Showdown in the Dallas Heat: Man Detained by Dallas Cop Refuses to Lay on Burning Hot Asphalt.

I used to play a lot of Grand Theft Auto on XBOX, so I know what these rascals are going through.

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The video at the bottom of this article is presented to us without any context whatsoever, so we'll just break it down from what we see.

Hands Up!

What appears to be a black Ford Ranger is stopped at an intersection in Dallas, Texas.  As our camera person slowly drives by, we see a police officer with his weapon drawn barking out orders to the two individuals in the truck. The officer's car can be seen parked in front of the black truck, assumingly to block any attempts at an escape forward.

Get On The Ground!

The two fellows in the truck exit with their hands up, offering no resistance whatsoever.  The officer commands the driver to sit on the ground.  The driver gets out of the car, looks at the blazing hot asphalt beneath him, and makes a move to sit down.


Jury of Thier Peers

He stops short of touching the ground, seemingly asking the officer if he really has to sit on the pavement.  The cop yells at him again, and he shuffles his feet again, trying to figure out the best way to get down without getting third-degree burns, I'm guessing.

Seriously, I don't know what these guys did or did not do, I'm only breaking down what we can see in this video, but good lord, don't make them fry right there on that hot, Texas pavement.  They deserve a fair trial!

Check out the video for yourself below:


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