A younger behind the wheel of a red car was reportedly able to use his “cuteness” to his advantage on Tuesday in the get a fake ticket with a Massachusetts police officer.
(Cori-Devan Salerno, via AP)
A younger behind the wheel of a red car was reportedly able to use his “cuteness” to his advantage on Tuesday by getting a fake ticket with a Massachusetts police officer.
A-year-old Grayson Salerno was cruising in his toy Mercedes convertible car when a police officer in Malden did pull him over, according to The Associated Press.
Salerno’s mother, Cori, told WHDH they were in the area for a family get-together and ran to the officer, who she knew. Cori said her sister-in-law came up with the photo-op idea.
“It’s a little remote control car, so we drove him to the sidewalk and my husband said,” pretend to give him a card,'” she told the outlet. “He is so sweet. He just went along.”
Aunt @mariana_salerno bought Grayson a car, and @am_borges captured all of the action. ??❤️?
The officer pulled his cruiser behind the toddler, turned on his flashing blue light and pretended to write a ticket.
During the staged incident, the toddler was reportedly also sporting a t-shirt that said: “I have literally no idea what you’re saying.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.