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Cop Writes Unapologetic Letter to 18-Year-Old He Caught Going 100 Mph in a 65 Zone

By Mustafa Gatollari

There are fewer things more nerve-wracking than when you're just driving in your car, minding your own business, and then you see those red-and-blue lights flashing behind you.

The relief that you feel when you slow down and move to the side and that cop passes you, is palpable.

But when that cop slows down too and stays behind you and it becomes clear that you're being pulled over — it's a horrible, horrible feeling. You try and think of anything and everything you were doing wrong.

Were you speeding? Did you run a red light? Is your car's registration updated? Do you have your new insurance cards? Did you accidentally run over somebody and not notice? The craziest things pop into your head.