Donut discount demanded by man posing as cop

Charles Barry allegedly impersonated a sheriff's deputy while going through a Dunkin Donuts drive-thru, so he could get a discount on his donuts.
November 14, 2013 2:30:44 PM PST
You've probably heard of many reasons why people impersonate police officers, but we have a new one for you.

A Florida man allegedly impersonated a sheriff deputy while going through a Dunkin Donuts drive-thru, so he could get a discount on his donuts.

This is Charles Barry at the drive-thru last Wednesday.

He flashed a law enforcement badge while asking for a discount.

When he was told no, he showed his firearm and said, "See, i am a cop!"

He returned to the drive-thru the next day.

This time the manager was able to get his tag number.

Real police officers set up surveillance at the store and arrested him a few days later when he showed up a third time.


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