The police officer stopped a driver going too fast on Main Street.

“Officer, let me explain,” said the hurried motorist.

“Tell it to the judge,” was the officer’s reply.

The driver persisted in trying to explain and the officer held firm to
not allowing him to do so. Finally, the persistence got on the officer’s

“You’re going to jail to cool off,” the officer proclaimed while
handcuffing the driver.

After a couple of hours at the jail the officer decided to talk to his
swift prisoner.

“The judge should be here soon,” the officer informed speedy. “He’ll
be in a good mood because his daughter is getting married today.”

“I do not think he’s going to be in a good mood,” the prisoner

“How would you know?” asked the officer.

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The Officer and the Prisoner
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