an as a police officer. I like how he noped the fuck out of there.


Naive_Flan_6891

Wholesome moment for sure. <3


RiskyClickardo

Kid narrowly avoiding the timeline involving a life of crime. Good for him.


porschephiliac

r/mademesmile


deepfriedtots

Haha was expecting something cute from this sub lol


gaklimited

This is first time I'm seeing this type of an encounter here lol


SilvaAvis

this is too good lmaooo


15367288

Social ranking downgraded


SenpaiBriBri

He literally and figuratively noped out of there


hellcat858

That kid just received a -500 social credit score!


pijeo

This is wholesome


2340859764059860598

r/conveniencecop


forsakenonex

r/mademesmile


808special

That was wholesome! Sure different than the usual posts. Cheers


The_French_Prince

This gotta be the most wholesome thing I've ever seen


MountainSew

There should be more posts like these here.


Jim_Nills_Mustache

Adorable haha


Fit_Adagio_7668

Cop really had a "my time to shine" moments but when he sees the kid, he's like "you sure you wanna do it now?"


Zero99th

This reminds me of a story when I was about 6. I was in a hospital cafeteria with my Mom and Dad. My little brother was there having some tests done, it was a long day and we went in for some lunch. I had been given some applesauce and a little plastic spork, among other things, and for some reason, I thought it would be funny to take a spork full of applesauce and hold it in my hand like a little catapult. I was usually a quiet and polite kid but I think I had recently seen some show with a food fight and something similar done with a plastic spoon. I had no real idea this shit would fling across the cafeteria like that and don't even think I really had any intentions of releasing it but I did.. and it FLEW. Landing several tables away right between the shoulder blades of a California Highway Patrol officer. My parents were shocked and I just burst into tears convinced I was going to go to jail. My parents took me over immediately to apologize. Fortunately, the officer was good-natured and thought it was funny. My parents offered to pay for it to be dry-cleaned and I was grounded for a month. That was my first memory of ever being in, what I considered "real" trouble.


SanchoTheGreat1

Oof… lucky he’s not in the US. He’d be buried already!


Headoffish

He’s in China, he’s already buried in crunch hours


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si1versmith

Stop shooting eachother. Enough already.


holeeray

Considering how non-Americans are always bashing us for not having our own culture, why are you trying to take this from us? /s


franklin9500

Hate us cuz they ain't us.


Gilly0802

r/KidsAreFuckingStupid


auurevoir

I'm glad that didn't happen in the USA.


dolinputin

If this was America it would have ended quite differently


Princess_Vayda

u/savevideo this is cyoot, I would like moar of it bleaze


Jewbacca__420

Boy if that kid wasn't enjoying his hard earned day off from work... I'd make some cheesy joke about how he would be shot 16 times first in the US.


teja2393

r/MadeMeSmile


chrismacphee

What’s the magic word?


jetoler

“Kid gets shot 19 times pretending to rob a store”


TheCatNamedCookie

u/savevideo


ash_the_random_girl

u/savevideobot


justBarrels

u/savevideo


ThePupnasty

"Say that again, boy?"


icysmokes

Social credit-100000


midnighfox696

Kinda adorable but the kid needs a stern talking to, to understand why that's bad


Jokingbutserious

Messing around and having fun with grandma is bad?


midnighfox696

Going out and saying "this is a robbery" even as a joke with family, is still a bad thing. It's like shouting fire.


Jokingbutserious

It's definitely not. A small child saying im robbing you is clearly a joke. Shouting fire is much more ambiguous. Even if it was meant as a joke "fire" might still cause people to panic, regardless of the age of the person yelling. But I literally can't think of a single context in which a child telling his grandma "this is a robbery" while making finger guns at her, is taken as a legitimate threat.


Almalexian

Im beating a dead horse here but i genuinely feel that this could happen (in a rare instance, but still) with US cops involved


midnighfox696

Wasn't there a case where a kid got magdumped by a cop for holding a water gun?


Santoryuwu

Sir the kid on the video is not from America


Muchgain

Yes there was


midnighfox696

It won't be taken as a legitimate threat, until it is taken as legitimate threat and someone gets hurt. I'm not even talking about something like a shooting, just someone panics and accidentally bodyslams someone. I'm not saying that they have to beat the child or punish them, just explain that it's not okay to be saying stuff like that In a store.


weirdbird6000

You must be fun at parties🤔


Jokingbutserious

Bro who in their right mind would take that as a legitimate threat? It's a 5 year old.


Dwarf_Killer

The other commenter is the type to call the police on kids playing finger guns outside


midnighfox696

All the people who aren't in their right minds?


alexja21

Fucking kid needs to stop screwing around and start contributing to his 401k ^^^/s


PotatokingXII

He's studying for his doctoral in convenience store robberies.


midnighfox696

What are you even talking about?